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*2009
42EETom O'Hara, Janyce Wiebe: Exploiting Semantic Role Resources for Preposition Disambiguation. Computational Linguistics 35(2): 151-184 (2009)
2008
41EECarmen Banea, Rada Mihalcea, Janyce Wiebe, Samer Hassan: Multilingual Subjectivity Analysis Using Machine Translation. EMNLP 2008: 127-135
2007
40EERada Mihalcea, Carmen Banea, Janyce Wiebe: Learning Multilingual Subjective Language via Cross-Lingual Projections. ACL 2007
2006
39EEJanyce Wiebe, Rada Mihalcea: Word Sense and Subjectivity. ACL 2006
38EEJennifer Chu-Carroll, Guillermo A. Averboch, Pablo Ariel Duboué, David Gondek, J. William Murdock, John M. Prager, Paul Hoffmann, Janyce Wiebe: IBM in TREC 2006 Enterprise Track. TREC 2006
2005
37 Ellen Riloff, Janyce Wiebe, William Phillips: Exploiting Subjectivity Classification to Improve Information Extraction. AAAI 2005: 1106-1111
36EEJanyce Wiebe, Ellen Riloff: Creating Subjective and Objective Sentence Classifiers from Unannotated Texts. CICLing 2005: 486-497
35EEVeselin Stoyanov, Claire Cardie, Janyce Wiebe: Multi-Perspective Question Answering Using the OpQA Corpus. HLT/EMNLP 2005
34EETheresa Wilson, Paul Hoffmann, Swapna Somasundaran, Jason Kessler, Janyce Wiebe, Yejin Choi, Claire Cardie, Ellen Riloff, Siddharth Patwardhan: OpinionFinder: A System for Subjectivity Analysis. HLT/EMNLP 2005
33EETheresa Wilson, Janyce Wiebe, Paul Hoffmann: Recognizing Contextual Polarity in Phrase-Level Sentiment Analysis. HLT/EMNLP 2005
2004
32 Theresa Wilson, Janyce Wiebe, Rebecca Hwa: Just How Mad Are You? Finding Strong and Weak Opinion Clauses. AAAI 2004: 761-769
31 Claire Cardie, Janyce Wiebe, Theresa Wilson, Diane J. Litman: Low-Level Annotations and Summary Representations of Opinions for Multiperspective QA. New Directions in Question Answering 2004: 87-98
30 Lola Cañamero, Zachary Dodds, Lloyd Greenwald, James P. Gunderson, Ayanna M. Howard, Eva Hudlicka, Cheryl E. Martin, Lynn Parker, Tim Oates, Terry R. Payne, Yan Qu, Craig Schlenoff, James G. Shanahan, Sheila Tejada, Jerry B. Weinberg, Janyce Wiebe: The 2004 AAAI Spring Symposium Series. AI Magazine 25(4): 95-100 (2004)
29EEJanyce Wiebe, Theresa Wilson, Rebecca F. Bruce, Matthew Bell, Melanie Martin: Learning Subjective Language. Computational Linguistics 30(3): 277-308 (2004)
2003
28EEThomas P. O'Hara, Janyce Wiebe: Classifying Functional Relations in Factotum via WordNet Hypernym Associations. CICLing 2003: 347-359
27EETheresa Wilson, David R. Pierce, Janyce Wiebe: Identifying Opinionated Sentences. HLT-NAACL 2003
26 Janyce Wiebe, Eric Breck, Chris Buckley, Claire Cardie, Paul Davis, Bruce Fraser, Diane J. Litman, David R. Pierce, Ellen Riloff, Theresa Wilson, David S. Day, Mark T. Maybury: Recognizing and Organizing Opinions Expressed in the World Press. New Directions in Question Answering 2003: 12-19
25 Claire Cardie, Janyce Wiebe, Theresa Wilson, Diane J. Litman: Combining Low-Level and Summary Representations of Opinions for Multi-Perspective Question Answering. New Directions in Question Answering 2003: 20-27
2000
24 Janyce Wiebe: Learning Subjective Adjectives from Corpora. AAAI/IAAI 2000: 735-740
23EEVasileios Hatzivassiloglou, Janyce Wiebe: Effects of Adjective Orientation and Gradability on Sentence Subjectivity. COLING 2000: 299-305
22EEJanyce Wiebe: Conference review. Intelligence 11(2): 43-48 (2000)
1999
21EEJanyce Wiebe, Rebecca F. Bruce, Thomas P. O'Hara: Development and Use of a Gold-Standard Data Set for Subjectivity Classifications. ACL 1999
20EEJanyce Wiebe, Thomas P. O'Hara, Thorsten Öhrström-Sandgren, Kenneth J. McKeever: An Empirical Approach to Temporal Reference Resolution (journal version) CoRR cs.CL/9901005: (1999)
19 Rebecca F. Bruce, Janyce Wiebe: Decomposable Modeling in Natural Language Processing. Computational Linguistics 25(2): 195-207 (1999)
1998
18 Enrico Pontelli, Gopal Gupta, Janyce Wiebe, David Farwell: Natural Language Multiprocessing: A Case Study. AAAI/IAAI 1998: 76-82
17 Enrico Pontelli, Gopal Gupta, Janyce Wiebe, David Farwell: Natural Language Multiprocessing: A Case Study. Implementation Technology for Programming Languages based on Logic 1998: 101-112
16EEJanyce Wiebe, Thomas P. O'Hara, Thorsten Öhrström-Sandgren, Kenneth J. McKeever: An Empirical Approach to Temporal Reference Resolution. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 9: 247-293 (1998)
1997
15EETed Pedersen, Rebecca F. Bruce, Janyce Wiebe: Sequential Model Selection for Word Sense Disambiguation. ANLP 1997: 388-395
14EETed Pedersen, Rebecca F. Bruce, Janyce Wiebe: Sequential Model Selection for Word Sense Disambiguation CoRR cmp-lg/9702008: (1997)
13EEThomas P. O'Hara, Janyce Wiebe, Karen Payne: Instructions for Temporal Annotation of Scheduling Dialogs CoRR cmp-lg/9702016: (1997)
12EEJanyce Wiebe, Thomas P. O'Hara, Kenneth J. McKeever, Thorsten Öhrström-Sandgren: An Empirical Approach to Temporal Reference Resolution CoRR cmp-lg/9706020: (1997)
11EEJanyce Wiebe, Rebecca F. Bruce, Lei Duan: Probabilistic Event Categorization CoRR cmp-lg/9710008: (1997)
10 William J. Rapaport, Stuart C. Shapiro, Janyce Wiebe: Quasi-Indexicals and Knowledge Reports. Cognitive Science 21(1): 63-107 (1997)
1996
9 Rocio Guillén, David Farwell, Janyce Wiebe: Handling Temporal Relations in Scheduling Dialogues for an MT System. TIME 1996: 217-
8EERebecca F. Bruce, Janyce Wiebe, Ted Pedersen: The Measure of a Model CoRR cmp-lg/9604018: (1996)
7 Janyce Wiebe, Graeme Hirst, Diane Horton: Language Use in Context. Commun. ACM 39(1): 102-111 (1996)
1994
6 Rebecca F. Bruce, Janyce Wiebe: Word-Sense Disambiguation Using Decomposable Models. ACL 1994: 139-146
5EERebecca F. Bruce, Janyce Wiebe: A New Approach to Word Sense Disambiguation. HLT 1994
4 Janyce Wiebe: Tracking Point of View in Narrative. Computational Linguistics 20(2): 233-287 (1994)
1991
3 Nathalie Japkowicz, Janyce Wiebe: A System for Translating Locative Prepositions from English into French. ACL 1991: 153-160
1990
2EEJanyce Wiebe: Identifying Subjective Characters in Narrative. COLING 1990: 401-406
1988
1 Janyce Wiebe, William J. Rapaport: A Computational Theory of Perspective and Reference in Narrative. ACL 1988: 131-138

Coauthor Index

1Guillermo A. Averboch [38]
2Carmen Banea [40] [41]
3Matthew Bell [29]
4Eric Breck [26]
5Rebecca F. Bruce [5] [6] [8] [11] [14] [15] [19] [21] [29]
6Chris Buckley [26]
7Lola Cañamero [30]
8Claire Cardie [25] [26] [31] [34] [35]
9Yejin Choi [34]
10Jennifer Chu-Carroll [38]
11Paul Davis [26]
12David S. Day [26]
13Zachary Dodds [30]
14Lei Duan [11]
15Pablo Ariel Duboué [38]
16David Farwell [9] [17] [18]
17Bruce Fraser [26]
18David Gondek [38]
19Lloyd Greenwald [30]
20Rocio Guillén [9]
21James P. Gunderson [30]
22Gopal Gupta [17] [18]
23Samer Hassan [41]
24Vasileios Hatzivassiloglou [23]
25Graeme Hirst [7]
26Paul Hoffmann [33] [34] [38]
27Diane Horton [7]
28Ayanna M. Howard [30]
29Eva Hudlicka [30]
30Rebecca Hwa [32]
31Nathalie Japkowicz [3]
32Jason Kessler [34]
33Diane J. Litman [25] [26] [31]
34Cheryl E. Martin [30]
35Melanie Martin [29]
36Mark T. Maybury [26]
37Kenneth J. McKeever [12] [16] [20]
38Rada Mihalcea [39] [40] [41]
39J. William Murdock [38]
40Thomas P. O'Hara [12] [13] [16] [20] [21] [28]
41Tom O'Hara [42]
42Tim Oates [30]
43Thorsten Öhrström-Sandgren [12] [16] [20]
44Lynn Parker [30]
45Siddharth Patwardhan [34]
46Karen Payne [13]
47Terry R. Payne [30]
48Ted Pedersen [8] [14] [15]
49William Phillips [37]
50David R. Pierce [26] [27]
51Enrico Pontelli [17] [18]
52John M. Prager [38]
53Yan Qu [30]
54William J. Rapaport [1] [10]
55Ellen Riloff [26] [34] [36] [37]
56Craig Schlenoff [30]
57James G. Shanahan [30]
58Stuart C. Shapiro [10]
59Swapna Somasundaran [34]
60Veselin Stoyanov [35]
61Sheila Tejada [30]
62Jerry B. Weinberg [30]
63Theresa Wilson [25] [26] [27] [29] [31] [32] [33] [34]

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