Gerald Penn

Associate Chair, Research and Industrial Relations   Contact Information
Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto   Publications
and Fellow of Computer Science,   gpenn@cs.toronto.edu
University of Trinity College    
    Office:   Sandford Fleming Building 3304
Mail code: SF 3302   Phone:   +1 416 978-7390
University of Toronto   Fax:   +1 416 978-1455
10 King's College Rd.   Office Hours:   by appointment
Toronto M5S 3G4   Digital Signature
Ontario, Canada
 
Research Interests Natural Language Processing, Mathematical Linguistics, 
Logic Programming, Linear Logics, Finite State Methods,
Speech Summarization, Linguistic Information Visualization,
and Parsing in Freer-Word-Order Languages
(see also Publications, Students & Co-authors
Projects
ALE The Attribute Logic Engine 
GRAND Graphics, Animation and New Media 
Courses
Organizations
Mathematics of Language Society Past President
Sigma Xi, University of Toronto Chapter Executive Board Member
Editorial Boards
Computational Linguistics Advisory Board 
Linguistics & Philosophy Editorial Board 
Home Pages
Computational Linguistics at Toronto

Drafts, Talks, and Publications on Work in Progress

Summarizing Multiple Spoken Documents: Finding Evidence from Untranscribed Audio
Xiaodan Zhu, Gerald Penn and Frank Rudzicz.
Proceedings of The 47th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL 2009), Singapore. pp. 549-557.
A Critical Assessment of Spoken Utterance Retrieval through Approximate Lattice Representations
Siavash Kazemian, Frank Rudzicz, Gerald Penn and Cosmin Munteanu.
Proceedings of the 10th ACM International Conference on Multimedia Information Retrieval (MIR-08), Vancouver, pp. 83-88.
A Critical Reassessment of Evaluation Baselines for Speech Summarization
Gerald Penn and Xiaodan Zhu.
Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL 2008), Columbus, pp. 470-478.

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