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Computational Linguistics Group Success at ACL

Posted: 6th March 2014

Four papers and a tutorial produced by members of the Computational Linguistics Group have been accepted to ACL 2014, to be held in Baltimore in June (http://www.cs.jhu.edu/ACL2014/). ACL is one of the top-tier computational linguistics conferences, with an average acceptance rate of 24%.

Papers:

  • A Convolutional Neural Network for Modelling Sentences
    Nal Kalchbrenner‚ Edward Grefenstette and Phil Blunsom (University of Oxford)
  • Multilingual Models for Compositional Distributional Semantics
    Karl Moritz Hermann and Phil Blunsom (University of Oxford)
  • Semantic Frame Identification with Distributed Word Representations
    Karl Moritz Hermann (University of Oxford)‚ Dipanjan Das‚ Jason Weston and Kuzman Ganchev (Google Research)
  • Resolving Lexical Ambiguity in Tensor Regression Models of Meaning
    Dimitri Kartsaklis, Nal Kalchbrenner and Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh 

Tutorial:

  • New Directions in Vector Space Models of Meaning
    Phil Blunsom (University of Oxford), Georgiana Dinu (CIMeC, University of Trento), Edward Grefenstette, and Karl Moritz Hermann (University of Oxford)

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