Eugene Charniak is a Computer Science and Cognitive Science professor at Brown University. He has an A.B. in Physics from The University of Chicago and a Ph.D. from M.I.T. in Computer Science. His research has always been in the area of language understanding or technologies which relate to it, such as knowledge representation, reasoning under uncertainty, and learning. Since the early 1990s he has been interested in statistical techniques for language understanding.
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  • Direct Answers: Extracting Text from Pages Citations

    … 1993. [11] I. Muslea, S. Minton, and C. A. Knoblock. Hierarchical wrapper induction for semistructured information sources (pdf).Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 4:93114, 2001. [12] M. Pasca and B. Van Durme. Weakly-supervised acquisition of open-domain classes and class attributes from web documents and query logs (pdf…

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