Thursday, February 10, 2011

Reading for 3/3/11: Reichart and Rappoport, EMNLP 2010

Author:  Roi Reichart and Ari Rappoport
Venue:  EMNLP 2010
Leader:  Alan
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  1. My supplementary paper will be what I think is a review article version of a book they cite.

    Adele Goldberg 2003, "Constructions: a new theoretical approach to language." TRENDS in Cognitive Science.

    In general I highly recommend this journal, it has lots of nice cogsci overviews. Easier than trying to read CogSci conference proceeedings (too short/fragmentary) or Psych Review articles (too long/committed to a single elaborate theory).

  2. I'll read

    Jointly Combining Implicit Constraints Improves Temporal Ordering
    Nathanael Chambers and Dan Jurafsky

  3. I'll read:

    Modeling Consensus: Classifier Combination for Word Sense Disambiguation
    EMNLP 2002

  4. I am planning to read:

    A sequential model for multi-class classification
    Yair Even-Zohar, Dan Roth
    EMNLP 2001

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  6. For this week I will read

    Yang Ye, Victoria Li Fossum and Steven Abney. 2006.
    Latent Features in Automatic Tense Translation between Chinese and English.
    COLING/ACL '06


  7. I will read

    David Martinez, Eneko Agirre, Lluis Marquez. 2002.
    Syntactic Features for High Precision Word Sense Disambiguation.
    COLING ’02.


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