On 12/11 you will present a research paper to the class. In order to do this you should read a computational linguistics paper ublished in the last 5 years. Example venues include: ACL conferences: ACL, NAACL, EACL, EMNLP (Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing), CoNLL (Conference on Natural Language Learning), see http://aclweb.org/anthology/; other conferences: COLING, IJCNLP ("Asian ACL"); and journals: Computational Linguistics, Natural Language Engineering, ACM/IEEE Transactions on Audio Speech and Language Processing.
You will present the main ideas in class. This includes a 3 minute presentation followed by 2 minutes for questions from the class. You should also listen to your classmates' presentations and ask them thoughtful questions.
|Sarah||Mitra & Gilbert, " Analyzing Gossip in Workplace Email." SIGWEB 2012|
|Seth||Volkova et al, " Separating Facts from Fiction: Linguistic Models to Classify Suspicious and Trusted News Posts on Twitter." ACL 2017|
|Anthony||Jorgensen et al. "Learning a POS tagger for AAVE-like languages." NAACL-HLT 2016|
|Jeff||Pavlick et al. "Domain-Specific Paraphrase Extraction." IJCNLP 2015|
|Xiaomeng||Yatbaz et al. "Learning grammatical categories using paradigmatic representations: Substitute words for language acquisition." COLING 2016|
|Andres||Gorinskyi and Lapata. " Movie Script Summarization as Graph-based Scene Extraction." NAACL-HLT 2015|
|Ekaterina||Hahmann et al. "Twitter location (sometimes) matters: Exploring the relationship between georeferenced tweet content and nearby feature classes." J Spatial Info Sci 2014|
|Marcos||Cahill et al. "Detecting Missing Hyphens in Learner Text." WIUNBEA 2013.|
|Mengxuan||Yu et al. "Joint Embeddings of Chinese Words, Characters, and Fine-grained Subcharacter Components." EMNLP 2017|
|Lara||Barak et al. "Comparing Computational Cognitive Models of Generalization in a Language Acquisition Task" EMNLP 2016|