Graham Neubig's Research

Graham Neubig

Assistant Professor, Language Technology Institute, Carnegie Mellon University

My research is concerned with language and its role in human communication. In particular, my long-term research goal is to break down barriers in human-human or human-machine communication through the development of natural language processing (NLP) technologies. This includes the development of technology for machine translation, which helps break down barriers in communication for people who speak different languages, and natural language understanding, which helps computers understand and respond to human language. Within this overall goal of breaking down barriers to human communication, I have focused on several aspects of language that both make it interesting as a scientific subject, and hold potential for the construction of practical systems. Specific areas of interest include:

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Here is a list of a few of my current favorite papers:

My most highly cited papers can be found on Google Scholar, and all of my publications can be found on my publications page.

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Some others can be found on the tutorials page.

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