Technical Publications

 

Papers sorted into the following topic areas, in time order:

Ontologies, Lexical Semantics, Corpus Annotation, and Text Mining 

·  Ontologies and lexical semantics  

·  Corpus annotation

·  Information harvesting and text mining

Natural Language Processing Applications, Text Formatting, and Multimedia Issues

·  Information extraction, opinion identification, parsing, and automated text analysis

·  Biomedical text processing

·  Text summarization and evaluation

·  Question answering and information retrieval

·  Machine translation, MT evaluation, and Interlinguas

·  Dialogue and virtual agents

·  Coreference and anaphora

·  Planning of discourse structure, and discourse structure relations

·  Text generation (planning and realization)

·  Multimedia issues and text formatting

Digital Government Research

·  Knowledge integration, database access, and data alignment

·  eRegulations 

·  Other

Knowledge Integration, Database Access, and Data Alignment

Other 


            Ontologies, Lexical Semantics, and Corpus Annotation

·       Conference paper: Tratz, S. and E.H. Hovy. 2011. A Fast, Effective, Non-Projective, Semantically-Enriched Parser. Proceedings of the EMNLP conference.  Edinburgh, Scotland. Click here for pdf version.

·       Workshop paper: Kozareva, Z. and E.H. Hovy. 2011. Learning Temporal Information for States and Events. Proceedings of the Workshop on Workshop on Semantic Annotation for Computational Linguistic Resources at the International Conference on Semantic Computing (ICSC). Palo Alto, CA.

·       Mulkar-Mehta, R., C. Welty, J.R. Hobbs, and E.H. Hovy. 2011. Using Granularity Concepts for Extracting Causal Relations. Proceedings of the FLAIRS conference.  Palm Beach, FL. Click here for pdf version.

·       Mulkar-Mehta, R., J.R. Hobbs, and E.H. Hovy. 2011.  Granularity in Natural Language Discourse.  In J. Bos and S. Pulman (eds.), Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Computational Semantics (IWCS 2011), pp. 360–364.   

·       Conference paper: Kozareva, Z. and E.H. Hovy. 2010. A Semi-Supervised Method to Learn and Construct Taxonomies using the Web. Proceedings of the EMNLP conference.  Boston, MA. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper:  Kozareva, Z. and E.H. Hovy. 2010. Learning Arguments and Supertypes of Semantic Relations using Recursive Patterns. Proceedings of the Association of Computational Linguistics conference (ACL).  Stockholm, Sweden.  July 2010. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper:  Tratz, S. and E.H. Hovy. 2010. A Taxonomy, Dataset, and Classifier for Automatic Noun Compound Interpretation. Proceedings of the Association of Computational Linguistics conference (ACL).  Stockholm, Sweden. July 2010. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Kozareva, Z. and E.H. Hovy. 2010. Not All Seeds Are Equal: Measuring the Quality of Text Mining Seeds. Proceedings of the Human Language Technology / North American Association of Computational Linguistics conference (HLT-NAACL 2010).  Los Angeles, CA. June 2010. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H., Z. Kozareva, and E. Riloff.  2009. Toward Completeness in Concept Extraction and Classification. Proceedings of the Conference of Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP).  Singapore.  August 2009. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed multi-day symposium paper: Kozareva, Z., E.H. Hovy, and E. Riloff. 2009. Learning and Evaluating the Content and the Structure of a Term Taxonomy. Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium (Learning by Reading and Learning to Read). Stanford University, CA.  March 2009. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed book chapter: Farwell, D.L., B.J. Dorr, N. Habash, S. Helmreich, E.H. Hovy, R. Green, L. Levin, K. Miller, T. Mitamura, O. Rambow, F. Reeder, and A. Siddharthan. 2009. Interlingual Annotation of Multilingual Text Corpora and FrameNet. In H.C. Boas (ed.), Multilingual FrameNets in Computational Lexicography: Methods and Applications, 287–318. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

·       Conference paper: Zhu, J., H. Wang, and E.H. Hovy. 2008. Multi-Criteria-based Strategy to Stop Active Learning for Data Annotation. Proceedings of the COLING conference. Manchester, UK. August 2008.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Yu, L.-C., C.-H. Wu, and E.H. Hovy. 2008. OntoNotes: Corpus Cleanup of Mistaken Agreement Using Word Sense Disambiguation. Proceedings of the COLING conference. Manchester, UK. August 2008.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Kozareva, Z., E. Riloff, and E.H. Hovy. 2008. Semantic Class Learning from the Web with Hyponym Pattern Linkage Graphs. Proceedings of the Association of Computational Linguistics conference (ACL).  Columbus, OH. June 2008.  Click here for pdf version. 

·       Book chapter: Philpot, A., E.H. Hovy, and P. Pantel.  2008.  The Omega Ontology. In C.-R. Huang, N. Calzolari, A. Gangemi, A. Lenci, A. Oltramari, L. Prévot (eds), Ontology and the Lexicon, 309–322.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. December 2008.

·       Conference paper: Hartholt, A., T.A. Russ, D. Traum, E.H. Hovy, and S. Robinson. 2008. A Common Ground for Virtual Humans: Using an Ontology in a Natural Language Oriented Virtual Human.  Proceedings of the LREC conference. Marrakech, Morocco. May 2008.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Zhu, J. and E.H. Hovy. 2008. Learning a Stopping Criterion for Active Learning for Word Sense Disambiguation and Text Classification. Full paper in Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on NLP (IJCNLP). Hyderabad, India. January 2008.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference poster: Feng, D., G.A.P.C. Burns, and E.H. Hovy. 2008. Towards Automated Semantic Analysis on Large Scale Biomedical Text. Poster in Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on NLP (IJCNLP). Hyderabad, India. January 2008.

·       Book chapter of workshop paper: Philpot, A., E.H. Hovy, and P. Pantel. 2008. The Omega Ontology. In Huang, C.-R., A. Gangemi, A. Lenci, and N. Calzolari (eds), Ontologies and Lexical Resources for Natural Language Processing. Cambridge University Press.

·       Refereed workshop paper: Yu, L.C., C.H. Wu, A. Philpot, and E.H. Hovy. 2007. OntoNotes: Sense Pool Verification Using Google N-gram and Statistical Tests.  Proceedings of the OntoLex Workshop at the 6th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2007). Busan, Korea.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper (Best Paper Award): Pradhan, S., E.H. Hovy, M. Marcus, M. Palmer, L. Ramshaw, and R. Weischedel 2007. OntoNotes: A Unified Relational Semantic Representation. Full paper, in Proceedings of the First IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing (ICSC-07).  Irvine, CA. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Zhu, J. and E.H. Hovy. 2007. Active Learning for Word Sense Disambiguation with Methods for Addressing the Class Imbalance Problem. Full paper, in Proceedings of the EMNLP conference. Prague, Czech Republic. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference short paper / poster: Hovy, E.H., M. Marcus, M. Palmer, S. Pradhan, L. Ramshaw, and R. Weischedel. 2006. OntoNotes: The 90% Solution. Short paper.  Proceedings of the Human Language Technology / North American Association of Computational Linguistics conference (HLT-NAACL 2006). New York, NY.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Rambow, O., B. Dorr, D. Farwell, R. Green, N. Habash, S. Helmreich, E.H. Hovy, L. Levin, K. Miller, T. Mitamura, F. Reeder, A. Siddharthan. 2006. Parallel Syntactic Annotation of Multiple Languages.  Short paper. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC). Genoa, Italy.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Invited abstract for conference keynote talk: Hovy, E.H. 2006. Toward Semantic Corpora: Creating Concepts from Words via Senses, and Storing them in an Ontology.  Invited paper. Proceedings of the LREC conference. Genoa, Italy.

·       Conference paper: Kwon, N. and E.H. Hovy. 2006. Learning Semantic Frames from Multiple Sources. Proceedings of the 6th International conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational (CICLing-06). Mexico City, Mexico.  February 2006.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Book chapter of invited conference paper: Hovy, E.H. 2005. Methodologies for the Reliable Construction of Ontological Knowledge.  In F. Dau, M.-L. Mugnier, and G. Stumme (eds), Conceptual Structures: Common Semantics for Sharing Knowledge. Proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference on Conceptual Structures (ICCS 2005). Kassel, Germany. Springer Lecture Notes in AI 3596, pp 91–106.  Click here for pdf version. 

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Philpot, A., E.H. Hovy, and P. Pantel. 2005. The Omega Ontology. Proceedings of the ONTOLEX Workshop at the International Conference on Natural Language Processing (IJCNLP).  Jeju Island, Korea.  Click here for pdf version. 

·       Conference paper: Reeder, F., B. Dorr, D. Farwell, N. Habash, S. Helmreich, E.H. Hovy, L. Levin, T. Mitamura, K. Miller, O. Rambow, A. Siddharthan. 2004. Interlingua Development for MT Development.   Proceedings of AMTA conference.  Washington, DC.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Fleischman, M.B. and E.H. Hovy. 2004. Multi-Document Person Name Resolution.  Proceedings of the Reference Resolution Workshop at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL). Barcelona, Spain.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper:  Kwon, N., M.B. Fleischman, and E.H. Hovy. 2004.  SENSEVAL Automatic Labeling of Semantic Roles Using Maximum Entropy Models.  Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on the Evaluation of Systems for the Semantic Analysis of Text (SENSEVAL-3) at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL).  Barcelona, Spain.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference proceedings, invited paper: Philpot, A., M. Fleischman, E.H. Hovy. 2003. Semi-Automatic Construction of a General Purpose Ontology.  Proceedings of the International Lisp Conference.  New York, NY.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Journal paper (brief note): Hovy, E.H. 2003. Using an Ontology to Simplify Data Access.  Communications of the ACM, Special Issue on Digital Government. January.

·       Conference paper: Fleischman, M., N. Kwon, and E.H Hovy. 2003. Maximum Entropy Models for FrameNet Classification.  Proceedings of the EMNLP Conference. Sapporo, Japan.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper (short): Fleischman, M. and E.H. Hovy. 2003. A Maximum Entropy Approach to FrameNet Tagging.  Supplemental Proceedings of the Human Language Technology Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (HLT-NAACL). Edmonton, Canada.

·       Book chapter: Hovy, E.H. 2002. Comparing Sets of Semantic Relations in Ontologies. In R. Green, C.A. Bean, and S.H. Myaeng (eds), The Semantics of Relationships: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, pp. 91–110.  Dordrecht: Kluwer.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Agirre, E., O. Ansa, D. Martínez, E.H. Hovy. 2001. Enriching WordNet Concepts with Topic Signatures.  Proceedings of the Workshop on WordNet of the NAACL Conference. Pittsburgh, PA.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Agirre, E., O. Ansa, E.H. Hovy, and D. Martínez. 2000. Enriching Very Large Ontologies using the WWW.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Ontology Construction of the European Conference of AI (ECAI). Berlin, Germany. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Hovy, E.H. and S. Nirenburg. 1992. Approximating an Interlingua in a Principled Way.  Proceedings of the DARPA Speech and Natural Language Workshop. Arden House, NY. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. 1998. Combining and Standardizing Large-Scale, Practical Ontologies for Machine Translation and Other Uses.  Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC). Granada, Spain.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Dalianis, H. and E.H. Hovy. 1998. Integrating STEP Schemata using Automatic Methods.  Proceedings of Workshop on Applications of Ontologies and Problem-Solving Methods,ECAI-98. Brighton, England.

·       Conference paper: Okumura, A. and E.H. Hovy. 1994. Ontology Concept Association using a Bilingual Dictionary.  Proceedings of the 1st AMTA Conference. Columbia, MD.

·       Conference paper: Okumura, A. and E.H. Hovy. 1994. Building a Japanese-English Dictionary Based on Ontology for Machine Translation.  Proceedings of the ARPA Human Language Technology Conference. Princeton, NJ.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Hovy, E.H. and K. Knight. 1993. Motivation for Shared Ontologies: An Example from the Pangloss Collaboration.  Proceedings of Workshop on Knowledge Sharing and Information Interchange, IJCAI-93. Chambéry, France. 

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Corpus Annotation

·       Refereed journal paper: Zhu, J., H. Wang, E.H. Hovy, and M. Ma. 2010. Confidence-based Stopping Criteria for Active Learning for Data Annotation.  ACM Transactions on Speech and Language Processing. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed journal paper: Hovy, E.H. and J.M. Lavid. 2010. Towards a ‘Science’ of Corpus Annotation: A New Methodological Challenge for Corpus Linguistics. International Journal of Translation Studies.

·       Refereed journal paper: Dorr, B., D. Farwell, R. Green, N. Habash, S. Helmreich, E.H. Hovy, L. Levin, K. Miller, T. Mitamura, O. Rambow, F. Reeder, A. Siddharthan. 2010.  Interlingual Annotation of Parallel Corpora.  Journal of Natural Language Engineering. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Zhu, J., H. Wang, and E.H. Hovy. 2008. Multi-Criteria-based Strategy to Stop Active Learning for Data Annotation.  Proceedings of the COLING Conference.  Manchester, UK.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Yu, L.C., C.H. Wu, and E.H. Hovy. 2008. OntoNotes: Corpus Cleanup of Mistaken Agreement Using Word Sense Disambiguation.  Proceedings of the COLING Conference.  Manchester, UK.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Zhu, J. and E.H. Hovy. 2008. Learning a Stopping Criterion for Active Learning for Word Sense Disambiguation and Text Classification. Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on NLP (IJCNLP). Hyderabad, India.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed workshop paper: Yu, L.C., C.H. Wu, A. Philpot, and E.H. Hovy. 2007. OntoNotes: Sense Pool Verification Using Google N-gram and Statistical Tests.  Proceedings of the OntoLex Workshop at the 6th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2007). Busan, Korea.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper (Best Paper Award): Pradhan, S., E.H. Hovy, M. Marcus, M. Palmer, L. Ramshaw, and R. Weischedel 2007. OntoNotes: A Unified Relational Semantic Representation. Full paper, in Proceedings of the First IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing (ICSC-07).  Irvine, CA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Zhu, J. and E.H. Hovy. 2007. Active Learning for Word Sense Disambiguation with Methods for Addressing the Class Imbalance Problem. Full paper, in Proceedings of the EMNLP conference. Prague, Czech Republic. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference short paper / poster: Hovy, E.H., M. Marcus, M. Palmer, S. Pradhan, L. Ramshaw, and R. Weischedel. 2006. OntoNotes: The 90% Solution. Short paper.  Proceedings of the Human Language Technology / North American Association of Computational Linguistics conference (HLT-NAACL 2006). New York, NY.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Rambow, O., B. Dorr, D. Farwell, R. Green, N. Habash, S. Helmreich, E.H. Hovy, L. Levin, K. Miller, T. Mitamura, F. Reeder, A. Siddharthan. 2006. Parallel Syntactic Annotation of Multiple Languages.  Short paper. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC). Genoa, Italy.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Invited abstract for conference keynote talk: Hovy, E.H. 2006. Toward Semantic Corpora: Creating Concepts from Words via Senses, and Storing them in an Ontology.  Invited paper. Proceedings of the LREC conference. Genoa, Italy.

·       Book chapter of invited conference paper: Hovy, E.H. 2005. Methodologies for the Reliable Construction of Ontological Knowledge.  In F. Dau, M.-L. Mugnier, and G. Stumme (eds), Conceptual Structures: Common Semantics for Sharing Knowledge. Proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference on Conceptual Structures (ICCS 2005). Kassel, Germany. Springer Lecture Notes in AI 3596, pp 91–106.  Click here for pdf version. 

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Levin, L., T. Mitamura, O. Rambow, A. Siddharthan, E.H. Hovy, F. Reeder, K. Miller, D. Farwell, S. Helmreich, B. Dorr, N. Habash, R. Green, 2004. Multilingual Text Annotation.   Proceedings of the Workshop on Corpus Semantics at LREC conference.  Lisbon, Portugal.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper of invited talk: Farwell, D., S. Helmreich, B.J. Dorr, N. Habash, K. Miller, F. Reeder, L. Levin, T. Mitamura, E.H. Hovy, O. Rambow, A. Siddharthan. 2004. Interlingual Annotation of Multilingual Text Corpora.  Proceedings of the HLT-NAACL Workshop on Frontiers in Corpus. Boston, MA.  

·       Conference paper: Reeder, F., B. Dorr, D. Farwell, N. Habash, S. Helmreich, E.H. Hovy, L. Levin, T. Mitamura, K. Miller, O. Rambow, A. Siddharthan. 2004. Interlingual Annotation for MT Development.   Proceedings of AMTA conference.  Washington, DC.  Click here for pdf version.

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Information Harvesting and Text Mining

·       Conference paper: Kozareva, Z. and E.H. Hovy. 2010. A Semi-Supervised Method to Lean and Construct Taxonomies using the Web. Proceedings of the EMNLP conference.  Boston, MA.

·       Conference poster: Peñas, A. and E.H. Hovy. 2010. Filling Knowledge Gaps in Text for Machine Reading. Poster in Proceedings of the COLING conference.  Beijing, China.

·       Conference poster: Hovy, D., S. Tratz, and E.H. Hovy. 2010. What’s in a Preposition?—Dimensions of Sense Disambiguation for an Interesting Word Class.  Poster in Proceedings of the COLING conference.  Beijing, China.

·       Conference paper:  Kozareva, Z. and E.H. Hovy. 2010. Learning Arguments and Supertypes of Semantic Relations using Recursive Patterns. Proceedings of the Association of Computational Linguistics conference (ACL).  Stockholm, Sweden.  July 2010. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper:  Bhagat, R. and E.H. Hovy. 2009. Acquiring Paraphrases from Text Corpora.  Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Knowledge Capture (K-CAP). Redondo Beach, CA.  September 2009.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H., Z. Kozareva, and E. Riloff.  2009. Toward Completeness in Concept Extraction and Classification. Proceedings of the Conference of Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP).  Singapore. August 2009. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed multi-day symposium paper: Kozareva, Z., E.H. Hovy, and E. Riloff. 2009. Learning and Evaluating the Content and the Structure of a Term Taxonomy. Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium (Learning by Reading and Learning to Read). Stanford University, CA.  March 2009. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Kozareva, Z., E. Riloff, and E.H. Hovy. 2008. Semantic Class Learning from the Web with Hyponym Pattern Linkage Graphs. Proceedings of the Association of Computational Linguistics conference (ACL).  Columbus, OH. June 2008.  Click here for pdf version. 

·       Conference poster: Bhagat, R., P. Pantel and E.H. Hovy. 2007. LEDIR: An Unsupervised Algorithm for Learning Directionality of Inference Rules. Poster in Proceedings of the EMNLP conference. Prague, Czech Republic. August 2007. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Pantel, P., R. Bhagat, B. Coppola, T. Chklovski and E.H. Hovy. 2007. ISP: Learning Inferential Selectional Preferences. Proceedings of the Human Language Technology / North American Association of Computational Linguistics conference (HLT-NAACL 2007). Rochester, NY. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper (poster):  Feng, D. and E.H. Hovy. 2005.  Handling Biographical Questions with Implicature.  Proceedings of the Human Language Technology / Empirical Methods in NLP conference (HLT-EMNLP). Vancouver, Canada.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Ravichandran, D., P. Pantel, and E.H. Hovy. 2005. Randomized Algorithms and NLP: Using Locality Sensitive Hash Functions for High Speed Noun Clustering.  Proceedings of the conference of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL).  Ann Arbor, MI.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Pantel, P., D. Ravichandran, and E.H. Hovy. 2004. Towards Terascale Knowledge Acquisition.  Proceedings of the COLING conference. Geneva, Switzerland. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Fleischman, M., A. Echihabi, and E.H. Hovy. 2003. Offline Strategies for Online Question Answering: Answering Questions Before They Are Asked.   Proceedings of the ACL Conference. Sapporo, Japan. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Ravichandran, D. and E.H. Hovy. 2002. Learning Surface Text Patterns for a Question Answering System.  Proceedings of the 40th ACL conference. Philadelphia, PA. Click here for pdf version.

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Information Extraction, Opinion Identification, Parsing, and Automated Text Analysis

·       Refereed workshop paper: Metzler, D. and E.H. Hovy. 2011. Mavuno: A Scalable and Effective Hadoop-Based Paraphrase Harvesting System. Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Large-scale Data Mining: Theory and Applications (LDMTA) at the SIGKDD conference.  San Diego, CA. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed workshop paper: Kozareva, Z. and E.H. Hovy. 2011. Learning Temporal Information for States and Events. Proceedings of the Workshop on Workshop on Semantic Annotation for Computational Linguistic Resources at the International Conference on Semantic Computing (ICSC). Palo Alto, CA. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference poster: Metzler, D., E.H. Hovy, and C. Zhang. 2011. An Empirical Evaluation of Data-Driven Paraphrase Generation Techniques.  Short paper in Proceedings of the conference of the Association of Computational Linguistics (ACL). Portland, OR.  Click here for pdf version. 

·       Refereed conference poster: Hovy, D., A. Vaswani, S. Tratz, D. Chiang, and E.H. Hovy. 2011. Models and Training for Unsupervised Preposition Sense Disambiguation.  Short paper in Proceedings of the conference of the Association of Computational Linguistics (ACL). Portland, OR.  Click here for pdf version.  

·       Refereed workshop paper: Pokkunuri, S., C. Ramakrishnan, E. Riloff, EH. Hovy, and G. Burns. 2011. The Role of Information Extraction in The Design of a Document Triage Application for Biocuration. Proceedings of the BioNLP workshop at the conference of the Association of Computational Linguistics conference (ACL).  Portland, OR.

·       Refereed workshop paper: Gouws, S., D. Metzler, C. Cai, and E.H. Hovy. 2011. Contextual Bearing on Linguistic Variation in Social Media.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Language in Social Media at the conference of the Association of Computational Linguistics conference (ACL).  Portland, OR.

·       Refereed workshop paper: Ramakrishnan, C., W.A. Baumgartner Jr., J. Blake, G.A.P.C. Burns, K. Bretonnel Cohen, H. Drabkin, J. Eppig, E.H. Hovy, C.-N. Hsu, L.E. Hunter, T. Ingulfsen, K. Livingston, H. Onda, S. Pokkunuri, E. Riloff, C. Roeder, K. Verspoor. 2007. Building the Scientific Knowledge Mine (SciKnowMine): A Community-Driven Framework for Text Mining Tools in Direct Service to Biocuration.  Proceedings of the Workshop on New Challenges for NLP Frameworks at the LREC conference.  Malta.

·       Refereed conference poster: Bhagat, R., E.H. Hovy, and S. Patwardhan. 2009. Acquiring Paraphrases from Text Corpora.  Proceedings of the Knowledge Capture Conference (K-CAP). Redondo Beach, CA.  Click here for pdf version. 

·       Refereed conference poster: Feng, D., G.A.P.C. Burns, and E.H. Hovy. 2008. Towards Automated Semantic Analysis on Large Scale Biomedical Text. Poster. Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on NLP (IJCNLP). Hyderabad, India.

·       Refereed book chapter: Burns, G.A.P.C., D. Feng, and E.H. Hovy. 2007.  Intelligent Approaches to Mining the Primary Research Literature: Techniques, Systems, and Examples.  In A. Kelemen, A. Abraham, Y. Chen, and Y. Liang (eds), Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics. Springer Verlag, series Studies in Computational Linguistics. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Kwon, N., and E.H. Hovy. 2007. Information Acquisition using Multiple Classifications.  Proceedings of the K-CAP07 conference.  Banff, Canada.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Porter, B., K. Barker, E.H. Hovy, J.R. Hobbs, R. Mulkar. 2007. Learning by Reading: A Prototype System, Performance Baseline, and Lessons Learned. Proceedings of the AAAI conference. Vancouver, Canada.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Feng, D., G.A.P.C. Burns and E.H. Hovy. 2007. Extracting Data Records from Unstructured Biomedical Full Text.  Full (oral) paper, in Proceedings of the EMNLP conference. Prague, Czech Republic. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Kim, S.M. and E.H. Hovy. 2007. CRYSTAL: Analyzing Predictive Opinions on the Web. Full (oral) paper, in Proceedings of the EMNLP conference. Prague, Czech Republic. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Mulkar, R., J.R. Hobbs, and E.H. Hovy. 2007.  Learning from Reading Syntactically Complex Biology Texts. Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium Commonsense'07. Stanford University, CA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Kwon, N., E.H. Hovy, and S.W. Shulman. 2007.  Identifying and Classifying Subjective Claims. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2007). Philadelphia, PA. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed workshop paper: Burns, G.A.P.C., D. Feng, T. Ingulfsen, E.H. Hovy. 2007. Infrastructure for Annotation-Driven Information Extraction from the Primary Scientific Literature: Principles and Practice. Proceedings of the 1st IEEE International Workshop on Service Oriented Technologies for Biological Databases and Tools (SOBDAT 2007) at the ICWS/SCC conference, Salt Lake City, UT.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed workshop paper: Kim, J., G. Chern, D. Feng, E. Shaw, E.H. Hovy. 2007. Mining and Assessing Discussions on the Web through Speech Act Analysis. Proceedings of the Web Content Mining with Human Language Technologies with Human Language Technologies Workshop at the International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC). Athens, GA.

·       Refereed workshop paper: Mulkar, R., J.R. Hobbs, E.H. Hovy, H. Chalupsky, and C.-Y. Lin. 2007.  Learning by Reading: Two Experiments. Proceedings of the IJCAI Workshop on Knowledge and Reasoning for Answering Questions (KRAQ). Hyderabad, India.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Kwon, N., S. Shulman, and E.H. Hovy. 2006.  Multidimensional Text Analysis for eRulemaking. Full paper. Proceedings of the National Conference on Digital Government (dg.o 2006).  San Diego, CA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Feng, D. and E.H. Hovy. 2006. Learning to Detect Conversation Focus of Threaded Discussions. Full paper.   Proceedings of the Human Language Technology / North American Association of Computational Linguistics conference (HLT-NAACL 2006). New York, NY.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Kim, S.M. and E.H. Hovy. 2006. Identifying and Analyzing Judgment Opinions.  Full paper.  Proceedings of the Human Language Technology / North American Association of Computational Linguistics conference (HLT-NAACL 2006). New York, NY.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Kim, S.-M. and E.H. Hovy. 2006. Extracting Opinions Expressed in Online News Media Text with Opinion Holders and Topics.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Sentiment and Subjectivity in Text at the joint COLING-ACL conference.  Sydney, Australia.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference poster: Kim, S-M. and E.H. Hovy. 2006. Automatic Identification of Pro and Con Reasons in Online Reviews. Poster. Companion Proceedings of the conference of the ACL.  Sydney, Australia.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Feng, D. and E.H. Hovy. 2005. MRE: A Study on Evolutionary Language Understanding.  Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Natural Language Understanding and Cognitive Science (NLUCS). Miami, FL.

·       Refereed one-day workshop proceedings paper: Kim, S.-M. and E.H. Hovy. 2005. Identifying Opinion Holders for Question Answering in Opinion Texts.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Question Answering in Restricted Domain at the Conference of the American Association of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-05).  Pittsburgh, PA.

·       Project highlight in conference proceedings: Shulman, S. J. Callan, E.H. Hovy, and S. Zavestoski. 2005. Language Processing Technology for Electronic Rulemaking.  Proceedings of NSF’s national conference on Digital Government (dg.o 2005). Atlanta, GA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Book chapter: Filatova, E. and E.H. Hovy. 2005. Assigning Time-Stamps to Event-Clauses. In I. Mani, J. Pustejovsky, and R. Gaizauskas (eds), The Language of Time: A Reader, 523–523.  Oxford University Press.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Journal article (short note): Shulman, S. J. Callan, E.H. Hovy, and S. Zavestoski. 2004. SGER Collaborative: A Testbed for eRulemaking Data.  Journal of E-Government 1(1), pp. 123–127.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Kim, S.-M. and E.H. Hovy. 2004. Determining the Sentiment of Opinions.  Proceedings of the COLING conference.  Geneva, Switzerland.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Project highlight in conference proceedings: Shulman, S., J. Callan, E.H. Hovy, and S. Zavestoski. 2004. SGER Collaborative: A Testbed for eRulemaking Data.  Proceedings of NSF’s national conference on Digital Government (dg.o 2004).  Seattle, WA. 

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H., A. Philpot, J.L. Klavans, U. Germann, P.T. Davis, S.D. Popper. 2003. Extending Metadata Definitions by Automatically Extracting and Organizing Glossary Definitions.  Proceedings of the dg.o 2003 conference. Boston, MA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Fleischman, M. and E.H. Hovy. 2003. Recommendations Without User Preferences: A Natural Language Processing Approach.  Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI). Miami Beach, FL.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Kwon, N., M.B. Fleischman, and E.H. Hovy. 2004. FrameNet-based Semantic Parsing using Maximum Entropy Models.  Proceedings of the COLING conference.  Geneva, Switzerland.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Filatova, E. and E.H. Hovy. 2001. Assigning Time-Stamps to Event-Clauses.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Temporal and Spatial Reasoning at the Conference of the ACL. Toulouse, France. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper (poster): Gallippi, A. and E.H. Hovy. 1997. A Machine Learning Approach to Multilingual Proper Name Recognition.  Proceedings of the Conference of the Natural Language Processing Pacific Rim Symposium, NLPRS. Phuket, Thailand.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Kasper, R. and E.H. Hovy. 1990. Integrated Semantic and Syntactic Parsing using Classification.  Proceedings of the DARPA Speech and Natural Language Workshop. Pittsburgh, PA. 

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Biomedical Text Processing

·       Journal paper: Russ, T.A., C. Ramakrishnan, E.H. Hovy, M. Bota, and G.A.P.C. Burns. 2011. Knowledge Engineering Tools for Reasoning with Scientific Observations and Interpretations: A Neural Connectivity Use Case.  BMC Bioinformatics 12:351. doi:10.1186/1471-2105-12-351..

·       Refereed workshop paper: Pokkunuri, S., C. Ramakrishnan, E. Riloff, EH. Hovy, and G. Burns. 2011. The Role of Information Extraction in The Design of a Document Triage Application for Biocuration. Proceedings of the BioNLP workshop at the conference of the Association of Computational Linguistics conference (ACL).  Portland, OR.

·       Journal paper. Clarke, P., S. Evans, and E.H. Hovy. 2010. Indigenous Message Tailoring Increases Consumption of Fresh Vegetables by Clients of Community Pantries.  Health Communication 27.

·       Refereed workshop paper: Ramakrishnan, C., W.A. Baumgartner Jr., J. Blake, G.A.P.C. Burns, K. Bretonnel Cohen, H. Drabkin, J. Eppig, E.H. Hovy, C.-N. Hsu, L.E. Hunter, T. Ingulfsen, K. Livingston, H. Onda, S. Pokkunuri, E. Riloff, C. Roeder, K. Verspoor. 2007. Building the Scientific Knowledge Mine (SciKnowMine): A Community-Driven Framework for Text Mining Tools in Direct Service to Biocuration.  Proceedings of the Workshop on New Challenges for NLP Frameworks at the LREC conference.  Malta.

·       Refereed workshop paper: DiMarco, C., D. Wiljer, and E.H. Hovy. 2009. Self-Managed Access to Personalized Healthcare through Automated Generation of Tailored Health Educational Materials from Electronic Health Records. Proceedings of the Virtual Healthcare Interaction (VHI 09) workshop at the AAAI Fall Symposium.  Washington DC.

·       Refereed conference poster: Feng, D., G.A.P.C. Burns, and E.H. Hovy. 2008. Towards Automated Semantic Analysis on Large Scale Biomedical Text. Poster. Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on NLP (IJCNLP). Hyderabad, India.

·       Unrefereed conference poster: Burns G.A.P.C., E.H. Hovy, and T. Ingulfsen. 2008. Biomedical Knowledge Engineering Approaches Driven by Processing the Primary Experimental Literature. Poster. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics Conference. Abstract: Neuroinformatics 2008/. doi: 10.3389/conf.neuro.11.2008.01.011.

·       Refereed book chapter: Burns, G.A.P.C., D. Feng, and E.H. Hovy. 2007.  Intelligent Approaches to Mining the Primary Research Literature: Techniques, Systems, and Examples.  In A. Kelemen, A. Abraham, Y. Chen, and Y. Liang (eds), Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics. Springer Verlag, series Studies in Computational Intelligence.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: Feng, D., G.A.P.C. Burns and E.H. Hovy. 2007. Extracting Data Records from Unstructured Biomedical Full Text.  Full (oral) paper, in Proceedings of the EMNLP conference. Prague, Czech Republic. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: DiMarco, C., H.D. Covvey, P. Bray, D. Cowan, V. DiCiccio, E.H. Hovy, J. Lipa, and D. Mulholland. 2007. The Development of a Natural Language Generation System for Personalized e-Health Information. Proceedings of the12th International Health (Medical) Informatics Congress (Medinfo 2007).  Brisbane, Australia. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed workshop paper: Burns, G.A.P.C., D. Feng, T. Ingulfsen, E.H. Hovy. 2007. Infrastructure for Annotation-Driven Information Extraction from the Primary Scientific Literature: Principles and Practice. Proceedings of the 1st IEEE International Workshop on Service Oriented Technologies for Biological Databases and Tools (SOBDAT 2007) at the ICWS/SCC conference, Salt Lake City, UT.  Click here for pdf version

·       Refereed conference paper: DiMarco, C., P. Bray, H.D. Covvey, D.D. Cowan, V. DiCiccio, E.H. Hovy, J. Lipa, and C. Yang. 2006. Authoring and Generation of Individualized Patient Education Materials. Proceedings of the Conference of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA). Washington DC. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: DiMarco, C., D. Cowan, P. Bray, D. Covvey, V. Di Ciccio, E.H. Hovy, J. Lipa, and D. Mulholland. 2006. A Physician’s Authoring Tool for Generation of Personalized Health Education in Reconstructive Surgery. Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Argumentation for Consumers of Healthcare.  Stanford University, CA.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: DiMarco, C., P. Bray, D. Covvey, D. Cowan, V. DiCiccio, ,J. Lipa, and E.H. Hovy. 2005. Authoring and Generation of Tailored Preoperative Patient Education Materials.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Personalisation for e-Health at the User Modeling (UM) Conference.  Edinburgh, UK. 

·       Burns, G.A.P.C. and E.H. Hovy. 2006. The NeuroScholar System as a Natural Language Processing Platform for the Neuroscience Literature.  Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Atlanta, GA.

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Text Summarization and Evaluation

·       Refereed conference demo description: Cai, C. and E.H. Hovy. 2010. Summarizing Textual Information about Locations in a Geo-Spatial Information Display System. Proceedings of the demos of the conference on Human Language Technology of the North American chapter of the ACL (HLT-NAACL 10). Los Angeles, CA.

·       Refereed workshop paper: Tratz, S. and E.H. Hovy. 2008. Summarization Evaluation Using Transformed Basic Elements. Proceedings of Text Analytics Conference (TAC-08).  NIST, Gaithersburg, MD. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Zhou, L. N. Kwon, and E.H. Hovy. 2007. A Semi-Automated Evaluation Scheme: Automated Nuggetization for Manual Annotation. Proceedings of the Human Language Technology / North American Association of Computational Linguistics conference (HLT-NAACL 2007). Rochester, NY. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference demo description: Zhou, L., N. Kwon, and E.H. Hovy. 2007. A Semi-Automatic Evaluation Scheme: Automated Nuggetization for Manual Annotation.  Demo paper. Proceedings of the conference on Human Language Technology of the North American chapter of the ACL (HLT-NAACL 07). Rochester, NY.

·       Conference paper: Zhou, L. and E.H. Hovy. 2006. A Semi-Automatic Evaluation Scheme. Proceedings of the DARPA GALE PI workshop. San Francisco, CA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Zhou, L., D. Munteanu, C.-Y. Lin, E.H. Hovy. 2006. ParaEval: Using Paraphrases to Evaluate Summaries Automatically.  Full paper.  Proceedings of the Human Language Technology / North American Association of Computational Linguistics conference (HLT-NAACL 2006). New York, NY.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H., C.-Y. Lin, L. Zhou, and J. Fukumoto. 2006. Automated Summarization Evaluation with Basic Elements. Full paper. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC). Genoa, Italy.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Zhou, L., C.-Y. Lin, and E.H. Hovy. 2006. Summarizing Answers for Complicated Questions. Full paper. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC). Genoa, Italy.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Zhou, L. and E.H. Hovy. 2006. On the Summarization of Dynamically Introduced Information: Online Discussions and Blogs. Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Computational Approaches to Analyzing Weblogs. Stanford, CA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Unrefereed report: Lin, C.Y., L. Zhou, E.H. Hovy, and H.T. Dang. 2005. Multilingual Summarization Evaluation 2005: Automatic Evaluation Report.  Report for Multilingual Summarization Evaluation workshop 2005 (MSE2005). 

·       Encyclopedia entry: Hovy, E.H. 2005. Automated Text Summarization.   In R. Mitkov (ed), The Oxford Handbook of Computational Linguistics, pp. 583–598.  Oxford: Oxford University Press.  Click here for pdf version.

·       System demo in conference proceedings: Zhou, L., E. Shaw, C.-Y. Lin, and E.H. Hovy. 2005. Classummary: Introducing Discussion Summarization to Online Classrooms.  Demonstration; short paper in Companion Proceedings of the Human Language Technology / Empirical Methods in NLP conference (HLT-EMNLP). Vancouver, Canada.

·       Conference paper: Zhou, L. and E.H. Hovy. 2005. Digesting Virtual “Geek” Culture: The Summarization of Technical Internet Relay Chats.   Proceedings of the conference of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL).  Ann Arbor, MI.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Hovy, E.H., C.-Y. Lin, and L. Zhou. 2005. A BE-based Multi-document Summarizer with Sentence Compression.  Proceedings of the Multilingual Summarization Evaluation Workshop at the ACL 2005 conference.  Ann Arbor, MI.  Click here for pdf version. 

·       Technical report: Lin, C.Y., L. Zhou, E.H. Hovy, and H.T. Dang. 2005. Multilingual Summarization Evaluation 2005: Automatic Evaluation Report.   Report of the Multilingual Summarization Evaluation 2005 effort (MSE2005). 

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Zhou, L. and E.H. Hovy. 2005. Fine-grained Clustering for Summarizing Chat Logs.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Beyond Threaded Conversation, held at the Computer-Human Interaction conference (CHI2005). Portland OR.

·       Conference paper (poster): Zhou, L., M. Ticrea, and E.H. Hovy. 2004. Multi-Document Biography Summarization.  Conference on Empirical Methods in NLP (ENMLP). Barcelona Spain.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Zhou, L. and E.H. Hovy. 2004. Template-Filtered Headline Summarization.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Automated Text Summarization at the ACL 2004 conference.  Barcelona, Spain.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Journal paper: Leuski, A., C.-Y. Lin, L. Zhou, U. Germann, F.J. Och, and E.H. Hovy. 2003. Cross-lingual C*ST*RD: English Access to Hindi Information.  ACM Transactions on Asian Language Information Processing (TALIP) Special Issue on the Surprise Language Exercise Part II, 2(3), pp. 245–269.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Lin, C.-Y. and E.H. Hovy. 2003. Automatic Evaluation of Summaries Using N-gram Co-Occurrence Statistics.   Proceedings of the Human Language Technology Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (HLT-NAACL). Edmonton, Canada.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Zhou, L. and E.H. Hovy. 2003. A Web-Trained Extraction Summarization System.  Proceedings of the Human Language Technology Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (HLT-NAACL). Edmonton, Canada.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Zhou, L. and E.H. Hovy. 2003. Headline Summarization at ISI.  Proceedings of the Document Understanding Conference DUC-03, at the HLT-NAACL Conference. Edmonton, Canada.

·       System demo in conference proceedings: Leuski, A., C.-Y. Lin, and E.H. Hovy. 2003. iNeATS: Interactive Multi-Document Summarization.  Companion Proceedings of the ACL Conference. Sapporo, Japan.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Lin, C.-Y. and E.H. Hovy. 2003. The Potential and Limitations of Automatic Sentence Extraction for Summarization.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Automatic Summarization (DUC03), held at the HLT-NAACL03 conference. Edmonton, Canada.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Lin, C.-Y. and E.H. Hovy. 2002. From Single to Multi-document Summarization: A Prototype System and its Evaluation. Proceedings of the ACL conference. Philadelphia, PA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Lin, C.-Y. and E.H. Hovy. 2002. Automated Multi-Document Summarization in NeATS. Proceedings of the Human Language Technology (HLT) Conference. San Diego, CA. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Lin, C.-Y. and E.H. Hovy. 2000. The Automated Acquisition of Topic Signatures for Text Summarization. Proceedings of the COLING Conference. Saarbrücken, Germany. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper, invited: Hovy, E.H. and C.-Y. Lin. 2000. Automated Text Summarization and the SUMMARIST System. Proceedings of the TIPSTER Text Program, Phase III, pp. 197–214.

·       Magazine paper: Radev, D.R. and E.H. Hovy. 1999. Report on AAAI Spring Symposium on Intelligent Text Summarization. AI Magazine 20(3), p. 84. Fall issue.

·       Book chapter: Hovy, E.H. and C.Y. Lin. 1998. Automated Text Summarization in SUMMARIST. In M. Maybury and I. Mani (eds), Advances in Automatic Text Summarization. Cambridge: MIT Press.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop paper: Hovy, E.H. and C.-Y. Lin. 1998. Automated Text Summarization and the SUMMARIST System.  Proceedings of the TIPSTER Workshop. Baltimore, MD.

·       Conference paper: Lin, C.Y. and E.H. Hovy. 1997. Identifying Topic by Position.  Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Applied Natural Language Processing, ANLP. Washington, DC.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Hovy, E.H. and C.Y. Lin. 1997. Automated Text Summarization in SUMMARIST.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Intelligent Text Summarization, ACL/EACL-97. Madrid, Spain.

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Question Answering and Information Retrieval

·       Conference paper: Yu, L.-C., C.-H. Wu, C.-Y. Lin, E.H. Hovy, and C.-L. Lin. 2007. Topic Analysis for Psychiatric Document Retrieval. Proceedings of the Association of Computational Linguistics conference (ACL-07). Prague, Czech Republic. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Feng, D., D. Ravichandran, E.H. Hovy. 2006.  Mining and Re-ranking for Answering Biographical Queries on the Web. Proceedings of the conference of the American Association of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-06).  Full paper, poster presentation.   Boston, MA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Feng, D., E. Shaw, J. Kim, and E.H. Hovy. 2006. An Intelligent Discussion-Bot for Answering Student Queries in Threaded Discussions. Proceedings of the Intelligent User Interface conference (IUI). Sydney, Australia.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Book chapter: Echihabi, A., U. Hermjakob, E.H. Hovy, D. Marcu, E. Melz, and D. Ravichandran. 2005. How to Select an Answer String?   In T. Strzalkowski and S. Harabagiu (eds), Advances in Textual Question Answering. Kluwer.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Journal paper: Khan, L., D. McLeod, E.H. Hovy. 2005. A Framework for Effective Annotation of Information from Closed Captions Using Ontologies.   Journal of Intelligent Information Systems, 25(2), pp. 181–205. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 

·       Journal paper: Khan, L., D. McLeod, and E.H. Hovy. 2004. Retrieval Effectiveness of an Ontology-Based Model for Information Selection.  Journal for Very Large Data Bases (VLDB). 13(1), pp. 71–85.  Click here for pdf version. 

·       Conference paper: Fleischman, M. and E.H. Hovy. 2003. Recommendations Without User Preferences: A Natural Language Processing Approach.  Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI). Miami Beach, FL.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Ravichandran, D., E.H. Hovy, and F.J. Och. 2003. Statistical QA—Classifier vs. Re-ranker: What’s the Difference?   Proceedings of the ACL Workshop on Multilingual Summarization and Question Answering—Machine Learning and Beyond. Sapporo, Japan. 

·       Journal paper: Leuski, A., C.-Y. Lin, L. Zhou, U. Germann, F.J. Och, and E.H. Hovy. 2003. Cross-lingual C*ST*RD: English Access to Hindi Information.  ACM Transactions on Asian Language Information Processing (TALIP) Special Issue on the Surprise Language Exercise Part II, 2(3), 245–269.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Newsletter article, invited: Hovy, E.H., A. Leuski, and C.-Y. Lin. 2003. CuSTaRD: Integrating Language Technologies for Hindi.   TIDES Newsletter, July issue.

·       Conference paper: Fleischman, M., A. Echihabi, and E.H. Hovy. 2003. Offline Strategies for Online Question Answering: Answering Questions Before They Are Asked.   Proceedings of the ACL Conference. Sapporo, Japan. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Ravichandran, D. and E.H. Hovy. 2002. Learning Surface Text Patterns for a Question Answering System.  Proceedings of the 40th ACL conference. Philadelphia, PA. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H., L. Gerber, U. Hermjakob, C.-Y. Lin, and D. Ravichandran. 2001. Toward Semantics-Based Answer Pinpointing.  Proceedings of the DARPA Human Language Technology Conference (HLT). San Diego, CA.  Click here for pdf version.  

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H., L. Gerber, U. Hermjakob, M. Junk, and C.-Y. Lin. 2001. Question Answering in Webclopedia.  Proceedings of the TREC-9 Conference. NIST, Gaithersburg, MD. Click here for pdf version.   

·       Multi-day workshop paper, invited (one-page system demo description): Lin, C.-Y. and E.H. Hovy. 1999. Multilingual Information Access: The MuST System and its Integration with Systran. Proceedings of the DARPA IM/IC&V Meeting. San Diego.

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Machine Translation, MT Evaluation, and Interlinguas

·       Refereed journal paper: Dorr, B., D. Farwell, R. Green, N. Habash, S. Helmreich, E.H. Hovy, L. Levin, K. Miller, T. Mitamura, O. Rambow, F. Reeder, A. Siddharthan. 2010.  Interlingual Annotation of Parallel Corpora.  Journal of Natural Language Engineering.

·       Refereed workshop paper: Tratz, S. and E.H. Hovy. 2008. BEwT-E: Basic Elements with Transformations for Evaluation. Proceedings of the Metrics-MATR Workshop at the EMNLP Conference. Honolulu, HI. October 2008.

·       Conference paper: Bhagat, R. and E.H. Hovy. 2007. Phonetic Models for Generating Spelling Variants.  Full (oral) paper.  Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI). Hyderabad, India.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Zhou, L., C.-Y. Lin, and E.H. Hovy. 2006. Re-evaluating Machine Translation Results with Paraphrase Support.   Proceedings of EMNLP conference.  Sydney, Australia.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Encyclopedia entry (invited): Dorr, B.J., E.H. Hovy, and L. Levin. 2005. Interlinguas In Machine Translation.   Entry for Natural Language Processing and Machine Translation in Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd ed. (ELL2).  Click here for pdf version.

·       Journal paper: Hovy, E.H., M. King, and A. Popescu-Belis. 2003. Principles of Context-Based Machine Translation Evaluation.   Machine Translation 2002, 17(1), pp. 43–75.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Reeder, F., B. Dorr, D. Farwell, N. Habash, S. Helmreich, E.H. Hovy, L. Levin, T. Mitamura, K. Miller, O. Rambow, A. Siddharthan. 2004. Interlingual Annotation for MT Development.   Proceedings of AMTA conference.  Washington, DC.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Dinh, D., H. Kiem, and E.H. Hovy. 2003. BTL: a Hybrid Model for English – Vietnamese Machine Translation.  Proceedings of the Machine Translation Summit IX. New Orleans, LA. 

·       Conference paper: King, M., A. Popescu-Belis, and E.H. Hovy. 2003. FEMTI: Creating and Using a Framework for MT Evaluation.  Proceedings of the Machine Translation Summit IX. New Orleans, LA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Levin, L., T. Mitamura, O. Rambow, A. Siddharthan, E.H. Hovy, F. Reeder, K. Miller, D. Farwell, S. Helmreich, B. Dorr, N. Habash, R. Green, 2004. Multilingual Text Annotation.   Proceedings of the Workshop on Corpus Semantics at LREC conference.  Lisbon, Portugal.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper of invited talk: Farwell, D., S. Helmreich, B.J. Dorr, N. Habash, K. Miller, F. Reeder, L. Levin, T. Mitamura, E.H. Hovy, O. Rambow, A. Siddharthan. 2004. Interlingual Annotation of Multilingual Text Corpora.  Proceedings of the HLT-NAACL Workshop on Frontiers in Corpus. Boston, MA.  

·       Report: Hovy, E.H., E. Filatova, M. King, and B. Maegaard. 2001. The ISLE Classification of Machine Translation Evaluations. See http://www.isi.edu/natural-language/mteval/

·       Panel statement in conference proceedings: King, M., E.H. Hovy, B.K. T'sou, J. White, and Y. Zaharin. 1999. MT Evaluation (panel statements).  Proceedings of the Seventh MT Summit. Singapore.

·       Multi-day workshop paper, invited (one-page system demo description): Lin, C.-Y. and E.H. Hovy. 1999. Multilingual Information Access: The MuST System and its Integration with Systran. Proceedings of the DARPA IM/IC&V Meeting. San Diego.

·       Workshop paper, unrefereed: Hovy, E.H. 1999. Toward Finely Differentiated Evaluation Metrics for Machine Translation.  EAGLES Handbook, EAGLES Advisory Group. Pisa, Copenhagen, Geneva.

·       Encyclopedia article: Hovy, E.H. 1998. Machine Translation. Entry for MIT Encyclopedia of Computer Science (MITECS). Cambridge: MIT Press.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Book: Farwell, D., L. Gerber, and E.H. Hovy (editors). 1998. Machine Translation and the Information Soup. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence number 1529.

·       Conference paper: Gerber, L. and E.H. Hovy. 1998. Improving Machine Translation Quality by Manipulating Sentence Length. In D. Farwell, L. Gerber, and E.H. Hovy (editors), Machine Translation and the Information Soup: Proceedings of the 3rd AMTA Conference. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence number 1529.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. 1998. Creating Useful Evaluation Metrics for Machine Translation. Presented at the 1st International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC). Granada, Spain.

·       Magazine article: Hovy, E.H. 1998. Evaluating Machine Translation. Article in elsenews 7.3 (Newsletter of the European Network in Language and Speech), July 1998.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. and L. Gerber. 1997. MT at the Paragraph Level: Improving English Synthesis in Systran.  Proceedings of the 4th Conference of Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Machine Translation, TMI. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

·       Magazine article: Hovy, E.H. 1996. Deepening Wisdom or Compromised Principles? The Hybridization of Statistical and Symbolic MT Systems. Statement in Point-Counterpoint Debate Forum, IEEE Magazine, pp. 16–18. April 1996.

·       Conference paper: Knight, K., I. Chander, M. Haines, V. Hatzivassiloglou, E.H. Hovy, M. Iida, S.K. Luk, R.A. Whitney, and K. Yamada. 1995. Filling Knowledge Gaps in a Broad-Coverage MT System.  Proceedings of the 14th IJCAI Conference. Montreal, Canada.

·       Magazine article: Hovy, E.H. 1995. Machine Translation Today. AI Expert Special Issue: The Hitchhiker's Guide to AI, pp. 51–57. June 1995.

·       One-day workshop paper, unrefereed: Hovy, E.H. 1995. Lexis Across Languages: Tailoring Interlinguas to Suit. Proceedings of the Workshop on Computational Lexical Semantics of Verbs. Philadelphia, PA.

·       Conference paper: Knight, K., I. Chander, M. Haines, V. Hatzivassiloglou, E.H. Hovy, M. Iida, S.K. Luk, A. Okumura, R.A. Whitney, and K. Yamada. 1994. Integrating Knowledge Bases and Statistics in MT.  Proceedings of the 1st AMTA Conference. Columbia, MD.

·       Conference paper: Frederking, R., S. Nirenburg, D. Farwell, S. Helmreich, E.H. Hovy, K. Knight, S. Beale, C. Domashnev, D. Attardo, D. Grannes, and R. Brown. 1994. The Pangloss Mark III Machine Translation System.  Proceedings of the 1st AMTA Conference. Columbia, MD.

·       Technical report: Farwell, D., R. Frederking, S. Helmreich, E.H. Hovy, K. Knight, L. Levin, S. Nirenburg. 1994. The Pangloss Mark III Machine Translation System. Unpublished joint Technical Report, CMU/CMT, NMSU/CRL, USC/ISI.

·       Journal article: Church, K.W. and E.H. Hovy. 1993. Good Applications for Crummy Machine Translation. Machine Translation 8, pp. 239–258. Click here for pdf.

·       Magazine article: Hovy, E.H. 1993. How MT Works. Byte Magazine (January 1993) Special Feature on Machine Translation, pp. 167–176.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. 1993. Syntax, Semantics, or What? Approaching an Interlingua for Language Translation by Computer using Generalizations from Grammars. Presented at the 18th International Conference of Systemic Linguistics. Victoria, Canada, July 1993. Also presented at the International Workshop of Systemic Linguistics. Madrid, Spain, July 1993.

·       Magazine article: Hovy, E.H. 1993. MT at Your Service. Byte Magazine Special Feature on Machine Translation, p. 160.  January 1993 issue.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Hovy, E.H. and S. Nirenburg. 1992. Approximating an Interlingua in a Principled Way.  Proceedings of the DARPA Speech and Natural Language Workshop. Arden House, NY.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Report: Brown, P.F. and E.H. Hovy. 1992. DARPA’s Boston MT Party: The DARPA Workshop on MT. Boston, August 1992. MT News October 1992.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Church, K.W. and E.H. Hovy. 1991. Good Applications for Crummy Machine Translation.  Proceedings of the Natural Language Processing Systems Evaluation Workshop, ACL-91, pp. 147–157.  Berkeley, CA. Proceedings also appears as Rome Laboratory Technical Report RL-TR-91-362, December 1991.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Hovy, E.H. 1989. New Possibilities in Machine Translation.  Proceedings of the DARPA Speech and Natural Language Workshop. Harwichport, MA.

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Dialogue and Virtual Agents

·       Conference paper: Hartholt, A., T.A. Russ, D. Traum, E.H. Hovy, and S. Robinson. 2008. A Common Ground for Virtual Humans: Using an Ontology in a Natural Language Oriented Virtual Human.  Proceedings of the LREC conference. Marrakech, Morocco. May 2008.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed workshop paper: Kim, J., G. Chern, D. Feng, E. Shaw, E.H. Hovy. 2007. Mining and Assessing Discussions on the Web through Speech Act Analysis. Proceedings of the Web Content Mining with Human Language Technologies with Human Language Technologies Workshop at the International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC). Athens, GA.

·       Conference paper: Feng, D., J. Kim, E. Shaw, E.H. Hovy. 2006.  Towards Modeling Threaded Discussions through Ontology-based Analysis.  Proceedings of the conference of the American Association of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-06).  Full paper, oral presentation.  Boston, MA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Feng, D. and E.H. Hovy. 2006. Learning to Detect Conversation Focus of Threaded Discussions. Full paper.   Proceedings of the Human Language Technology / North American Association of Computational Linguistics conference (HLT-NAACL 2006). New York, NY.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed magazine article: Swartout, W.R., J. Gratch, R. Hill, E.H. Hovy, S. Marsella, J. Rickel, D. Traum. 2006. Toward Virtual Humans. AI magazine, 96–108.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Fleischman, M. and E.H. Hovy. 2006. Taking Advantage of the Situation: Non-Linguistic Context for Natural Language Interfaces to Interactive Virtual Environments. Proceedings of the Intelligent User Interface conference (IUI). Sydney, Australia, January 2006.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Zhou, L. and E.H. Hovy. 2006. On the Summarization of Dynamically Introduced Information: Online Discussions and Blogs. Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Computational Approaches to Analyzing Weblogs. Stanford, CA.  March 2006.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Kim, J., E. Shaw, D. Feng, C. Beal, E.H. Hovy. 2006. Modeling and Assessing Student Activities in On-Line Discussions. Proceedings of the Workshop on Educational Data Mining at the conference of the American Association of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-06). Boston, MA.

·       Conference paper: Feng, D., E. Shaw, J. Kim, and E.H. Hovy. 2006. An Intelligent Discussion-Bot for Answering Student Queries in Threaded Discussions. Proceedings of the Intelligent User Interface conference (IUI). Sydney, Australia.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Book chapter: Swartout, W.R., J. Gratch, R. Hill, E.H. Hovy, R. Lindheim, S. Marsella, J. Rickel, and D. Traum. 2005. Simulation in Hollywood: Integrating Graphics, Sound, Story and Character for Immersive Simulation.   In O. Stock and M. Zancanaro (eds), Multimodal Intelligent Information Presentation.  Springer Verlag.

·       Magazine article and refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Swartout, B., J. Gratch, R. Hill, E.H. Hovy, S. Marsella, J. Rickel, and D. Traum.  2005. Towards Virtual Humans.  AI Magazine. 2005.  Earlier version in Proceedings of the American Association of Artificial Intelligence Fall Symposium on Achieving Human-Level Intelligence Through Integrated Systems and Research.  Washington, DC.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper (poster): Bhagat, R. A. Leuski, and E.H. Hovy. 2005. Statistical Shallow Semantic Parsing despite Little Training Data.  Poster.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Parsing Technology (IWPT) at the Human Language Technology / Empirical Methods in NLP conference (HLT-EMNLP). Vancouver, Canada.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Traum, D., M. Fleischman, E.H. Hovy. 2003. NL Generation for Virtual Humans in a Complex Social Environment.   Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Natural Language Generation in Spoken and Written Dialogue.  Palo Alto, CA.  Click here for pdf version.

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Coreference and Anaphora

·       Journal article: Recasens, M., E.H. Hovy, and M.A. Martí. 2011. Identity, Non-identity, and Near-identity: Addressing the Complexity of Coreference.  Lingua 121(6):1138–1152.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Journal article: Recasens, M. and E.H. Hovy. 2010. BLANC: Implementing the Rand Index for Coreference Evaluation.  Journal of Natural Language Engineering.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper:  Recasens, M. and E.H. Hovy. 2010. Coreference Resolution across Corpora: Languages, Coding Schemes, and Preprocessing Information. Proceedings of the Association of Computational Linguistics conference (ACL).  Stockholm, Sweden. July 2010.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Recasens, M. and E.H. Hovy. 2009.  A Deeper Look into Features for Coreference Resolution. A Deeper Look into Features for Coreference Resolution. In S. Lalitha Devi, A. Branco, and R. Mitkov (eds.), Anaphora Processing and Applications (DAARC 2009), India.  LNAI 5847:29-42. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Recasens, M. and E.H. Hovy. 2010. A Typology of Near-Identity Relations for Coreference (NIDENT). Proceedings of the LREC conference. Malta. Click here for pdf version.

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Planning of Discourse Structure, and Discourse Structure Relations

·       Book: Hovy, E.H. and D.R. Scott (editors). 1996. Computational and Conversational Discourse: Burning Issues in Discourse. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer Verlag (NATO Series F, no. 151).

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Hovy, E.H. 1995. The Multifunctionality of Discourse Markers. Presented at the Workshop on Discourse Markers. Egmond-aan-Zee, The Netherlands, January 1995. Click here for pdf version. Click here for relations, in ps.

·       Unpublished ms: Hovy, E.H. and E. Maier. 1995. Parsimonious or Profligate: How Many and Which Discourse Structure Relations? Unpublished ms.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Journal article: Hovy, E.H. 1993. Automated Discourse Generation Using Discourse Structure Relations. Artificial Intelligence 63(1–2) Special Issue on Natural Language Processing, pp. 341–386.

·       Book chapter: Hovy, E.H. 1993. From Interclausal Relations to Discourse Structure—A Long Way Behind, a Long Way Ahead. In H. Horacek and M. Zock (eds), New Concepts in Natural Language Generation: Planning, Realization, and Systems, pp. 57–68. London: Pinter.

·       Book chapter: Maier, E. and E.H. Hovy. 1993. Organizing Discourse Structure Relations using Metafunctions. In H. Horacek and M. Zock (eds), New Concepts in Natural Language Generation: Planning, Realization, and Systems, pp. 69–86.  London: Pinter.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Hovy, E.H. 1993. In Defense of Syntax: Informational, Intentional, and Rhetorical Structures in Discourse.  Proceedings of Workshop on Intentionality and Structure in Discourse Relations, ACL-93. Columbus, OH.

·       Book chapter: Hovy, E.H., J. Lavid, E. Maier, V. Mittal, and C.L. Paris. 1992. Employing Knowledge Resources in a New Text Planning Architecture. In R. Dale, E. Hovy, D. Rösner, and O. Stock (eds) Aspects of Automated Natural Language Generation. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer Verlag Lecture Notes in AI number 587, pp. 57–72. Presented at the 6th International Workshop on Language Generation. Trento, Italy, April 1992.

·       Journal article: Hovy, E.H. 1991. Recent Trends in Computational Research on Monologic Discourse Structure. Computational Intelligence 7(4) Special Issue on Language Generation, pp. 363–366.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Maier, E. and E.H. Hovy. 1991. A Metafunctionally Motivated Taxonomy for Discourse Structure Relations.  Proceedings of the 3rd European Workshop on Language Generation. Innsbruck, Austria.  Click here for ps version.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Hovy, E.H. 1991. Explanation Generation in Historical Context: Two Methodologies of Investigating Discourse Structure. Presented at the Workshop on Comparative Analysis of Explanation Planning Architectures, AAAI-91, Anaheim, CA.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Hovy, E.H. 1990. Parsimonious and Profligate Approaches to the Question of Discourse Structure Relations.  Proceedings of 5th International Workshop on Language Generation. Pittsburgh, PA.

·       Book chapter: Hovy, E.H. 1990. Approaches to the Planning of Coherent Text. In C.L. Paris, W.R. Swartout, and W.C. Mann (eds), Natural Language in Artificial Intelligence and Computational Linguistics. Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers. First presented at the 4th International Workshop on Language Generation, Santa Catalina Island, CA, July 1988. Also available as USC/Information Sciences Institute Research Report ISI/RS-89-245. Also available as USC/Information Sciences Institute Research Report ISI/RS-89-245.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper and book chapter: Hovy, E.H. 1989. Unresolved Issues in Paragraph Planning. In R. Dale, C. Mellish, and M. Zock (eds), Current Research in Natural Language Generation, pp. 17–45.  New York: Academic Press. First presented at the 2nd European Workshop on Natural Language Generation. Edinburgh, Scotland, April 1989.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. and K.F. McCoy. 1989. Focusing Your RST: A Step toward Generating Coherent Multisentential Text.  Proceedings of the 11th Cognitive Science Conference. Ann Arbor, MI.

·       Report: Hovy, E.H. 1989. Notes on Dialogue Management and Text Planning in the LILOG Project. Unpublished manuscript, LILOG, IBM Deutschland, Stuttgart, Germany.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. 1988. Planning Coherent Multisentential Text.  Proceedings of 26th ACL Conference. Buffalo, NY. Also available as USC/Information Sciences Institute Research Report ISI/RS-88-209. Click here for postscript version. 

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Text Generation (Planning and Realization)

·       Refereed workshop paper: DiMarco, C., D. Wiljer, and E.H. Hovy. 2009. Self-Managed Access to Personalized Healthcare through Automated Generation of Tailored Health Educational Materials from Electronic Health Records. Proceedings of the Virtual Healthcare Interaction (VHI 09) workshop at the AAAI Fall Symposium.  Washington DC.

·       Refereed conference paper: Hovy, E.H. and J. Lavid. 2007. Classifying Clause-Initial Phenomena in English: Insights for Microplanning in NLG. Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Natural Language Processing (SNLP). Pattaya, Thailand.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: DiMarco, C., H.D. Covvey, P. Bray, D. Cowan, V. DiCiccio, E.H. Hovy, J. Lipa, and D. Mulholland. 2007. The Development of a Natural Language Generation System for Personalized e-Health Information. Proceedings of the12th International Health (Medical) Informatics Congress (Medinfo 2007).  Brisbane, Australia.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference paper: DiMarco, C., P. Bray, H.D. Covvey, D.D. Cowan, V. DiCiccio, E.H. Hovy, J. Lipa, and C. Yang. 2006. Authoring and Generation of Individualized Patient Education Materials. Proceedings of the Conference of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA). Washington DC.  Click here for pdf version.  

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: DiMarco, C., D. Cowan, P. Bray, D. Covvey, V. Di Ciccio, E.H. Hovy, J. Lipa, and D. Mulholland. 2006. A Physician’s Authoring Tool for Generation of Personalized Health Education in Reconstructive Surgery. Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Argumentation for Consumers of Healthcare.  Stanford University, CA.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: DiMarco, C., P. Bray, D. Covvey, D. Cowan, V. DiCiccio, ,J. Lipa, and E.H. Hovy. 2005. Authoring and Generation of Tailored Preoperative Patient Education Materials.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Personalisation for e-Health at the User Modeling (UM) Conference.  Edinburgh, UK. 

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Traum, D., M. Fleischman, E.H. Hovy. 2003. NL Generation for Virtual Humans in a Complex Social Environment.   Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Natural Language Generation in Spoken and Written Dialogue.  Palo Alto, CA.   Click here for pdf version. 

·       Encyclopedia article: Hovy, E.H. 2000. Language Generation. Entry for Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. London: McMillan.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Encyclopedia article: Hovy, E.H. 1998. Natural Language Generation. Entry for MIT Encyclopedia of Computer Science (MITECS). Cambridge: MIT Press. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Hirst, G., C. DiMarco, E.H. Hovy, and K. Parsons. 1997. Authoring and Generating Health-Education Documents that are Tailored to the Needs of the Individual Patient.  In A. Jameson, C. Paris, and C. Tasso (eds), Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on User Modeling (UM97), pp. 107–118. Sardinia, Italy. Vienna and New York: Springer.  See http://um.org.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: DiMarco, C., G. Hirst, and E.H. Hovy. 1997. Generation by Selection and Repair as a Method for Adapting Text for the Individual Reader. Proceedings of the Workshop on Flexible Hypertext, 8th ACM International Hypertext Conference. Southampton, England.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Dalianis, H. and E.H. Hovy. 1997. On Lexical Aggregation and Ordering. Proceedings of the Sixth European Workshop on Natural Language Generation. Duisburg, Germany.  Abbreviated version in Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Natural Language Generation. Brighton, England, July 1996.

·       Magazine article: Hovy, E.H. 1997. Natural Language Generation: Current and Future Status. (Translated into Chinese.) Invited paper for Chinese Journal of the International Electronics Information Series Network Communications and Multimedia 3, September 1997, Hong Kong.

·       Book chapter: Dalianis, H. and E.H. Hovy. 1996. Aggregation in Natural Language Generation.  In G. Adorni and M. Zock (eds.), Trends in Natural Language Generation: an Artificial Intelligence Perspective.  Springer Verlag Lecture Notes series.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Wanner, L. and E.H. Hovy. 1996. The HealthDoc Sentence Planner. Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Natural Language Generation.  Brighton, England.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Hovy, E.H. and L. Wanner. 1996. Managing Sentence Planning Requirements. Proceedings of workshop on New Directions in Planning and Natural Language Generation, ECAI-96.  Budapest, Hungary.

·       Workshop paper, invited: Hovy, E.H. 1996. An Overview of Natural Language Generation. Invited for presentation at a workshop on Language Generation in Shanghai, China, May 1996.

·       Encyclopedia/review article: Hovy, E.H. 1996. A Review of Natural Language Generation. In Cole, R., J. Mariani, H. Uszkoreit, A. Zaenen, and V. Zue (eds), Survey of the State of the Art in Human Language Technology. Report commissioned by NSF (Washington, DC) and LRE (Brussels, Belgium). See http://www.cse.ogi.edu/CSLU/HLTsurvey/.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Hovy, E.H. and J.M. Lavid. 1994. Toward a Multidimensional Framework of Text Types to Guide the Automated Generation of Text.  Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Language Generation. Kennebunkport, ME.

·       Magazine article: De Smedt, K., E.H. Hovy, D.D. McDonald, and M. Meteer. 1995. The Seventh International Workshop on Natural Language Generation. AI Magazine 16(3), pp. 67–68.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Dalianis, H. and E.H. Hovy. 1993. Aggregation in Natural Language Generation.  Proceedings of the 4th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation. Pisa, Italy.  Also in G. Adorni and M. Zock (eds.), Trends in Natural Language Generation: an Artificial Intelligence Perspective. Springer Verlag Lecture Notes series, 1996.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Hovy, E.H. 1993. Automated Discourse Planning and Generation. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Text and Discourse, San Diego, CA.

·       Book article of panel statement: Hovy, E.H. 1993. On the Generator Input of the Future. Panel presentation published in New Concepts in Natural Language Generation: Planning, Realization, and Systems, H. Horacek and M. Zock (eds), pp. 283–287. London: Pinter.

·       Book: Dale, R., E.H. Hovy, D. Rösner, and O. Stock (editors). 1992. Aspects of Automated Natural Language Generation. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer Verlag Lecture Notes in AI number 587.

·       Journal article: Hovy, E.H. 1992. On the Methodology for Constructing Models of People Using Language Generation. (Translated into French by J. Anis, entitled Sur la Méthodologie pour Construire des Modèles de l'être Humain à Travers la Génération de Langage). Langages 106, Special Issue on Language Generation, pp. 75–91.

·       Journal article: Hovy, E.H. 1992. A New Level of Natural Language Generation Technology: Capabilities and Possibilities. IEEE Expert 7(2), pp. 12–17.

·       Book Chapter: Bateman, J.A. and E.H. Hovy. 1992. An Overview of Computational Text Generation.  In C. Butler (ed), Computers and Texts: An Applied Perspective, pp. 53–74. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

·       Workshop paper, unrefereed: Hovy, E.H. 1992. Sentence Planning Requirements for Automated Explanation Generation. Proceedings of the Workshop on Explanation Facilities for Model-Based Expert Systems, DIAMOD-Bericht no. 23, Sankt Augustin, Germany.

·       Journal article: Hovy, E.H. 1990. Pragmatics and Natural Language Generation. Artificial Intelligence 43(2), pp. 153–198. Also available as USC/Information Sciences Institute Research Report ISI/RS-89-233.  Click here for pdf version. 

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. 1990. Pragmatics and Natural Language Processing. Proceedings of the Rocky Mountain AI Conference on Pragmatics. Las Cruces, NM.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. 1990. A New Level of Natural Language Generation Technology: Capabilities and Possibilities. Proceedings of the 5th AI Systems in Government Conference. Washington, DC.

·       Magazine article: Hovy, E.H., D.D. McDonald, and S. Young. 1989. Current Issues in Natural Language Generation: An Overview of the AAAI Workshop on Text Planning and Realization. AI Magazine 10(3).

·       Book review: Hovy, E.H. 1989. Book review of Systemic Text Generation as Problem Solving, by T. Patten. Computational Linguistics 15(2).

·       Workshop paper, unrefereed: Hovy, E.H. 1989. New Possibilities of Natural Language Generation Systems. Presented at the 7th Intelligence Community Symposium on AI, Washington, DC.

·       Book: Hovy, E.H. 1988. Generating Natural Language under Pragmatic Constraints. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. 1988. Two Types of Planning in Language Generation.  Proceedings of 26th ACL Conference. Buffalo, NY. Also available as USC/Information Sciences Institute Research Report ISI/RS-88-208.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Hovy, E.H. 1988. On the Study of Text Planning and Realization.  Proceedings of Workshop on Text Planning and Realization, AAAI-88, St. Paul, MN.

·       Book chapter: Hovy, E.H. 1988. Generating Language with a Phrasal Lexicon.  In D.D. McDonald and L. Bolc (eds), Natural Language Generation Systems, pp. 353–384.  New York: Springer Verlag.

·       Conference paper, unrefereed: Hovy, E.H. 1988. Pauline: An Experiment in Interpersonal, Ideational, and Textual Language Generation by Computer. Presented at the 15th International Systemics Congress, East Lansing, MI.

·       Journal article: Hovy, E.H. 1987. Generating Natural Language under Pragmatic Constraints. Journal of Pragmatics 11(6), pp. 689–719.

·       Book chapter: Hovy, E.H. 1987. Some Pragmatic Decision Criteria in Generation.  In G. Kempen (ed) Natural Language Generation: New Results in Artificial Intelligence, Psychology, and Linguistics. Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

·       Ph.D. dissertation: Hovy, E.H. 1987. Generating Natural Language under Pragmatic Constraints. Ph.D. dissertation. Yale University Technical Report YALEU/CSD/RR#521.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. 1987. Interpretation in Generation.  Proceedings of the 6th AAAI Conference. Seattle, WA. Also available as USC/Information Sciences Institute Research Report ISI/RS-88-186.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. 1987. What Makes Language Formal?  Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Seattle, WA.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Hovy, E.H. 1987. Some Pragmatic Decision Criteria in Generation.  In G. Kempen (ed) Natural Language Generation: New Results in Artificial Intelligence, Psychology, and Linguistics. Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers. First presented at the 3rd International Workshop on Language Generation, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, Aug. 1986.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. 1986. Putting Affect into Text.  Proceedings of the 8th Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Amherst, MA.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. 1985. Integrating Text Planning and Production in Generation.  Proceedings of the 9th IJCAI Conference. Los Angeles, CA.

·       Book chapter: Hovy, E.H. and R.C. Schank. 1984. Language Generation by Computer. In B.G. Bara and G. Guida (eds), Natural Language Processing. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company (165–196).

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Multimedia Issues and Text Formatting

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: DiMarco, C., E.H. Hovy, and M.E. Foster. 1999. Layout Generation using Selection and Repair in Adapting Text for the Individual Reader.  Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium on Text Formatting.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Hovy, E.H. and Y. Arens. 1996. Virtual Devices: An Approach to Standardizing Multimedia System Components.  Proceedings of workshop on Multimedia System Standardization, ECAI-96. Budapest, Hungary.

·       Journal article: Arens, Y. and E.H. Hovy. 1995. The Design of a Model-Based Multimedia Interaction Manager. AI Review 9(3) Special Issue on Natural Language and Vision. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Arens, Y. and E.H. Hovy. 1993. The Planning Paradigm Required for Automated Multimedia Presentation Planning. In Human-Computer Collaboration: Reconciling Theory, Synthesizing Practice. Papers from the 1993 Fall Symposium Series, AAAI Technical Report FS-93-05. Presented at the AAAI Fall Symposium on Human-Computer Collaboration. Raleigh, NC, October 1993.

·       Book chapter: Arens, Y., E.H. Hovy, and M. Vossers. 1993. On the Knowledge Underlying Multimedia Presentations. In M. Maybury (ed), Intelligent Multimedia Interfaces, pp. 280–306. Menlo Park: AAAI/MIT Press. Also in: M. Maybury and W. Wahlster (eds), Readings in Intelligent User Interfaces, pp. 157–171. 1998. San Francisco: Morgan Kaufmann.

·       Conference paper: Arens, Y. E.H. Hovy, and S. Van Mulken. 1993. Structure and Rules in Automated Multimedia Presentation Planning.  Proceedings of 13th IJCAI Conference. Chambéry, France.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Arens, Y. and E.H. Hovy. 1993. The Planning Paradigm Required for Automated Multimedia Presentation Planning.  Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction, Charlotte, NC.

·       Book chapter: Hovy, E.H. and Y. Arens. 1991. Automatic Generation of Formatted Text. In M. Maybury and W. Wahlster (eds), Readings in Intelligent User Interfaces, pp. 256–262. 1998. San Francisco: Morgan Kaufmann.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H. and Y. Arens. 1991. Automatic Generation of Formatted Text.  Proceedings of the 9th AAAI Conference. Anaheim, CA. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: Arens, Y., E.H. Hovy, and M. Vossers. 1991. Categorizing the Knowledge Used in Multimedia Presentations.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Intelligent Multimedia Interfaces, AAAI-91, Anaheim, CA.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Arens, Y. and E.H. Hovy. 1990. Text Layout as a Problem of Modality Selection.  Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Knowledge-Based Specification. RADC Workshop, Syracuse, NY (87-94).

·       Conference paper: Arens, Y. and E.H. Hovy. 1990. How to Describe What? Towards a Theory of Modality Utilization.  Proceedings of the 12th Cognitive Science Conference. Cambridge, MA. Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: Hovy, E.H. and Y. Arens. 1990. When is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words?—Allocation of Modalities in Multimedia Communication. Presented at the AAAI Spring Symposium on Human-Computer Interactions. Palo Alto, CA. Click here for pdf version.

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Knowledge Integration, Database Access, and Database Alignment

·       Invited book chapter: Hovy, E.H. 2007. Data and Knowledge Integration for eGovernment.  In H. Chen et al. (eds), Digital Government: Advanced Research and Case Studies. Springer Verlag. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H., A. Philpot, and P. Pantel. 2006. Matching and Integration across Heterogeneous Data Sources.  Proceedings of the National Conference on Digital Government (dg.o 2006). San Diego, CA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Refereed conference demo description: Pantel, P., A. Philpot, E.H. Hovy. 2007. Data Integration in the Wild: From Instances to Concept Catalogs. System demonstration paper, Proceedings of the National Conference on Digital Government dg.o 2007. Philadelphia, PA.

·       Project note in conference proceedings: Hovy, E.H., A. Philpot, and P. Pantel. 2006. Entity Consolidation and Alignment in Semi-Structured Data Sources. Project Note.  Proceedings of the National Conference on Digital Government (dg.o 2006). San Diego, CA.

·       Journal paper: Pantel, P., A. Philpot, and E.H. Hovy. 2005.  Data Alignment and Integration Within and Across Data Collections.  IEEE Computer 38(12), 43–51.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Pantel, P., A. Philpot, and E.H. Hovy. 2005.  An Information Theoretic Model for Database Alignment. Proceedings of the IEEE international conference on Statistical Sciences and Database Management (SSDBM-2005). San Diego, CA.   Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Pantel, P., A. Philpot, and E.H. Hovy. 2005. An Information Theoretic Model for Database Alignment.  Proceedings of NSF’s national conference on Digital Government (dg.o 2005). Atlanta, GA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Project note in conference proceedings: Philpot, A., P. Pantel. and E.H. Hovy. 2005. Significance Information for Translation: Air Quality Data Integration.  Proceedings of the national conference on Digital Government (dg.o 2005) Atlanta, GA.

·       System demo in conference proceedings: Philpot, A., E.H. Hovy, and P. Pantel. 2005. SIFT: Automating the Integration of Heterogeneous Air Quality Databases.  Proceedings of the national conference on Digital Government (dg.o 2005). Atlanta, GA.

·       System demo in conference proceedings: Philpot, A., E.H. Hovy, and L. Ding. 2004. Multilingual DGRC AskCal: Querying Energy Time Series in English, Spanish, and Mandarin Chinese.  Proceedings of NSF’s national conference on Digital Government dg.o 2004.  Seattle, WA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H., A. Philpot, and S. Falke. 2004. Air Quality Data Integration from Heterogeneous Sources.  Proceedings of NSF’s national conference on Digital Government dg.o 2004.  Seattle, WA. 

·       Journal paper (brief note): Hovy, E.H. 2003. Using an Ontology to Simplify Data Access.  Communications of the ACM, Special Issue on Digital Government. January.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H., A. Philpot, J.L. Klavans, U. Germann, P.T. Davis, S.D. Popper. 2003. Extending Metadata Definitions by Automatically Extracting and Organizing Glossary Definitions.  Proceedings of NSF’s national conference on Digital Government dg.o 2003. Boston, MA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Philpot, A., E.H. Hovy, and J.L. Ambite. 2002. DGRC AskCal: Natural Language Question Answering for Energy Time Series.  Proceedings of NSF’s national conference on Digital Government dg.o 2002. Los Angeles, CA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H., J.L. Ambite, and A. Philpot. 2003. Addressing a Bottleneck in Data Integration using Automated Learning Techniques.  Proceedings of the U.S. EPA Emission Inventory Conference. San Diego.

·       Conference paper: Hovy, E.H., A. Philpot, J.-L. Ambite, Y. Arens, J.L. Klavans, W. Bourne, and D. Saroz. 2001. Data Acquisition and Integration in the DGRC's Energy Data Collection Project.  Proceedings of the dg.o 2001 Conference. Los Angeles, CA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       One-day workshop paper: Ambite, J.-L., Y. Arens, E.H. Hovy, J.L. Klavans, and A. Philpot. 2001. Scalable Access and Integration of Statistical Data for Digital Government.  Proceedings of the AFCEA Federal Database Colloquium and Exposition. San Diego, CA.

·       Magazine article: Ambite, J.-L., Y. Arens, E.H. Hovy, A. Philpot, L. Gravano, V. Hatzivassiloglou, J.L. Klavans. 2001. Simplifying Data Access: The Energy Data Collection Project.  IEEE Computer 34(2), February.  Click here for pdf version. 

·       Project note, unrefereed: Ambite, J.-L., Y. Arens, L. Gravano, V. Hatzivassiloglou, E.H. Hovy, J.L. Klavans, A. Philpot, U. Ramachandran, J. Sandhaus, A. Singla, and B. Whitman. 2000. The EDC Project.  Proceedings of the first NSF national conference on Digital Government (dg.o 2000). Los Angeles, CA.

·       Multi-day conference paper, unrefereed: Ambite, J.-L., Y. Arens, L. Gravano, V. Hatzivassiloglou, E.H. Hovy, J.L. Klavans, A. Philpot, U. Ramachandran, J. Sandhaus, A. Singla, and B. Whitman. 2000. Building Ontologies and Integrating Data from Multiple Agencies: A Case Study Using Gasoline.  Procedings of the 2000 Joint Statistical Meetings, Paper 1941.  Indianapolis, IN.

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Digital Government: eRegulations

·       Conference paper: Kwon, N., and E.H. Hovy. 2007. Information Acquisition using Multiple Classifications.  Proceedings of the K-CAP07 conference.  Banff, Canada.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Kwon, N., E.H. Hovy, and S.W. Shulman. 2007.  Identifying and Classifying Subjective Claims. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2007). Philadelphia, PA. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Callan, J., E.H. Hovy, and E. Huisman, N. Kwon, S.W. Shulman, and H. Yang. 2007. Tools for Rules: Technology Transfer and Electronic Rulemaking. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2007). Philadelphia, PA. Click here for pdf version.

·       Conference paper: Kwon, N., S. Shulman, and E.H. Hovy. 2006.  Multidimensional Text Analysis for eRulemaking.  Proceedings of the National Conference on Digital Government (dg.o 2006).  San Diego, CA.  Click here for pdf version.

·     Project note in conference proceedings: Shulman, S., J. Callan, E.H. Hovy, and S. Zavestoski. 2006.  Progress in Language Processing Technology for Electronic Rulemaking. Project Note.  Proceedings of the National Conference on Digital Government (dg.o 2006). San Diego, CA.

·       Project note in conference proceedings: Shulman, S., J. Callan, E.H. Hovy, and S. Zavestoski. 2005. Language Processing Technologies for Electronic Rulemaking.  Proceedings of NSF’s national conference on Digital Government (dg.o 2005). Atlanta, GA.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Journal article (short note): Shulman, S. J. Callan, E.H. Hovy, and S. Zavestoski. 2004. SGER Collaborative: A Testbed for eRulemaking Data.  Journal of E-Government 1(1), pp. 123–127.  Click here for pdf version.

·       Chapter in Digital Government workshop report: Hovy, E.H. and B.S. Noveck. 2003. Appendix A: IT Research Questions in eRulemaking.   In C. Coglianese (ed), eRulemaking: Information Technology and Regulatory Policy—New Directions in Digital Government Research.  Report prepared for the NSF.  Click here for full report in pdf.

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Digital Government: Research Foundations and Other Topics

·       Invited book chapter: Hovy, E.H. 2007. Outlines for the Foundations of Digital Government.  In H. Chen et al. (eds), Digital Government: Advanced Research and Case Studies. Springer Verlag. Click here for pdf version.

·       Book chapter: Cushing, J.B. and T. Wilson (eds.), with numerous other authors, including E.H. Hovy.  2005. Eco-Informatics for Decision makers: Advancing a Research Agenda.   In L. Raschid and B. Ludaescher (eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science Subseries: Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics, Springer, which is the Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Data Integration in the Life Sciences (DILS-2005), San Diego, CA).  Click here for pdf version.

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Other Topics

·       Conference paper: Bhagat, R. and E.H. Hovy. 2007. Phonetic Models for Generating Spelling Variants.  Full (oral) paper.  Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI). Hyderabad, India. Click here for pdf version.

·       Book: Chen, H., L. Brandt, V. Gregg, R. Traunmüller, S. Dawes, E.H. Hovy, A. Macintosh, and C.A. Larson (editors). 2007.  Digital Government: Advanced E-Government Research and Case Studies.  Springer Verlag.

·       Refereed multi-day workshop proceedings paper: DiMarco, C., D. Cowan, P. Bray, D. Covvey, V. Di Ciccio, E.H. Hovy, J. Lipa, and D. Mulholland. 2006. A Physician’s Authoring Tool for Generation of Personalized Health Education in Reconstructive Surgery. Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Argumentation for Consumers of Healthcare.  Stanford University, CA.

·       Refereed one-day workshop paper: DiMarco, C., P. Bray, D. Covvey, D. Cowan, V. DiCiccio, ,J. Lipa, and E.H. Hovy. 2005. Authoring and Generation of Tailored Preoperative Patient Education Materials.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Personalisation for e-Health at the User Modeling (UM) Conference.  Edinburgh, UK. 

·       Book chapter: Cushing, J.B. and T. Wilson (eds.), with numerous other authors, including E.H. Hovy.  2005. Eco-Informatics for Decision makers: Advancing a Research Agenda.   In L. Raschid and B. Ludaescher (eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science Subseries: Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics, Springer, which is the Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Data Integration in the Life Sciences (DILS-2005), San Diego, CA).  Click here for pdf version.

·       Technical report: Shin, H.W., E.H. Hovy, D. McLeod, and L. Pryor. 2005. Generality: A New Criterion for Measuring Generality of Documents.  Tech Report 05-849, University of Southern California Department of Computer Science. 

·       Book: Hovy, E.H., N. Ide, R.E. Frederking, J. Mariani, and A. Zampolli (editors). 2001. Multilingual Information Management. Pisa, Italy: Giardini Editori e Stampatori and Kluwer Academic Publishers.

·       Multi-day workshop paper, invited: Hovy, E.H. 1999. Natural Language Processing for the Hearing Impaired.  Proceedings of the TAO TV Closed Captions Workshop for the Hearing Impaired. Tokyo, October 1999.

·       Book review: Hovy, E.H. 1995. Book review of Challenges in Natural Language Processing, by M. Bates and R. Weischedel. Computational Linguistics 21(1), pp. 120–123.

·       Magazine article: Hovy, E.H. 1990. Natural Language Processing at ISI. The Finite String 16(4), pp. 37–42.

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