About CLAIR

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Introduction

Computational Linguistics And Information Retrieval (CLAIR) group at the University of Michigan. CLAIR was established in January 2000. It currently includes about 7 members: faculty and students. The main areas of the research are:

  • Natural Language Processing
  • Information Retrieval
  • Network Analysis

People

  • MS Students, undergraduates, programmers, and visitors
    • Yang Liu


Projects

  • Clairlib
  • Tracking the Dynamic Evolution of Participant Salience in a Discussion
  • Detecting multiple facets of an event using graph-based unsupervised methods
  • Improved Nearest Neighbor Methods For Text Classification With Language Modeling and Harmonic Functions
  • Extracting Protein Interactions from Biomedical Text
  • Gene Interaction Network (GIN)
  • Identifying Gene-Disease Associations from Biomedical Text
  • Graph-based semi-supervised learning
  • Lexical networks and lexical centrality
  • Text summarization MEAD
  • Analyzing political speech
  • Analysis of the Blogosphere
  • Citation network analysis
  • Summarizing scientific papers
  • Question answering

Contact

For research-related questions, contact Dragomir Radev at r_a_d_e_v@umich.edu (remove the underlines).

Web Site

http://tangra.si.umich.edu/clair/

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