Jun Araki

This is a home page for Jun Araki. I am currently pursuing a Ph.D. in the Language Technologies Institute (LTI) of the School of Computer Science (SCS) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU).

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Research Interests

My research interests are in computational semantics, statistical natural language processing, and knowledge representation and reasoning. My general research questions are as follows:

Education

Publications

  1. Jun Araki and Jamie Callan. 2014. Annotation Similarity Model in Passage Ranking for Historical Fact Validation. In Proceedings of SIGIR 2014. (to appear)
  2. Jun Araki, Zhengzhong Liu, Eduard Hovy, and Teruko Mitamura. 2014. Detecting Subevent Structure for Event Coreference Resolution. In Proceeding of LREC 2014. (to appear)
  3. Zhengzhong Liu, Jun Araki, Eduard Hovy, and Teruko Mitamura. 2014. Supervised Within-Document Event Coreference using Information Propagation. In Proceeding of LREC 2014. (to appear)
  4. Mahmoud Azab, Ahmed Salama, Kemal Oflazer, Hideki Shima, Jun Araki, and Teruko Mitamura. 2013a. An English Reading Tool as an NLP Showcase. In Proceedings of IJCNLP 2013: System Demonstrations, pages 5–8. [pdf, bib]
  5. Mahmoud Azab, Ahmed Salama, Kemal Oflazer, Hideki Shima, Jun Araki, and Teruko Mitamura. 2013b. An NLP-based Reading Tool for Aiding Non-native English Readers. In Proceedings of RANLP 2013, pages 41–48. [pdf, bib]
  6. Eduard Hovy, Teruko Mitamura, Felisa Verdejo, Jun Araki, and Andrew Philpot. 2013. Events are Not Simple: Identity, Non-Identity, and Quasi-Identity. In Proceedings of NAACL-HLT 2013 Workshop on Events: Definition, Detection, Coreference, and Representation, pages 21–28. [pdf, bib]
  7. Jun Araki, Fumitaka Nakamura, and Masaya Nakayama. 2003. Text Classification with a Polysemy Considered Feature Set. In Proceedings of Information Processing Society of Japan, Special Interest Group on Natural Language Processing (IPSJ-SIGNL), 2003-NL-154, pages 85-92. In Japanese.
  8. Jun Araki, Fumitaka Nakamura, and Masaya Nakayama. 2002. Automated Categorization of Newspaper Articles using Sectorial Dictionary with Relevant Terms. In Proceedings of the Forum on Information Technology 2002 (FIT2002), E-11, pages 103–104. In Japanese.

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