Her scientific papers have appeared in such journals as Computational Linguistics
, Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics
, and Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research and in conference proceedings of the Association for Computational Linguistics
(ACL) and Empirical Methods for Natural Language Processing (EMNLP).
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You are a member of a number of linguistic societies and have been (vice-) president of linguistic societies like the International Association for Computational Linguistics
and Societas Linguistica Europaea.
Li, "A seed-driven bottom-up machine learning framework for extracting relations of various complexity," in Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics
Proceedings of the Eighth Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational Applications, Atlanta: The Association for Computational Linguistics
She is an adjunct professor in Brandeis University's Computational Linguistics
master's program and executive director of the Speech Technology Consortium.
(CL) should be one of the world's hottest academic subjects.
MWEs have been studied for decades in Phraseology under the term "phraseological unit" , But in the early 1990s, MWEs started receiving increasing attention in corpus-based computational linguistics
A computer that has been designed to generate its own witty one-liners following a simple set of rules, has been presented at the Association for Computational Linguistics
annual meeting in Bulgaria.
Because linguistic annotation is rarely considered in the typical course on Computational Linguistics
, this is the first of its kind--and key to any in-depth programming collection.
The organization of the First NetWordS Summer School was coordinated by three members of the organizing committee Ida Raffaelli (University of Zagreb), Vito Pirrelli (Institute for Computational Linguistics
"Antonio Zampolli", National Research Council, Italy) and Claudia Marzi (Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy), and by four local organizers as well, Tena Gnjatovic, Daniela Katunar, Matea Srebacic, and Jana Willer-Gold (all from University of Zagreb).
In the field of computational linguistics
point of view, we can find such as "Corpus", "analysis", "information retrieval" and so the words appear in many papers, these are the important research topics in the field.