Four LILY papers have been accepted at ACL, the top conference in Natural Language Processing

May 15, 2019

ACL is the main conference in Natural Language Processing (NLP). Yale’s NLP researchers have four papers published at ACL 2019. This year’s conference received close to 3,000 submissions.  

Published Papers

Title: Multi-News: a Large-Scale Multi-Document Summarization Dataset and Abstractive Hierarchical Model
Authors: Alexander Fabbri, Irene Li, Tianwei She, Suyi Li and Dragomir Radev

Title: Improving Low-Resource Cross-lingual Document Retrieval by Reranking with Deep Bilingual Representations
Authors: Rui Zhang, Caitlin Westerfield, Sungrok Shim, Garrett Bingham, Alexander Fabbri, Neha Verma, William Hu, and Dragomir Radev

Title: SParC: Cross-Domain Semantic Parsing in Context
Authors:Tao Yu, Rui Zhang, Michihiro Yasunaga, Yi Chern Tan, Xi Victoria Lin, Suyi Li, Heyang Er, Irene Li, Bo Pang, Tao Chen, Emily Ji, Shreya Dixit, David Proctor, Sungrok Shim, Jonathan Kraft, Vincent Zhang, Caiming Xiong, Richard Socher and Dragomir Radev

Title: This Email Could Save Your Life: Introducing the Task of Email Subject Line Generation
Authors: Rui Zhang and Joel Tetreault

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