Taylor Cassidy co-ran the Tutorial entitled "Wikification and Beyond: The Challenges of Entity and Concept Grounding." with Dan Roth, Heng Ji, and Ming-Wei Chang at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL2014)
He also co-authored the following talks to be given at The 25th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING2014) in August.
"Analysis and Refinement of Temporal Relation Aggregation" Taylor Cassidy and Heng Ji. The 25th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING2014)
"The Wisdom of the Minority: Unsupervised Slot Filling Validation based on Multi-dimensional Truth-finding with Multi-layer Linguistic Indicators" Dian Yu, Hongzhao Huang, Taylor Cassidy, Heng Ji, Chi Wang, Shi Zhi, Jiawei Han, and Clare Voss.
The 25th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING2014) Read more
Syelle Graves presented a talk entitled "The language of medicine: Science, Practice, and Academia" at the University of Bergamo, in Bergamo, Italy, on June 19, 2014. Read more
Welcome Fall 2014 student cohort!
Aguiar, Christiana H.
Barry, Daniel A.
Ghaly, Hussein M.
Nove, Chaya R.
Storch, Leonard S.
Johnson, Rebecca L.
Salas Perez, Francisco
Congratulations to our 2013-2014 Graduates!
Congratulations to Taylor Cassidy on his journal article acceptance in TACL. His article is entitled "Dense Event Ordering with a Multi-Pass Architecture." Read more
Congratulations to Syelle Graves on receiving a $4,000 Advanced Research Collaborative Praxis Fellowship Award for fall 2014. Read more
Justin Richards presented a paper co-authored with Min Ma and Andrew Rosenberg entitled "Using Word-burst Analysis to Rescore Keyword Search Candidates in Low Resource Languages" at the International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing 2014, Florence, Italy.
Congratulations to Adam Faulkner who presented his paper entitled "Automated Classification of Stance in Student Essays: An Approach Using Stance Target Information and the Wikipedia Link-based Measure" at the 27th Annual Conference of the Florida Artificial Intelligence Society (FLAIRS 27), Special Track: Applied Natural Language Processing, May 21-23 Read more
Teresa O'Neill presented her talk entitled "Finiteness without Tense in English copular clauses." at the SUNY Stony Brook Brown Bag series. April 16, 2014. Read more
Congratulatons to Leo Schmitt, whose paper entitled "Technology as a Mediational Tool in an Online Class" has been accepted for publication in Attitudes toward technology in the classroom. Eds. Marina Dodigovic and Peter Davidson Read more