Students and PostDocs
Past students and postdocs:
Gemma Boleda, 2014/2015
Pengxiang Cheng, 2020: Learning Better Latent Representations from Semantic Knowledge.
Elisa Ferracane, 2020 (co-advised with Junyi Jessy Li): Subjective Discourse Analysis.
Su Wang, 2020 (co-advised with Greg Durrett): Exploring Distributional Semantics in Lexical Representations and Narrative Modeling.
Alex Rosenfeld, 2019: Computational models of lexical change.
Stephen Roller, 2017 (co-advised with Ray Mooney): Identifying Lexical Relationships and Entailments with Distributional Semantics.
Iz Beltagy, 2016. (co-advised with Ray Mooney): Natural Language Semantics Using Probabilistic Logic.
Nicholas Gaylord, 2013 (co-advised with Colin Bannard): The "resolution" of word meaning in context.
Taesun Moon, 2011: Word meaning in context as a paraphrase distribution: Evidence, Learning, and Inference.
Alexis Palmer, 2009 (co-advised with Jason Baldridge): Semi-automated annotation and active learning for language documentation.
Inge de Bleecker
Honors theses and undergraduate research assistants:
Oliver Culo, 2006. Thesis: "Methoden zur manuellen und automatischen Verknuepfung semantischer Verbklassifikationen"
Hajo Keffer, 2003. Thesis: "Automatic frame annotation for German"