CSE590A - Machine Reading
Autumn Quarter 2010
Day / Time: Wed. 4:30-5:20
This Fall, 590a will be on "Machine Reading" - the process of extracting high-level knowledge from natural language text, for example from Web pages. Most people know about the work on machine reading which is happening here at UW CSE (e.g. KnowItAll, TextRunner, Kylin, and the work based on Markov Logic Networks), but the area is also heating up dramatically at other Universities and research labs. We'll spend the quarter reading the latest papers on the topic and brainstorming about new directions. Participants may be asked to help lead class discussion of papers or to talk about their ongoing research on the topic.
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|Sep. 29th||Cancelled|| |
|Oct. 6th||Jonathan Berant||Global Learning of Focused Entailment Graphs.|
|Oct. 13th||Tara McIntosh||Reducing semantic drift in lexicon bootstrapping.|
|Oct. 20th||Tom Mitchellrk||students talking informally with Tom Mitchell;|
|Oct. 27th||Stephen Soderland||Adapting Open IE to Domain-Specific Relations|
|Nov. 3th||Anthony Fader||Quals Talk|
|Nov. 10th||Chloe Kiddon||Painless unsupervised learning with features|
|Nov. 17th||Hoifung Poon||Dual Decomposition for Parsing with Non-Projective Head Automata.|
|Nov. 24th||No Class|
|Dec. 2st||Peter Clark||The Recognizing Textual Entailment challenge;|
|Dec. 8st||No Class|