Cyber paper accepted to the 50th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics
March 28, 2012
The paper entitled “Polarity Consistency Checking for Sentiment Dictionaries” (auhors: E. Dragut, H. Wang, C. Yu, P. Sistla, W. Meng) proposes a formal method to automatically check polarity inconsistencies within and across domain independent sentiment dictionaries.
ACL 2012 is a comprehensive conference program that covers a diverse field of computational linguistics and that recognizes the importance of both theoretical and empirical approaches to research problems.
May 15, 2015
CS Graduate Research Student Shagufta Mehnaz is among the elite selected to participate in the Faculty for the Future Fellowship awarded by the Schlumberger Foundation. Mehnaz was one of only 155 fellowships given by the Foundation, selected from more than 1100 applications that were received from women in 17 different countries.Read Full Story
April 29, 2015
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