Tag: Jason Eisner

Jason Eisner elected ACL Fellow

January 3, 2019

Computer Science professor Jason Eisner has been elected a  Fellow of the Association for Computational Linguistics for  “significant contributions to probabilistic models and algorithms for finding linguistic structure, especially lexicalized syntax and morphology.” Established in 2011, the ACL Fellows program recognizes members whose “contributions to the field have been most extraordinary in terms of scientific and technical […]

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CLSP members win Best Long Paper and Outstanding Short Paper at ACL 2017

September 5, 2017

At this year’s Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) conference,  awards for Best Long Paper and Outstanding Short Paper were awarded to CLSP members Ryan Cotterell and Jason Eisner, and Keisuke Sakaguchi, Matt Post, and Benjamin Van Durme, respectively. Best Long Paper (1 of 751 reviewed) was awarded to Ryan Cotterell and Jason Eisner for their submission: Probabilistic […]

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A Difficult Ding–Made Easier

June 20, 2015

Philipp Koehn, Jason Eisner, and Chadia Abras are devising an interactive program that monitors a student’s comprehension and subtly introduces more foreign words each time a passage of text is read.

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Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering

Center for Language and Speech Processing
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Center for Language and Speech Processing