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Senior Research Scientist; Assistant Research Professor, Applied Mathematics and Statistics. Statistical pattern recognition, network inference, dimensionality reduction, high-dimensional data analysis, probability and stochastic processes.
Online Bayesian Models for Personal Analytics in Social Media
Svitlana Volkova and Benjamin Van Durme. Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) – 2015.
Inferring Latent User Properties from Texts Published in Social Media (Demo)
Svitlana Volkova, Yoram Bachrach, Michael Armstrong and Vijay Sharma. Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) – 2015.
The Hurricane Sandy Twitter Corpus
Haoyu Wang, Eduard Hovy and Mark Dredze. AAAI Workshop on the World Wide Web and Public Health Intelligence – 2015.
Social Media as a Sensor of Air Quality and Public Response in China
Shiliang Wang, Michael Paul and Mark Dredze. AAAI Workshop on the World Wide Web and Public Health Intelligence – 2015.
Worldwide Influenza Surveillance through Twitter
Michael Paul, Mark Dredze, David Broniatowski and Nicholas Generous. AAAI Workshop on the World Wide Web and Public Health Intelligence – 2015.
Tobacco Watcher: Real-time Global Surveillance for Tobacco Control
Joanna Cohen, John Ayers and Mark Dredze. World Conference on Tobacco or Health (WCTOH) – 2015.
A Chinese Concrete NLP Pipeline
Nanyun Peng, Francis Ferraro, Mo Yu, Nicholas Andrews, Jay DeYoung, Max Thomas, Matt Gormley, Travis Wolfe, Craig Harman, Benjamin Van Durme and Mark Dredze. North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (NAACL), Demonstration Session – 2015.
An Empirical Study of Chinese Name Matching and Applications
Nanyun Peng, Mo Yu and Mark Dredze. Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) (short paper) – 2015.
CLPsych 2015 Shared Task: Depression and PTSD on Twitter
Glen Coppersmith, Mark Dredze, Craig Harman, Kristy Hollingshead and Margaret Mitchell. NAACL Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology – 2015.