I am a fourth year graduate student in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Texas at Austin, and an NSF GFRP 2017 Fellow.
I am interested in computational discourse analysis and how to capture the ambiguity and subjectivity of discourse in dialogue.
E. Ferracane, G. Durrett, J.J. Li, K. Erk. Evaluating Discourse in Structured Text Representations. ACL, 2019.[pdf] [bib] [code]
E. Ferracane, T. Page, J.J. Li, K. Erk. From News to Medical: Cross-domain Discourse Segmentation. NAACL RST Workshop, 2019.[pdf] [bib] [code] [slides]
E. Ferracane, S. Wang, R. Mooney. Leveraging discourse information effectively for authorship attribution. IJCNLP, 2017.[pdf] [bib] [code] [slides] [video]
E. Ferracane, I. Marshall, B. Wallace, K. Erk. Leveraging coreference to identify arms in medical abstracts: An experimental study. EMNLP LOUHI Workshop, 2016.[pdf] [bib] [code] [slides]
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