Dragomir R. Radev

LILY (Language, Information, and Learning at Yale) lab
Department of Computer Science
also: Yale Institute for Network Science
Yale University
New Haven, CT
About me


Publications ([HTML] [PDF] [BIB] [Search] [DBLP list])
Google Scholar Page
Older research projects at Michigan
The Sapphire Project (Michigan and IBM)
Bibliographies: Text Summarization (HTML BIB PDF), Graph-based NLP and IR (HTML BIB PDF), NLP for Bioinformatics (HTML BIB PDF), Deep Learning for NLP (HTML BIB PDF), Dialogue Systems (HTML BIB PDF), Scientometrics (HTML BIB PDF), Crosslanguage Information Retrieval (HTML BIB PDF), Natural Language Access to Databases (HTML BIB PDF) Miscellaneous (HTML BIB PDF)


AAN (All About NLP): High-quality Resources about Deep Learning and NLP
The North American Computational Linguistics Open Competition (NACLO), including 200+ sample problems.
Puzzles in Logic, Languages, and Computation (Volume 1 of this edited collection)
Puzzles in Logic, Languages, and Computation (Volume 2 of this edited collection)
Graph-based NLP and IR (book by Mihalcea and Radev)
Slides from the tutorial on Graph-based methods for IR and NLP that Rada Mihalcea and I gave at HLT-NAACL 2006 in New York.
(old) I was the local host for ACL 2005 in Ann Arbor, June 25-30, 2005.
(old) CLAIR News


Spring 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021: CPSC 477/577 (Natural Language Processing)
Fall 2018, 2020: CPSC 677 (Advanced Natural Language Processing)
Fall 2017: CPSC 470/570 (Artificial Intelligence)
(any term): CPSC 290/490 (Independent Study Projects in Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning)

Research Community:

I was the secretary (2006-2015) of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL)
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM): SIGIR, SIGMOD
American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI)


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