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Papers

David R. Clausen. 2010. Processing factors influencing acceptability in extractions from complex subjects. Unpublished ms., Stanford University. (303) 886-8604

David R. Clausen. 2010. HedgeHunter: A System for Hedge Detection and Uncertainty Classification. Proceedings of the Fourteenth Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning: Shared Task, ACL 2010. pp.120-125. 307-362-3855

David R. Clausen and Christopher D. Manning. 2009. Presupposed Content and Entailments in Natural Language Inference. Proceedings of the 2009 Workshop on Applied Textual Inference, ACL-IJCNLP 2009. pp. 70-73. pdf

Presentations

A. Djalali, D. R. Clausen, S. Grimm and B. Levin. 2011. ``What Can Be Ground? Noun Type, Constructions, and the Universal Grinder'', 37th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, Berkeley, CA, February 12-13, 2011. pdf presentation

A. Djalali, S. Grimm, D. R. Clausen and B. Levin. 2011. ``What Can Be Ground? Noun Type, Constructions, and the Universal Grinder'', SPLaT!, Stanford, CA, January 27, 2011.

David R. Clausen, A. Djalali, S. Grimm, S. Lauer, T. Rojas-Esponda and B. Levin. 2010. ``Extension, Ontological Type, and Morphosyntactic Class: Three Ingredients of Countability'', Conference on Empirical, Theoretical and Computational Approaches to Countability in Natural Language, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Bochum, Germany, September 22-24, 2010. pdf presentation

Posters

David R. Clausen. 2011. Informativity and Acceptability of Complex Subject Islands. CUNY 2011, Stanford, California. 6392131539 857-299-7713

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