SOUTH BEND, Ind., Sept. 13, 2021 - Aunalytics, a leading data platform company delivering Insights-as-a-Service for enterprise businesses, will present a new paper to be showcased at the ECML-PKDD 2021 Virtual Event, taking place online, September 13-17. During the event, David Cieslak, Chief Data Scientist for Aunalytics, will discuss the use of natural language interface synthesis of SQL database queries leveraging the companys new NL2SQL System.. Natural language interface integration with database environments is a growing field that enables end users to interact with relational databases without technical database skills. These interfaces solve the problem of synthesizing SQL queries based on natural language input from the user. There are considerable research interests around the topic but there are few systems to date that are deployed on top of active enterprise data marts.. At ECML-PKDD 2021, Aunalytics will introduce the NL2SQL system and present on data simulations that provide ...
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Amanda Stent is a NLP architect at Bloomberg LP. Previously, she was a director of research and principal research scientist at Yahoo Labs, a principal member of technical staff at AT&T Labs - Research, and an associate professor in the Computer Science Department at Stony Brook University. Her research interests center on natural language processing and its applications, in particular topics related to text analytics, discourse, dialog and natural language generation. She holds a PhD in computer science from the University of Rochester. She is co-editor of the book Natural Language Generation in Interactive Systems (Cambridge University Press), has authored over 90 papers on natural language processing and is co-inventor on over twenty patents and patent applications. She is president emeritus of the ACL/ISCA Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialog, treasurer of the ACL Special Interest Group on Natural Language Generation and one of the rotating editors of the journal Dialogue & ...
Amanda Stent is a NLP architect at Bloomberg LP. Previously, she was a director of research and principal research scientist at Yahoo Labs, a principal member of technical staff at AT&T Labs - Research, and an associate professor in the Computer Science Department at Stony Brook University. Her research interests center on natural language processing and its applications, in particular topics related to text analytics, discourse, dialog and natural language generation. She holds a PhD in computer science from the University of Rochester. She is co-editor of the book Natural Language Generation in Interactive Systems (Cambridge University Press), has authored over 90 papers on natural language processing and is co-inventor on over twenty patents and patent applications. She is president emeritus of the ACL/ISCA Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialog, treasurer of the ACL Special Interest Group on Natural Language Generation and one of the rotating editors of the journal Dialogue & ...
The present disclosure involves systems, software, and computer implemented methods for providing a natural language interface for searching a database. One process includes operations for receiving a natural language query. One or more tokens contained in the natural language query are identified. A set of sentences is generated based on the identified tokens, each sentence representing a possible logical interpretation of the natural language query and including a combination of at least one of the identified tokens. At least one sentence in the set of sentences is selected for searching a database based on the identified tokens.
Abstract objects such as properties, propositions, numbers, degrees, and expression types are at the centre of many philosophical debates. Philosophers and linguists alike generally hold the view that natural language allows rather generously for reference to abstracts objects of the various sorts. The project of this book is to investigate in a fully systematic way whether and how natural language permits reference to abstract objects. For that purpose, the book will introduce a great range of new linguistic generalizations and make systematic use of recent semantic and syntactic theories. It will arrive at an ontology that differs rather radically from the one that philosophers, but also linguists, generally take natural language to involve. Reference to abstract objects is much more marginal than is generally thought. Instead of making reference to abstract objects, natural language, with its more central terms and constructions, makes reference to (concrete) particulars, especially tropes, as well
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Note to the reader : a dynamic version of this article can be found HERE, including interactive data-visualisations. Over the past few years, natural language interfaces have been transforming the…
The Natural Language Processing group focuses on developing efficient algorithms to process text and to make their information accessible to computer applications. The goal of the group is to design and build software that will analyze, understand, and generate languages that humans use naturally, so that eventually people can address computers as though they were addressing another person.. The challenges our team faces stem from the highly ambiguous nature of natural language. English speakers effortlessly understand a sentence like Flying planes can be dangerous. Yet this sentence presents difficulties to a software program because it is ambiguous and relies on real-world knowledge. How much and what sort of context needs to be brought to bear on these questions in order to adequately disambiguate the sentence?. We address these problems using a mix of knowledge-engineered and statistical/machine-learning techniques to disambiguate and respond to natural language input. Our work has ...
Abstract. In defining language understanding for the purposes of natural language processing (NLP), we must inevitably be informed by human cognition: the only existing system that has achieved language understanding. Use of human cognition to evaluate NLP systems is nothing new - nearly any NLP benchmark relies on some form of comparison to human judgments or productions. In this talk I will discuss a series of projects taking this rationale a step further, examining NLP systems capturing of information by drawing on our knowledge of information sensitivity at a number of different levels of human cognition. Ideally we want our systems to extract and represent the same information that humans do at the endpoint of language comprehension - and because we have an idea of what that information is, we can test for it accordingly. However, we find at times that the representational patterns observed in our NLP systems show parallels instead with earlier stages of human language processing that ...
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Coreference resolution tries to identify all expressions (called mentions) in observed text that refer to the same entity. Beside entity extraction and relation extraction, it represents one of the three complementary tasks in Information Extraction. In this paper we describe a novel coreference resolution system SkipCor that reformulates the problem as a sequence labeling task. None of the existing supervised, unsupervised, pairwise or sequence-based models are similar to our approach, which only uses linear-chain conditional random fields and supports high scalability with fast model training and inference, and a straightforward parallelization. We evaluate the proposed system against the ACE 2004, CoNLL 2012 and SemEval 2010 benchmark datasets. SkipCor clearly outperforms two baseline systems that detect coreferentiality using the same features as SkipCor. The obtained results are at least comparable to the current state-of-the-art in coreference resolution.
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18 January 2018 - Horacio Saggion (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) - Mining and Enriching Scientific Text Collections. In the current online Open Science context, scientific datasets and tools for deep text analysis, visualization and exploitation play a major role. I will present a system developed over the past three years for deep analysis and annotation of scientific text collections. After a brief overview of the system and its main components, I will present our current work on the development of a bi-lingual (Spanish and English) fully annotated text resource in the field of natural language processing that we have created with our system. Moreover, a faceted-search and visualization system to explore the created resource will be also discussed.. I will take the opportunity to present further areas of research carried out in our Natural Language Processing group.. 7 December 2017 - Miquel Espla-Gomis (Universitat dAlacant) - Identifying insertion positions in word-level machine translation ...
In the past decades, several general systems for medical and in particular clinical information extraction have been introduced: MedLEE [3], MEDSYNDIKATE [4], HITEx (Health Information Text Extraction) [6], SeReMed [2], or Apache cTAKES (Clinical Text Analysis and Knowledge Extraction System) [5] - just to name a few. Most of them follow a canonical design of document processing stages. They first segment the document into units like sections, sentences, add part-of-speech tags, and split sentences into chunks, especially noun phrases. Dictionary-based annotators like ConceptMapper [21] are applied to find clinical concepts using manually curated lexical expressions that refer to the concepts, and map them to unique identifiers. Search may be limited to match terms only inside the same noun phrase. Typically, pipelines contain further processors to detect if concepts are negated, time dependent, or refer to family history, for instance, using regular expressions [22]. Separate extractors may be ...
A novel approach called Most Suitable Sense Annotation (MSSA) is proposed, that disambiguates and annotates each word by its specific sense, considering the semantic effects of its context. Abstract Natural Language Understanding has seen an increasing number of publications in the last few years, especially after robust word embeddings models became prominent, when they proved themselves able to capture and represent semantic relationships from massive amounts of data. Nevertheless, traditional models often fall short in intrinsic issues of linguistics, such as polysemy and homonymy. Any expert system that makes use of natural language in its core, can be affected by a weak semantic representation of text, resulting in inaccurate outcomes based on poor decisions. To mitigate such issues, we propose a novel approach called Most Suitable Sense Annotation (MSSA) , that disambiguates and annotates each word by its specific sense, considering the semantic effects of its context. Our approach brings three
Lung cancer is the second most common cancer for men and women; the wide adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) offers a potential to accelerate cohort-related epidemiological studies using informatics approaches. Since manual extraction from large volumes of text materials is time consuming and labor intensive, some efforts have emerged to automatically extract information from text for lung cancer patients using natural language processing (NLP), an artificial intelligence technique. In this study, using an existing cohort of 2311 lung cancer patients with information about stage, histology, tumor grade, and therapies (chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery) manually ascertained, we developed and evaluated an NLP system to extract information on these variables automatically for the same patients from clinical narratives including clinical notes, pathology reports and surgery reports. Evaluation showed promising results with the recalls for stage, histology, tumor grade, and therapies achieving
An apparatus for automatically identifying command boundaries in a conversational natural language system, in accordance with the present invention, includes a speech recognizer for converting an input signal to recognized text and a boundary identifier coupled to the speech recognizer for receiving the recognized text and determining if a command is present in the recognized text, the boundary identifier outputting the command if present in the recognized text. A method for identifying command boundaries in a conversational natural language system is also included.
The large amounts of clinical data generated by electronic health record systems are an underutilized resource, which, if tapped, has enormous potential to improve health care. Since the majority of this data is in the form of unstructured text, which is challenging to analyze computationally, there is a need for sophisticated clinical language processing methods. Unsupervised methods that exploit statistical properties of the data are particularly valuable due to the limited availability of annotated corpora in the clinical domain.. Information extraction and natural language processing systems need to incorporate some knowledge of semantics. One approach exploits the distributional properties of language - more specifically, term co-occurrence information - to model the relative meaning of terms in high-dimensional vector space. Such methods have been used with success in a number of general language processing tasks; however, their application in the clinical domain has previously only been ...
Error Types in Natural Language Processing in Inflectional Languages: 10.4018/978-1-7998-3479-3.ch006: This article presents the challenges of natural language processing applications when they are used with inflectional languages. Two typical applications are
Natural language processing has come a long way since its foundations were laid in the 1940s and 50s (for an introduction see, e.g., Jurafsky and Martin (2008): Speech and Language Processing, Pearson Prentice Hall). This CRAN task view collects relevant R packages that support computational linguists in conducting analysis of speech and language on a variety of levels - setting focus on words, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. In recent years, we have elaborated a framework to be used in packages dealing with the processing of written material: the package tm. Extension packages in this area are highly recommended to interface with tms basic routines and useRs are cordially invited to join in the discussion on further developments of this framework package. To get into natural language processing, the cRunch service and tutorials may be helpful. ...
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This work investigates the cross-lingual transfer abilities of XLM-R for Chinese and English natural language inference (NLI), with a focus on the recent largescale Chinese dataset OCNLI. Multilingual transformers (XLM, mT5) have been shown to have remarkable transfer skills in zero-shot settings. Most transfer studies, however, rely on automatically translated resources (XNLI, XQuAD), making it hard to discern the particular linguistic knowledge that is being transferred, and the role of expert annotated monolingual datasets when developing task-specific models. We investigate the cross-lingual transfer abilities of XLM-R for Chinese and English natural language inference (NLI), with a focus on the recent largescale Chinese dataset OCNLI. To better understand linguistic transfer, we created 4 categories of challenge and adversarial tasks (totaling 17 new datasets1) for Chinese that build on several well-known resources for English (e.g., HANS, NLI stress-tests). We find that cross-lingual models
We present a comparison of word-based and character-based sequence-to sequence models for data-to-text natural language generation, which generate natural language descriptions for structured inputs. On the datasets of two recent generation challenges, our models achieve comparable or better automatic evaluation results than the best challenge submissions. Subsequent detailed statistical and human analyses shed light on the differences between the two input representations and the diversity of the generated texts. In a controlled experiment with synthetic training data generated from templates, we demonstrate the ability of neural models to learn novel combinations of the templates and thereby generalize beyond the linguistic structures they were trained on.. ...
Cognition enhanced Natural language Information Analysis Method (CogNIAM) is a conceptual fact-based modelling method, that aims to integrate the different dimensions of knowledge: data, rules, processes and semantics. To represent these dimensions world standards SBVR, BPMN and DMN from the Object Management Group (OMG) are used. CogNIAM, a successor of NIAM, is based on the work of knowledge scientist Sjir Nijssen.[citation needed] CogNIAM structures knowledge, gathered from people, documentation and software, by classifying it. For this purpose CogNIAM uses the so-called Knowledge Triangle. The outcome of CogNIAM is independent of the person applying it. The resulting model allows the knowledge to be expressed in diagrammatic form as well as in controlled natural language. CogNIAM recognises 4 different dimensions of knowledge: Data: What are the facts? Process: How are facts generated/deleted/altered? Semantics: What do the facts mean? Rules: What conditions apply on the facts? These ...
One strategy in the fight against COVID-19 relies on the curious fact that genetics is actually a language. Genome sequencer Francis Collins has even called it The Language of God. More practically, AI programs that act as natural language processors can help catch deadly coronavirus mutations. The same strategies the AIs use for reading sentences can be used to read the viruss attempts to escape destruction by mutations: Galileo once observed that nature is written in math. Biology might be written in words. Natural-language processing (NLP) algorithms are now able to generate protein sequences and predict virus mutations, including key changes that help the coronavirus evade the immune system. The key insight making this possible is that many properties of…. ...
There is something really interesting about Natural Language UIs and after visiting awesome Escape Flight, we wanted to play around with NL forms and custom form elements. The idea is to turn a classic form into one that uses natural language to obtain information from the user. For that well construct a sentence where some...
Introduction to Natural Language Processing from University of Michigan. This course provides an introduction to the field of Natural Language Processing. It includes relevant background material in Linguistics, Mathematics, Probabilities, and ...
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Now in its second edition, this book provides a practical introduction to computational text analysis using R. It features two new chapters: one that introduces dplyr and tidyr in the context of parsing and analyzing dramatic texts, and one on sentiment analysis using the syuzhet package.
Where I share the results of a quick text analysis of a small corpora of recent tweets from @BBCPolitics and @bbcnickrobinson. I also shared the corpora on fighsare.
The main objective of this thesis is the application and evaluation of text classification approaches for speech-based utterance classification problems in the field of advanced spoken dialogue system (SDS) design. SDSs are speech-based human-machine interfaces that may be applied in various domains. A novel generation of SDSs should be multi-domain and user-adaptive. Designing of multi-domain user-adaptive SDSs is related to some utterance classification problems: domain detection of user utterances and user state recognition including user verbal intelligence and emotion recognition. Text classification approaches may be applied for the considered problems. Text classification consists of the following stages: feature extraction, term weighting, dimensionality reduction, and machine learning. The thesis has three aims: 1. To identify the best combinations of state-of-the-art text classification approaches for the considered utterance classification problems. 2. To improve utterance ...
The worldwide adoption of the HL7 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) is promoting the availability of coded data (CDA entries) within sections of clinical documents. At the moment, an increasing number of studies are investigating ways to transform the narratives of CDA documents into machine processable CDA entries. This paper addresses the reverse problem, i.e. obtaining linguistic representations (sentences) from CDA entries. The approach presented employs Natural Language Generation (NLG) techniques and deals with two major tasks: content selection and content expression. The current research proposes a formal semantic representation of CDA entries and investigates how expressive domain ontologies in OWL and SPARQL SELECT queries can contribute to NLG. To validate the proposal, the study has focused on CDA entries from the History of Present Illness sections of CDA consultation notes. The results obtained are encouraging, as the clinical narratives automatically generated from these CDA ...
These ten contributions describe the major technical ideas underlying many of the significant advances in natural-language processing over the last decade, focusing in particular on the challenges in areas such as knowledge representation, reasoning, planning, and integration of multiple knowledge sources, where NLP and AI research intersect. Included are chapters that deal with all the main aspects of natural-language processing, from analysis to interpretation to generation. Fruitful new relations between language research and AI such as the use of statistical decision techniques in speech and language processing are also discussed. A Special Issue of Artificial Intelligence
Motivation: The extraction of sequence variants from the literature remains an important task. Existing methods primarily target standard (ST) mutation mentions (e.g. E6V), leaving relevant mentions natural language (NL) largely untapped (e.g. glutamic acid was substituted by valine at residue 6).. Results: We introduced three new corpora suggesting named-entity recognition (NER) to be more challenging than anticipated: 28-77% of all articles contained mentions only available in NL. Our new method nala captured NL and ST by combining conditional random fields with word embedding features learned unsupervised from the entire PubMed. In our hands, nala substantially outperformed the state-of-the-art. For instance, we compared all unique mentions in new discoveries correctly detected by any of three methods (SETH, tmVar, or nala ). Neither SETH nor tmVar discovered anything missed by nala , while nala uniquely tagged 33% mentions. For NL mentions the corresponding value shot up to 100% nala ...
Suppose the text contains a form of the verb (to) put. As stated, the standard English Knowledge Graph contains more than 20 different concepts that can be expressed with (to) put, but which is the right one?. Relationships can help. The text analysis software can explore the relationships of each concept to find out if the concept itself is linked to other concepts expressed in the same text. The concept with more links to other concepts is a good candidate for the right concept.. The disambiguation of one word helps to disambiguate the others, but the text analysis software is always free to go back and correct its previous clarification choices as it proceeds with the analysis of the other words of the text, with a chain effect on other disambiguations.. The name used by expert.ai to designate an entry in a Knowledge Graph is syncon.. ...
Information Extraction in the Medical Domain: 10.4018/jitr.2015040101: Information Extraction (IE) is a natural language processing (NLP) task whose aim is to analyse texts written in natural language to extract structured and
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The ability to cheaply train text classifiers is critical to their use in information retrieval, content analysis, natural language processing, and other tasks involving data which is partly or fully textual. An algorithm for sequential sampling during machine learning of statistical classifiers was developed and tested on a newswire text categorization task. This method, which we call uncertainty sampling, reduced by as much as 500-fold the amount of training data that would have to be manually classified to achieve a given level of effectiveness. 1 Introduction Text classification is the automated grouping of textual or partially textual entities. Document retrieval, categorization, routing, filtering, and clustering, as well as natural language processing tasks such as tagging, word sense disambiguation, and some aspects of understanding can be formulated as text classification. As the amount of online text increases, the
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BACKGROUND: Free text in electronic health records (EHR) may contain additional phenotypic information beyond structured (coded) information. For major health events - heart attack and death - there is a lack of studies evaluating the extent to which free text in the primary care record might add information. Our objectives were to describe the contribution of free text in primary care to the recording of information about myocardial infarction (MI), including subtype, left ventricular function, laboratory results and symptoms; and recording of cause of death. We used the CALIBER EHR research platform which contains primary care data from the Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD) linked to hospital admission data, the MINAP registry of acute coronary syndromes and the death registry. In CALIBER we randomly selected 2000 patients with MI and 1800 deaths. We implemented a rule-based natural language engine, the Freetext Matching Algorithm, on site at CPRD to analyse free text in the primary ...
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A search query is received from a single input field of a user interface. A keyword search is performed based on the search query to generate keyword search results. A natural language search is performed of a frequently-asked question (FAQ) database based on the search query to generate FAQ search results. The keyword search results and the FAQ search results are combined in a display page.
Coreference resolution is an important task for natural language understanding, and the resolution of ambiguous pronouns a longstanding challenge. Nonetheless, existing corpora do not capture ambiguous pronouns in sufficient volume or diversity to accurately indicate the practical utility of models. Furthermore, we find gender bias in existing corpora and systems favoring masculine entities. To address this, we present and release GAP, a gender-balanced labeled corpus of 8,908 ambiguous pronoun-name pairs sampled to provide diverse coverage of challenges posed by real-world text. We explore a range of baselines that demonstrate the complexity of the challenge, the best achieving just 66.9% F1. We show that syntactic structure and continuous neural models provide promising, complementary cues for approaching the challenge.. ...
Contract intelligence is becoming the foundation of effective contract analysis and contract management. The Natural Language Understanding approach to contract intelligence based on semantics provides deeper language understanding which enables new levels of review, abstraction and analysis, while freeing legal staff to provide more timely and strategic legal advice.
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Research in artificial intelligence (AI), which includes machine learning (ML), computer vision (CV), and natural language processing (NLP), aims to develop and analyze computational approaches to automated reasoning in the presence of uncertainties. Such automated reasoning systems will ultimately enhance human decision making capabilities in complex tasks, through the ability to process large amounts of data efficiently. In some cases automated reasoning can even reliably replace human decision making entirely.. Within the Department of Computer Science our AI/ML research interests span multiple areas: Foundational methods in ML and probabilistic methods (Kwang-Sung Jun, Jason Pacheco, Chicheng Zhang); Natural language processing (Mihai Surdeanu / CLU lab); Inferring statistical models from data with applications in computer vision and scientific data (Kobus Barnard / IVILAB); Enhancing visual representations of complex data (Carlos Scheidegger).. Our group is highly collaborative, both within ...
BACKGROUND: Pneumonia surveillance is difficult and time-consuming. The definition is complicated, and there are many opportunities for subjectivity in determining infection status. OBJECTIVE: To compare traditional infection control professional (ICP) surveillance for pneumonia among neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) patients with computerized surveillance of chest x-ray reports using an automated detection system based on a natural language processor. METHODS: This system evaluated chest x-rays from 2 NICUs over a 2-year period. It flagged x-rays indicative of pneumonia according to rules derived from the National Nosocomial Infection Surveillance System definition as applied to radiology reports. Data from the automated system were compared with pneumonia data collected prospectively by an ICP. RESULTS: Sensitivity of the computerized surveillance in NICU 1 was 71%, and specificity was 99.8%. The positive predictive value was 7.9%, and the negative predictive value (NPV) was >99%. Data from ...
0019]Information extraction research has also demonstrated how large unlabeled document collections and targeted developer feedback (such as in active learning) can be used to train production classifiers either singly or in combination. These techniques likewise have been rarely employed in commercial IE applications. The result is that, even when classifiers are used, they are typically created during the development process and are subsequently frozen, that is, treated as static components in the deployed application. It is well recognized that natural language systems cannot anticipate the diversity and complexity of linguistic expression. This is the principal reason that text and speech applications incorporate adaptation and feedback techniques. For example, spell checkers include at a minimum a user dictionary for words not found in the standard production word list. Speech recognition systems perform regular acoustic and language model adaptation to align themselves with the ...
Introduction Genetic polymorphisms conferring increased risk of myopathy to statins therapy have been identified by performing genome-wide association studies (GWAS). Identifying cases of myopathy from EMR involves meticulous review of hundreds of records for thousands of patients for a typical GWAS.. Hypothesis We hypothesized that natural language processing (NLP) is an efficient tool to detect genetic variation and common genetic variants are associated with statin induced myalgias.. Methods We conducted an EMR based GWAS of statin-related myalgias. We developed an electronic phenotyping algorithm to detect cases and controls that included billing codes, lab data and NLP of unstructured clinical text using predictive and negative key terms. Algorithm was validated by manual review of sample cohort of patient to achieve 89.9%, 90.9, 98.6%, and 81.7% of sensitivity, specificity, negative predictive value and accuracy respectively for detection of myopathy cases. Validated myopathy algorithm was ...
Dr. Yu is on faculty at the Department of Quantitative Health Sciences of University of Massachusetts medical school and Associate Director of Health Informatics of Center for Clinical and Translational Science of University of Massachusetts. Her affiliations also include an adjunct full professor position at the Department of Computer Science of University of Massachusetts and a Health Informatics Scientist at Central Western of Massachusetts VA Health System. She received her PhD in Biomedical Informatics from Columbia University. She is a nationally recognized expert in biomedical natural language processing (BioNLP), and has published more than 80 peer-reviewed articles in leading biomedical informatics and computer science journals and conference proceedings. She has served as co-Chair in the BioNLP sections of the Pacific Symposium of Biocomputing and IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics & Biomedicine. She is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Biomedical ...
PLAN2L is a online text mining and information extraction application for biology, for the plant model organism arabidopsis thaliana
0033] In particular, the concept discovery component 312 may implement an user interface 400 as illustrated in FIG. 4. The interface 400 may comprise a semi-automated, so-called ontology editor such as OntoGen (available at http://ontogen.ijs.si/). The OntoGen editor permits the discovery and editing of topic ontologies (i.e., a set of topics or concepts connected with each other via different types of relations) based on a corpus of documents. Using text-mining and clustering techniques, the OntoGen editor analyzes the corpus of documents (e.g., the natural language text 304) to suggest the existence of specific concepts in the documents. The OntoGen editor can display the discovered concepts as points on a two-dimensional map, e.g., the user interface 400 of FIG. 4. As shown, characteristic keywords of the discovered concepts are displayed at certain points (indicated by the + signs) on the map. The relative proximity of (or distance between) different points on the map corresponds to the ...
Your speech can offer a lot of information and clues into how your brain is functioning, says Katie Fraser, a PhD candidate in the department of computer science at the University of Toronto. Dementia is often linked to language, and using todays computational tools we can quickly evaluate a persons speech. Dementia is a disease affecting 47.5 million people worldwide (World Health Organization). Research has consistently shown that particular changes in speech and language can signal early onset of the disease. For Fraser, finding a computational solution for the detection of dementia has been the focus of her research and the idea behind the startup Winterlight Labs Inc.- software that uses natural language processing and machine learning technology to detect signs of dementia using speech samples.. Its important to get this research out of the academic sphere and into hands of people who can actually benefit from it, says Fraser. I think the best way to do this is to develop a ...
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Background: Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) occur in nearly all patients on chemotherapy, causing morbidity and therapy disruptions. Detection of such ADRs is limited in clinical trials, which are underpowered to detect rare events. Early recognition of ADRs in the postmarketing phase could substantially reduce morbidity and decrease societal costs. Internet community health forums provide a mechanism for individuals to discuss real-time health concerns and can enable computational detection of ADRs. Objective: The goal of this study is to identify cutaneous ADR signals in social health networks and compare the frequency and timing of these ADRs to clinical reports in the literature. Methods: We present a natural language processing-based, ADR signal-generation pipeline based on patient posts on Internet social health networks. We identified user posts from the Inspire health forums related to two chemotherapy classes: erlotinib, an epidermal growth factor receptor inhibitor, and nivolumab and
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Grammarly, which is likewise called Grammarly, is an American-founded Ukrainian innovation company that uses a web-based natural language processing and expert system software tool based on natural language processing and expert system. The main objective of the business is to supply first class software application and tools for language and grammar monitoring for clients all over the world. It has offices in North America, UK and Australia. The item that the company promises to use includes its own unique expert system engine that can detect word borders and enable you to inspect whether the words you want to inspect are present in the text, or not.. There are times when you have grammatical or spelling errors in your English language structure. This can be really embarrassing, specifically when it pertains to providing discussions or interacting with your co-workers. You may be lured to use grammar checker software application in order to remedy your English grammar. Nevertheless, the use of ...
Information for prospective students: Natural Language Processing at the University of Stuttgart: application, admission, requirements.
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Research on embodiment in language description is concerned with the way in which languages represent embodied activity and experience in the lexicon, expressions / phraseology and grammar (morphology, syntactic structures), for example the expression of the experience of spatial activity in verb- and satellite-framed languages or constructions in specific languages. It is also concerned with the embodied experience of linguistic signifiers (words as articulated units, prosodic units as embodied an interactive patterns verbal action) and the way in which they express (encode or enact, depending on the paradigm of reference) semantic representation and joint sense-making experience, at all semantic levels (from low-level phono symbolism grounded in sub morphemic units to high-level expressivity in constructions). Embodiment in language description focuses on natural languages, endangered languages, dialect variation, language contact, language change, is open to comparative and typological ...
The Dandelion Short Text Classification Curl Sample Code demonstrates how to use the API that classifies short documents into a set of user-defined classes. Its a customizable tool for text classification and defining models takes a couple of minutes ...
The viability of using rule-based systems for part-of-speech tagging was revitalised when a simple rule-based tagger was presented by Brill (1992). This tagger is based on an algorithm which automatically derives transformation rules from a corpus, using an error-driven approach. In addition to performing on par with state of the art stochastic systems for part-of-speech tagging, it has the advantage that the automatically derived rules can be presented in a human-readable format.. In spite of its strengths, the Brill tagger is quite language dependent, and performs much better on languages similar to English than on languages with richer morphology. This issue is addressed in this paper through defining rule templates automatically with a search that is optimised using Genetic Algorithms. This allows the Brill GA-tagger to search a large search space for templates which in turn generate rules which are appropriate for various target languages, which has the added advantage of removing the need ...
This Research Topic is cross-listed in the Frontiers in Psychology section - Language Sciences Cognitive Hearing Science is the new field that has emerged in response to an increasing awareness of the critical role of cognition in communication (Arlinger et al., 2009). Characteristic of cognitive hearing science models is that they emphasize the subtle balancing act, or interplay between bottom-up and top-down aspects of language processing. Working memory, especially complex working memory capacity (WMC) is important for online language processing during conversation. We use it to maintain relevant information, to inhibit irrelevant information, and to attend selectively to the information we want to track, but WMC is also important for type memory encoding into episodic long-term memory. Recent models of language understanding under adverse or distracting conditions have emphasized the complex interactions between working memory capacity (WMC), attention,
The Streaming Expression library includes a powerful mathematical programing syntax with many of the features of a functional programming language. The syntax includes variables, data structures and a growing set of mathematical functions.. This user guide provides an overview of the different areas of mathematical coverage starting with basic scalar math and ending with machine learning. Along the way the guide covers variables and data structures and techniques for combining Solrs powerful streams with mathematical functions to make every record in your Solr Cloud cluster computable.. Scalar Math: The functions that apply to scalar numbers.. Vector Math: Vector math expressions and vector manipulation.. Variables and Caching: Assigning and caching variables.. Matrix Math: Matrix creation, manipulation, and matrix math.. Streams and Vectorization: Retrieving streams and vectorizing numeric and lat/lon location fields.. Text Analysis and Term Vectors: Using math expressions for text analysis ...
Research keywords: lexicons. Lynne Cahill (Sussex) and I are developing a trilingual computer lexicon for the core vocabulary of Dutch, English and German. From a linguistic perspective, we are ascertaining the extent to which these Germanic languages can be lexically related, examining formal ways of expressing linguistic generalizations that hold across two or more languages, and assessing the degree to which the historical links between languages can be exploited in descriptions of the languages as they are now. From a computational perspective, we are evaluating how well existing techniques for representing monolingual lexicons generalize to the multilingual case and investigating the extent to which multilanguage lexical representation techniques can be applied within monolingual lexicons. Roger Evans (Brighton), Bill Keller (Sussex) and I have been responsible for the design of a formal language for lexical knowledge representation. DATR is a declarative language for representing a ...
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A voice-enabled help desk service is disclosed. The service comprises an automatic speech recognition module for recognizing speech from a user, a spoken language understanding module for understanding the output from the automatic speech recognition module, a dialog management module for generating a response to speech from the user, a natural voices text-to-speech synthesis module for synthesizing speech to generate the response to the user, and a frequently asked questions module. The frequently asked questions module handles frequently asked questions from the user by changing voices and providing predetermined prompts to answer the frequently asked question.
I am an Associate Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen. I got my PhD in Computer Science from the University of Turin, Italy, in 2012. I conduct interdisciplinary research at the intersection of computational social science, digital health, network science, and urban informatics. I use large-scale digital data to quantify peoples well-being and build systems that can improve it. Currently, I am focusing on Natural Language Processing to quantify social and psychological experiences from text. I had a few past professional roles: Senior Research Scientist at Bell Labs in Cambridge, UK; Research Fellow of the ISI Foundation in Turin; Research Scientist at Yahoo Labs Barcelona and London; visiting scientist at the Center for Complex Networks and Systems at Indiana University.. ...
Martin Emms and Arun Jayapal, An unsupervised EM method to infer time variation in sense probabilities, ICON 2015 : 12th International Conference on Natural Language Processing, Trivandrum, India, December 12-13 2015, 2015, 266 - 271 ...
Stanford HAI junior fellow Johannes Eichstaedt built an algorithm that can provide, in principle, a real-time indication of community health.
According wikipedia, Sentiment Analysis is defined like this: Sentiment analysis (also known as opinion mining) refers to the use of natural language processing, text analysis and computational linguistics to identify and extract subjective information in source materials. Generally speaking, sentiment … Continue reading →. ...
A computerized method for organizing information retrieval based on the content of a set of primary documents. The method generates answer hypotheses based on text found in the primary documents and,
Pie Model for Classical French, for Part-of-Speech and Morphology tags (CATTEX2009-max). Trained on a corpus of Classical French Theatre. More information: - corpus: Camps, Jean-Baptiste, & Cafiero, Florian. (2019). Stylometric Analysis of Classical French Theatre [Data set]. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3353421. - F. Cafiero and J.B. Camps, Why Molière most likely did write his plays, Science Advances, 27 Nov 2019: Vol. 5, no. 11, eaax5489, DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aax5489, https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/5/11/eaax5489/. - J.B. Camps, S. Gabay, Th. Clérice and F. Cafiero, Corpus and Models for Lemmatisation and POS-tagging of Classical French Theatre, to be published. Current results on test data: ::: Evaluation report for task: pos ::: all: accuracy: 0.9701 precision: 0.92 recall: 0.8964 support: 4181 ambiguous-tokens: accuracy: 0.9229 precision: 0.9203 recall: 0.9175 support: 934 unknown-tokens: accuracy: 0.8165 precision: 0.4798 recall: 0.4904 support: 218 :::
Part-of-Speech Tagging. 인공지능 연구실 정 성 원. The beginning. The task of labeling (or tagging) each word in a sentence with its appropriate part of speech. The representative put chairs on the table AT NN VBD NNS IN AT NN Using Brown/Penn tag sets Slideshow 5754425 by jaguar
RankBrain is not dead. RankBrain was Googles first artificial intelligence method for understanding queries in 2015. It looks at both queries and the content of web pages in Googles index to better understand what the meanings of the words are. BERT does not replace RankBrain, it is an additional method for understanding content and queries. Its additive to Googles ranking system. RankBrain can and will still be used for some queries. But when Google thinks a query can be better understood with the help of BERT, Google will use that. In fact, a single query can use multiple methods, including BERT, for understanding query. How so? Google explained that there are a lot of ways that it can understand what the language in your query means and how it relates to content on the web. For example, if you misspell something, Googles spelling systems can help find the right word to get you what you need. And/or if you use a word thats a synonym for the actual word that its in relevant documents, ...
Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a field in Artificial Intelligence enabling computers to understand natural (human) language. Natural language is difficult to handle especially when we have sarcasm, slang, different dialects, and flexible rules. Over the last few years, NLP algorithms have taken great strides. NLP applications include sentiment analysis, language translation, automatic tagging, text summarization etc.. The program is designed to provide theoretical and practical knowledge of state-of-the-art NLP applications through hands-on sessions on traditional and deep learning algorithms using appropriate packages such as NLTK, Spacy, Scikit-learn, TensorFlow/Keras etc.. Primary objectives of the MDP are:. ...
The goal of the fall 2014 Disease Outbreak Project (OutbreakSum) was to develop software for automatically analyzing and summarizing large collections of texts pertaining to disease outbreaks. Although our code was tested on collections about specific diseases--a small one about Encephalitis and a large one about Ebola--most of our tools would work on texts about any infectious disease, where the key information relates to locations, dates, number of cases, symptoms, prognosis, and government and healthcare organization interventions. In the course of the project, we developed a code base that performs several key Natural Language Processing (NLP) functions. Some of the tools that could potentially be useful for other Natural Language Generation (NLG) projects include: 1. A framework for developing MapReduce programs in Python that allows for local running and debugging; 2. Tools for document collection cleanup procedures such as small-file removal, duplicate-file removal (based on content ...
One of the most fruitful ways of addressing the question of what meaning is has been to ask what form a theory of meaning for a particular language should take. In this the work of Donald Davidson has been most influential. Davidson suggests that an adequate theory of meaning for a given language would be one which would suffice for the interpretation of speakers of that language. In addition, he has suggested that a Tarskian theory of truth (look at the reading under the semantic conception of truth in the chapter Logic and Metaphysics) could be employed as an adequate theory of meaning for natural languages.. Is it really possible that there could be a theory of truth for a natural language such as English-how is one to cope with context-sensitive expressions, for example? A truth theory is interpretive where the right-hand side of its T-theorems translate the sentence mentioned on the left-hand side: e.g., Elephants wear tutus in the wild is true in English if and only if elephants wear ...
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Year 2015-2016. November 2015 - Angelika Kratzer (Dept. of Linguistics, University of Massachusetts). December/January 2015/6 - Kit Fine (Dept. of Philosophy, NYU). Year 2014-2015. Multidominance in Movement and Ellipsis - December 2014 - Kyle Johnson (University of Massachusetts, Amherst). Vagueness and Trivalence in Natural Language - April 2015 - Paul Egré (CNRS). Number and Natural Language - June 2015 - David Barner (UCSD). Multi Dominance and the Nature of Movement - July 2015 - Danny Fox (MIT). Year 2013-2014. Modality and Dynamics - May 2014 - Seth Yalcin (UC Berkeley). Neuroanatomy of language: Basis, concepts and functional relevance - May 2014 - Katrin Amunts (Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf). School of Language Sciences Mini-course - A Diachronic View on Synchrony: Language Change and Linguistic Theory- May-June 2013 Josep M. Fontana (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona). Year 2012-2013. Semantic Frameworks - November 2012 - Daniel Rothschild (Oxford). Implicatures and ...
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The volume of digital content resources written as text documents is growing every day, at an unprecedented rate. Because this content is generally not structured as easy-to-handle units, it can be very difficult for users to find information they are interested in, or to help them accomplish their tasks. This in turn has increased the need for producing tailored content that can be adapted to the needs of individual users. A key challenge for producing such tailored content lies in the ability to understand how this content is structured. Hence, the efficient analysis and understanding of unstructured text content has become increasingly important. This has led to the increasing use of Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques to help with processing unstructured text documents. Amongst the different NLP techniques, Text Segmentation is specifically used to understand the structure of textual documents. However, current approaches to text segmentation are typically based upon using lexical ...
Position Description The Department of Computing Science at the University of Alberta is seeking applicants for post-doctoral fellows to work on a project related to information extraction. The ideal candidates are recent PhDs in Computer Science with strong background in information retrieval, linked open data, natural language processing, and information extraction from the web. Other areas where expertise is desirable include graph data management, network analysis, data analytics, and the semantic web. The projects will be conducted in the context of the NSERC Business Intelligence Network (http://bin.cs.utoronto.ca/), a collaborative research initiative involving several top Canadian Universities and key industrial partners IBM Canada, SAP Canada, and Palomino System Innovations Inc. The fellows will work under the supervision of PI Denilson Barbosa, within a team of PhD and MSc students, and build on ongoing work in information extraction with applications in business and environmental ...
The video was produced by Nederman, which produces and markets extraction systems. The video shows the effect of extraction systems during welding: it shows welders working with an extraction system and welders working without one. You can clearly see that the latter group is exposed to welding fumes.
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Parsing algorithms that process the input from left to right and construct a single derivation have often been considered inadequate for natural language parsing because of the massive ambiguity typically found in natural language grammars. Nevertheless, it has been shown that such algorithms, combined with treebank-induced classifiers, can be used to build highly accurate disambiguating parsers, in particular for dependency-based syntactic representations. In this article, we first present a general framework for describing and analyzing algorithms for deterministic incremental dependency parsing, formalized as transition systems. We then describe and analyze two families of such algorithms: stack-based and list-based algorithms. In the former family, which is restricted to projective dependency structures, we describe an arc-eager and an arc-standard variant; in the latter family, we present a projective and a non-projective variant. For each of the four algorithms, we give proofs of ...
The technology for evaluating psychotherapy has remained largely unchanged since Carl Rogers first published verbatim transcripts in the 1940s: sessions are recorded and then evaluated by human raters [23, 24]. Given the sheer volume of behavioral interventions in the healthcare delivery system, human evaluation will never be a feasible method for evaluating provider fidelity on a large scale. As a direct extension of this, feedback is rarely available to substance abuse providers in the community, and thus, therapists typically practice in a vacuum with little or no guidance on the quality of their therapy [25]. Similarly, clinic administrators have no information about the quality of their psychotherapy services.. The present research provides initial support for the utility of statistical text classification methods in the evaluation of psychotherapy. Using only text input, the labeled topic model showed a strong degree of accuracy for particular codes when tallied over sessions (e.g., open ...
GO Tag: Assigning Gene Ontology Labels to Medline Abstracts. Robert Gaizauskas. Natural Language Processing Group Department of Computer Science. M. Ghanem, Tom Barnwell , Y. Guo Department of Computing. GO Tag: Assigning Gene Ontology Labels to Medline Abstracts. Robert Gaizauskas. Slideshow 4327110 by irma
A computer-implemented system and method for visual document classification are provided. One or more uncoded documents, each associated with a visual representation, are obtained. Reference documents, each associated with a classification code and a visual representation of that classification code, are obtained. At least one of the uncoded documents is compared to the reference documents and the reference documents similar to the uncoded document are identified based on the comparison. A suggestion for assigning one of the classification codes to the uncoded document based on the classification codes of the similar reference documents is provided, including displaying the visual representation of the suggested classification code placed on a portion of the visual representation associated with the at least one uncoded document. An acceptance of the suggested classification code is received and a size of the displayed visual representation of the accepted classification code is increased.
Grammarly, which is likewise called Grammarly, is an American-founded Ukrainian technology firm that offers a web-based natural language processing and artificial intelligence software tool based upon natural language processing and artificial intelligence. The main goal of the business is to supply first class software and tools for language and grammar monitoring for customers all over the world. It has workplaces in The United States and Canada, UK and Australia. The product that the business assures to offer includes its own distinct artificial intelligence engine that can identify word limits and enable you to inspect whether the words you wish to examine are present in the text, or not.. When you have grammatical or spelling errors in your English language composition, there are times. This can be extremely awkward, particularly when it pertains to communicating or providing presentations with your colleagues. You might be lured to use grammar checker software application in order to ...
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