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ACL 2012 Accepted Long Papers (ORAL)

Deep Learning Specialization on Coursera

No. Paper Title Authors
1 A CLASS-BASED AGREEMENT MODEL FOR GENERATING ACCURATELY INFLECTED TRANSLATIONS Spence Green and John DeNero
2 A COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH TO AUTOMATIZE CREATIVE NAMING Gozde Ozbal and Carlo Strapparava
3 A DISCRIMINATIVE HIERARCHICAL MODEL FOR FAST COREFERENCE AT LARGE SCALE Michael Wick, Sameer Singh and Andrew McCallum
4 A JOINT MODEL FOR DISCOVERY OF ASPECTS IN UTTERANCES Asli Celikyilmaz and Dilek Hakkani-Tur
5 A NONPARAMETRIC BAYESIAN APPROACH TO ACOUSTIC MODEL DISCOVERY Chia-ying Lee and James Glass
6 A PROBABILISTIC MODEL FOR CANONICALIZING NAMED ENTITY MENTIONS Dani Yogatama, Yanchuan Sim and Noah A. Smith
7 A STATISTICAL MODEL FOR UNSUPERVISED AND SEMI-SUPERVISED TRANSLITERATION MINING Hassan Sajjad, Alexander Fraser and Helmut Schmid
8 A TOPIC SIMILARITY MODEL FOR HIERARCHICAL PHRASE-BASED TRANSLATION Xinyan Xiao, Deyi Xiong, Min Zhang, Qun Liu and Shouxun Lin
9 ASPECT EXTRACTION THROUGH SEMI-SUPERVISED MODELING Arjun Mukherjee and Bing Liu
10 ATTACKING PARSING BOTTLENECKS WITH UNLABELED DATA AND RELEVANT FACTORIZATIONS Emily Pitler
11 AUTOMATED ESSAY SCORING TOWARDS ASR TRANSCRIPTION OF ORAL ENGLISH SPEECH BASED ON FINITE STATE TRANSDUCER Xingyuan Peng, Dengfeng Ke and Bo Xu
12 BAYESIAN SYMBOL-REFINED TREE SUBSTITUTION GRAMMARS FOR SYNTACTIC PARSING Hiroyuki Shindo, Yusuke Miyao, Akinori Fujino and Masaaki Nagata
13 BOOTSTRAPPING A UNIFIED MODEL OF LEXICAL AND PHONETIC ACQUISITION Micha Elsner, Sharon Goldwater and Jacob Eisenstein
14 BOOTSTRAPPING VIA GRAPH PROPAGATION Max Whitney and Anoop Sarkar
15 CAPTURING PARADIGMATIC AND SYNTAGMATIC LEXICAL RELATIONS: TOWARDS ACCURATE CHINESE PART-OFSPEECH TAGGING Weiwei Sun and Hans Uszkoreit
16 COLLECTIVE GENERATION OF NATURAL IMAGE DESCRIPTIONS Polina Kuznetsova, Vicente Ordonez, Alexander Berg, Tamara Berg and Yejin Choi
17 COMMUNITY ANSWER SUMMARIZATION FOR MULTI-SENTENCE QUESTION WITH GROUP L1 REGULARIZATION Wen Chan, Xiangdong Zhou, Wei Wang and Tat-Seng Chua
18 COMPUTATIONAL APPROACHES TO SENTENCE COMPLETION Geoffrey Zweig, John C. Platt, Christopher Meek, Christopher J.C. Burges, Ainur Yessenalina and Qiang Liu
19 CONCEPT-TO-TEXT GENERATION VIA DISCRIMINATIVE RERANKING Ioannis Konstas and Mirella Lapata
20 COREFERENCE SEMANTICS FROM WEB FEATURES Mohit Bansal and Dan Klein
21 CROSS-DOMAIN CO-EXTRACTION OF SENTIMENT AND TOPIC LEXICONS Fangtao Li, Sinno Jialin Pan, Ou Jin, Qiang Yang and Xiaoyan Zhu
22 CROSSLINGUAL INDUCTION OF SEMANTIC ROLES Ivan Titov and Alexandre Klementiev
23 CROSS-LINGUAL MIXTURE MODEL FOR SENTIMENT CLASSIFICATION Xinfan Meng, Furu Wei, Xiaohua Liu, Ming Zhou and Houfeng Wang
24 DECIPHERING FOREIGN LANGUAGE BY COMBINING N-GRAM LANGUAGE MODELS AND CONTEXT VECTORS Malte Nuhn, Arne Mauser and Hermann Ney
25 DISCRIMINATIVE PRONUNCIATION MODELING: A LARGE-MARGIN, FEATURE-RICH APPROACH Hao Tang, Joseph Keshet and Karen Livescu
26 DISCRIMINATIVE STRATEGIES TO INTEGRATE MULTIWORD EXPRESSION RECOGNITION AND PARSING Matthieu Constant, Anthony Sigogne and Patrick Watrin
27 DISTRIBUTIONAL SEMANTICS IN TECHNICOLOR Elia Bruni, Gemma Boleda, Marco Baroni and Nam Khanh Tran
28 EFFICIENT SEARCH FOR TRANSFORMATION-BASED INFERENCE Asher Stern, Roni Stern, Ido Dagan and Ariel Felner
29 EFFICIENT TREE-BASED APPROXIMATION FOR ENTAILMENT GRAPH LEARNING Jonathan Berant, Ido Dagan, Meni Adler and Jacob Goldberger
30 ERROR MINING ON DEPENDENCY TREES Claire Gardent and Shashi Narayan
31 EXPLOITING MULTIPLE TREEBANKS FOR PARSING WITH QUASI-SYNCHRONOUS GRAMMARS Zhenghua Li, Wanxiang Che and Ting Liu
32 EXTRACTING NARRATIVE TIMELINES AS TEMPORAL DEPENDENCY STRUCTURES Oleksandr Kolomiyets, Steven Bethard and Marie-Francine Moens
33 FAST ONLINE LEXICON LEARNING FOR GROUNDED LANGUAGE ACQUISITION David Chen
34 FAST SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS FOR STATISTICAL LANGUAGE MODELING VIA SUBSTRUCTURE SHARING AND UPTRAINING Ariya Rastrow, Mark Dredze and Sanjeev Khudanpur
35 FINDING BURSTY TOPICS FROM MICROBLOGS Qiming DIAO, Jing JIANG, Feida ZHU and Ee Peng LIMNo. Paper Title Authors
36 FINDING SALIENT DATES FOR BUILDING THEMATIC TIMELINES Ré my Kessler, Xavier Tannier, Caroline Hagè ge, Vé ronique Moriceau and André Bittar
37 HEAD-DRIVEN TRANSITION-BASED PARSING WITH TOP-DOWN PREDICTION Katsuhiko Hayashi, Taro Watanabe, Masayuki Asahara and Yuji Matsumoto
38 HISTORICAL ANALYSIS OF LEGAL OPINIONS WITH A SPARSE MIXED-EFFECTS LATENT VARIABLE MODEL William Yang Wang, Elijah Mayfield, Suresh Naidu and Jeremiah Dittmar
39 ITERATIVE VITERBI A* ALGORITHM FOR K-BEST SEQUENTIAL DECODING Zhiheng Huang, Yi Chang, Bo Long, Jean-Francois Crespo, Anlei Dong, Sathiya Keerthi and Su-Lin Wu
40 JOINT CHINESE WORD SEGMENTATION AND NEW WORD DETECTION VIA FAST CONFLICTION-BASED LEARNING Xu Sun
41 JOINT FEATURE SELECTION IN DISTRIBUTED STOCHASTIC LEARNING FOR LARGE-SCALE DISCRIMINATIVE TRAINING IN SMT Patrick Simianer, Stefan Riezler and Chris Dyer
42 JOINT INFERENCE OF NAMED ENTITY RECOGNITION AND NORMALIZATION FOR TWEETS Xiaohua Liu, Ming Zhou, Xiangyang Zhou, Zhongyang Fu and Furu Wei
43 LABELING DOCUMENTS WITH TIMESTAMPS: LEARNING FROM THEIR TIME EXPRESSIONS Nathanael Chambers
44 LEARNING HIGH-LEVEL PLANNING FROM TEXT S.R.K. Branavan, Nate Kushman, Tao Lei and Regina Barzilay
45 LEARNING SYNTACTIC VERB FRAMES USING GRAPHICAL MODELS Thomas Lippincott, Anna Korhonen and Diarmuid ó Sé aghdha
46 LEARNING TO "READ BETWEEN THE LINES" USING BAYESIAN LOGIC PROGRAMS Sindhu Raghavan, Raymond Mooney and Hyeonseo Ku
47 LEARNING TO TRANSLATE WITH MULTIPLE OBJECTIVES Kevin Duh, Katsuhito Sudoh, Xianchao Wu, Hajime Tsukada and Masaaki Nagata
48 LEARNING TRANSLATION CONSENSUS WITH STRUCTURED LABEL PROPAGATION Shujie Liu, Chi-Ho Li, Mu Li and Ming Zhou
49 MACHINE TRANSLATION WITHOUT WORDS THROUGH SUBSTRING ALIGNMENT Graham Neubig, Taro Watanabe, Shinsuke Mori and Tatsuya Kawahara
50 MAXIMUM EXPECTED BLEU TRAINING OF PHRASE AND LEXICON TRANSLATION MODELS Xiaodong He and Li Deng
51 MINING ENTITY TYPES FROM QUERY LOGS VIA USER INTENT MODELING Patrick Pantel, Thomas Lin and Michael Gamon
52 MIX IS NOT A TREE-ADJOINING LANGUAGE Makoto Kanazawa and Sylvain Salvati
53 MODELING REVIEW COMMENTS Arjun Mukherjee and Bing LiuNo. Paper Title Authors
54 MODELING TOPIC DEPENDENCIES IN HIERARCHICAL TEXT CATEGORIZATION Alessandro Moschitti and Qi Ju
55 MODELING TRANSLATION DISAGREEMENT THROUGH RICH GRAPHS FOR TRANSLATION QUALITY ESTIMATION Daniele Pighin, Meritxell Gonzalez and Lluís Mà rquez
56 MODIFIED DISTORTION MATRICES FOR PHRASE-BASED STATISTICAL MACHINE TRANSLATION Arianna Bisazza and Marcello Federico
57 MULTILINGUAL NAMED ENTITY RECOGNITION USING PARALLEL DATA AND METADATA FROM WIKIPEDIA Sungchul Kim and Kristina Toutanova
58 NBEST CCG PARSING AND RERANKING Dominick Ng and James R. Curran
59 PDTB-STYLE DISCOURSE ANNOTATION OF CHINESE TEXT Yuping Zhou and Nianwen Xue
60 PREDICTION OF LEARNING CURVES IN MACHINE TRANSLATION Prasanth Kolachina, Nicola Cancedda, Marc Dymetman and Sriram Venkatapathy
61 PROBABILISTIC INTEGRATION OF PARTIAL LEXICAL INFORMATION FOR NOISE ROBUST HAPTIC VOICE RECOGNITION Khe Chai Sim
62 REDUCING APPROXIMATION AND ESTIMATION ERRORS FOR CHINESE LEXICAL PROCESSING WITH HETEROGENEOUS ANNOTATIONS Weiwei Sun
63 REDUCING WRONG LABELS IN DISTANT SUPERVISION FOR RELATION EXTRACTION Shingo Takamatsu, Issei Sato and Hiroshi Nakagawa
64 SELECTIVE SHARING FOR MULTILINGUAL DEPENDENCY PARSING Tahira Naseem, Regina Barzilay and Amir Globerson
65 SEMANTIC PARSING WITH BAYESIAN TREE TRANSDUCERS Bevan Jones, Mark Johnson and Sharon Goldwater
66 SEMI-SUPERVISED DEPENDENCY PARSING USING LEXICAL AFFINITIES Seyed Abolghasem Mirroshandel, Alexis Nasr and Joseph Le Roux
67 SENTENCE DEPENDENCY TAGGING IN ONLINE QUESTION ANSWERING FORUMS Zhonghua Qu and Yang Liu
68 SITS: A HIERARCHICAL NONPARAMETRIC MODEL USING SPEAKER IDENTITY FOR TOPIC SEGMENTATION IN MULTIPARTY CONVERSATIONS Viet-An Nguyen, Jordan Boyd-Graber and Philip Resnik
69 SMALLER ALIGNMENT MODELS FOR BETTER TRANSLATIONS: UNSUPERVISED WORD ALIGNMENT WITH THE L0-NORM Ashish Vaswani, Liang Huang and David Chiang
70 SPECTRAL LEARNING OF LATENT-VARIABLE PCFGS Shay B. Cohen, Karl Stratos, Michael Collins, Dean Foster and Lyle Ungar
71 SPICE IT UP? MINING REFINEMENTS TO ONLINE INSTRUCTIONS FROM USER GENERATED CONTENT Gregory Druck and Bo PangNo. Paper Title Authors
72 STRING RE-WRITING KERNEL Fan Bu, Hang Li and Xiaoyan Zhu
73 STRONG LEXICALIZATION OF TREE ADJOINING GRAMMARS Andreas Maletti and Joost Engelfriet
74 SUBGROUP DETECTION IN IDEOLOGICAL DISCUSSIONS Amjad Abu-Jbara, Pradeep Dasigi, Mona Diab and Dragomir Radev
75 TEMPORALLY ANCHORED RELATION EXTRACTION Guillermo Garrido, Anselmo Peñ as, Bernardo Cabaleiro and á lvaro Rodrigo
76 TEXT-LEVEL DISCOURSE PARSING WITH RICH LINGUISTIC FEATURES Vanessa Wei Feng and Graeme Hirst
77 THE CREATION OF A CORPUS OF ENGLISH METALANGUAGE Shomir Wilson
78 TRANSLATION MODEL ADAPTATION FOR STATISTICAL MACHINE TRANSLATION WITH MONOLINGUAL TOPIC INFORMATION Jinsong Su, Hua Wu, Haifeng Wang, Yidong Chen, Xiaodong Shi, Huailin Dong and Qun Liu
79 TWEET RECOMMENDATION: A UNIFIED TWEET-TWITTERER CO-RANKING FRAMEWORK FUSING POPULARITY, PERSONALIZATION AND DIVERSITY Rui Yan, Mirella Lapata and Xiaoming Li
80 UNSUPERVISED RELATION DISCOVERY WITH SENSE DISAMBIGUATION Limin Yao, Sebastian Riedel and Andrew McCallum
81 UTILIZING DEPENDENCY LANGUAGE MODELS FOR GRAPH-BASED DEPENDENCY PARSING MODELS Wenliang Chen, Min Zhang and Haizhou Li
82 VERB CLASSIFICATION USING DISTRIBUTIONAL SIMILARITY IN SYNTACTIC AND SEMANTIC STRUCTURES Danilo Croce, Alessandro Moschitti, Roberto Basili and Martha Palmer
83 WORD SENSE DISAMBIGUATION IMPROVES INFORMATION RETRIEVAL Zhi Zhong and Hwee Tou Ng

CFP: The 7th Young Researchers' Roundtable on Spoken Dialogue Systems

Deep Learning Specialization on Coursera

Second Call for Papers and Participation
The 7th Young Researchers' Roundtable on Spoken Dialogue Systems
(YRRSDS 2011)
www.yrrsds.org

The Young Researchers' Roundtable on Spoken Dialog Systems (YRRSDS) is an annual workshop designed for graduate students, post-docs and junior researchers working in research related to spoken dialogue systems in both academia and industry. The YRRSDS provides an open forum where participants can discuss their research interests, current work and future plans. Previous workshops have been co-located with SIGdial or InterSpeech, and YRRSDS 2010 was recently held in Japan. YRRSDS 2011 will be hosted by the Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, OR, USA, and will be directly before SIGdial and ACL 2011.

The workshop has three main goals:
* to offer an interdisciplinary forum for creative thinking about current issues in spoken dialogue systems research
* to provide young researchers with career advice from senior researchers and professionals from both academic and industrial backgrounds
* to develop a stronger international network of young researchers working in the field

Submission Information:
We invite any researcher who is at a relatively early stage of their career (e.g students, post- docs, or junior researchers in industry) to submit a 2-page position paper. This should include their past, present and future work, a short bio and topic suggestions for the workshop. Acceptance is on a first-come, first-served basis and the number of participants is generally capped at 50. Poster presentation by all participants is expected. However, posters need only present current work and are not necessarily from a published paper. Further format and outline information are provided at yrrsds.org under Submissions.
Please submit via the EasyChair system:
https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=yrrsds2011
If you experience any problems with submission please contact the organizers at:
yrrsds2011 at gmail.com

Important Dates:
Submissions deadline: April 22, 2011
Author notification: May 9, 2011
Camera ready deadline: May 20, 2011

YRRSDS'11 will feature:
* a senior researcher panel (both academia and industry)
* a demo and poster session (Best Poster Award!)
* a special session on Embodied Conversational Agents
* two Roundtable discussion and presentation sessions

Some Topics of Interest (more complete list at yrrsds.org)
* Models of dialogue: Statistical, Symbolic and Hybrid dialogue modeling
* The Spoken Dialogue Challenge: SDS evaluation
* Psycholinguistic influences of dialogue system design
* Dialogue system development beyond ''toy'' research domains
* The importance of establishing social relations with the user in automated dialogues
* Interacting with virtual and robotic agents
* Semantics and Pragmatics of dialogue systems
* Context and spoken dialogue systems
* Building truly incremental spoken dialogue systems
* Dialogue data collection, sharing data sets and formats for statistical models
* Understanding industry development cycles, requirements, and future application
domains for dialogue systems

We thank our Sponsors:

* Microsoft Research
* AT&T Research
* LG
* BioSpeech
* Nuance
* IBM Research

YRRSDS 2011 is endorsed by:

* SIGDIAL
* ISCA and ISCA SAC
* ACL
* Dialogs on Dialogs

Organizing Committee

William Y. Wang, Columbia University, USA
Khan Md. Anwarus Salam, The University of Electro-Communications, Japan
Sungjin Lee, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
Lina Maria Rojas Barahona, LORIA, France
Hamid R. Chinaei, Laval University, Canada
Ethan Selfridge, Oregon Health & Science University, USA