Search Results for author: Daniel Chen

Found 7 papers, 0 papers with code

AutoAspect: Automatic Annotation of Tense and Aspect for Uniform Meaning Representations

no code implementations EMNLP (LAW, DMR) 2021 Daniel Chen, Martha Palmer, Meagan Vigus

The annotation tool combines syntactic and semantic cues to assign aspects on a sentence-by-sentence basis, following a sequence of rules that each output a UMR aspect.

My Case, For an Adposition: Lexical Polysemy of Adpositions and Case Markers in Finnish and Latin

no code implementations LREC 2022 Daniel Chen, Mans Hulden

Adpositions and case markers contain a high degree of polysemy and participate in unique semantic role configurations.


Contrast Sets for Stativity of English Verbs in Context

no code implementations COLING 2022 Daniel Chen, Alexis Palmer

For the task of classifying verbs in context as dynamic or stative, current models approach human performance, but only for particular data sets.


Semi-automated extraction of research topics and trends from NCI funding in radiological sciences from 2000-2020

no code implementations22 Jun 2023 Mark Nguyen, Peter Beidler, Joseph Tsai, August Anderson, Daniel Chen, Paul Kinahan, John Kang

Investigators, funders, and the public desire knowledge on topics and trends in publicly funded research but current efforts in manual categorization are limited in scale and understanding.

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Quantum-Inspired Classical Algorithm for Principal Component Regression

no code implementations16 Oct 2020 Daniel Chen, Yekun Xu, Betis Baheri, Chuan Bi, Ying Mao, Qiang Quan, Shuai Xu

In this work, we developed an algorithm for principal component regression that runs in time polylogarithmic to the number of data points, an exponential speed up over the state-of-the-art algorithm, under the mild assumption that the input is given in some data structure that supports a norm-based sampling procedure.

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