Woodley Packard
Woodley Packard
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Layers of interpretation: On grammar and compositionality
EM Bender, D Flickinger, S Oepen, W Packard, A Copestake
Proceedings of the 11th international conference on Computational Semantics …, 2015
472015
Simple negation scope resolution through deep parsing: A semantic solution to a semantic problem
W Packard, EM Bender, J Read, S Oepen, R Dridan
Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2014
412014
UW-MRS: Leveraging a Deep Grammar for Robotic Spatial Commands.
W Packard
SemEval@ COLING, 812-816, 2014
132014
Full forest treebanking
W Packard
122015
Towards efficient HPSG generation for German, a non-configurational language
B Crysmann, W Packard
Proceedings of COLING 2012, 695-710, 2012
82012
English resource semantics
D Flickinger, EM Bender, W Packard
Proceedings of the 2016 Conference of the North American Chapter of the …, 2016
42016
UW-Stanford system description for AESW 2016 shared task on grammatical error detection
D Flickinger, MW Goodman, W Packard
Proceedings of the 11th Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building …, 2016
42016
Choosing an evaluation metric for parser design
W Packard
Proceedings of the NAACL HLT 2012 Student Research Workshop, 29-34, 2012
22012
Robust Parsing in HPSG: Bridging the Coverage Chasm
D Flickinger, W Packard
poster presented at the 22nd International Conference on HPSG, 2015
12015
AGGREGATION
EM Bender, K Howell, F Xia, O Zamaraeva, MW Goodman, J Crowgey, ...
2020
Evaluation of Robust Parsing Methods
W Packard
2017
Robust Parsing for HPSG
W Packard
2015
Using a Broad Coverage Precision Grammar as a Language Model for ASR
W Packard
2013
Introduction to Tactical Generation with HPSG
W Packard
2013
CS229 Project: Musical Alignment Discovery
W Packard
2005
Greedy Point Match Handwriting Recognition
S Stanek, W Packard
2005
Discontinuous Coordination in Ancient Greek
W Packard
Word Sense Disambiguation
W Packard
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