The 15th Semi-Annual GU-CS Graduate Research Presentation Day (Session II)

5. Jakob Prange, Nathan Schneider, Omri Abend. 2019, “Semantically Constrained Multilayer Annotation: The Case of Coreference”, Proceedings of theFirst International Workshop on Designing Meaning Representations (DMR), Florence, Italy. ACL. July 2019, (long workshop paper)

     6.   Jakob. Prange, Nathan Schneider, and Omri Abend, “Made for Each Other: Broad-coverage Semantic Structures Meet Preposition Supersenses”, 2019, accepted to appear at the Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning (CoNLL), ACL. (long paper) 

      7.      Sean MacAvaney, Hao-Ren Yao, Eugene Yang, Katina Russell, Nazli Goharian, and Ophir Frieder,  Hate speech detection: Challenges and solutions., PLoS ONE 2019;  


We have space for 1-2 more papers to be added to this session. If anyone has an accepted paper and likes to present please send.

Friday, September 13, 2019 at 1:30pm

STM 326

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Georgetown College, Computer Science


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