Chris Irwin Davis

کریس ایروین دیویس


I earned my Ph.D. in Computer Science from The University of Texas at Dallas. I did my graduate research at the Human Language Technology Research Institute in the Department of Computer Science. My research advisor was Professor Dan Moldovan. I have been a member of HLTRI since 2005.


Research Interests


Publications

  • Chris Irwin Davis. 2012. Tajik-Farsi Persian Transliteration Using Statistical Machine Translation. In Proceedings of Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC) 2012. Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Chris Irwin Davis. 2011. A Framework for Representing Event Semantics in Modern Persian. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Texas at Dallas.
  • Chris Irwin Davis. 2010. A Framework for Representing Event Semantics of Verb Word Senses. In Proceedings of Interdisciplinary Workshop on Verbs 2010. Pisa, Italy.
  • Chris Irwin Davis and Dan Moldovan. 2010. Feasibility of Boostrapping a Persian WordNet. In Proceedings of Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC) 2010. Valletta, Malta.
  • M. Olteanu, C. Davis, I. Volosen, and D. Moldovan. 2006. Phramer - an open source statistical phrase-based translator. In Proceedings on the Workshop on Statistical Machine Translation, pages 146-149, New York City, June 2006. Association for Computational Linguistics. [pdf]

Invited Talks

  • Automated Event Detection In Natural Language Text. Semantic Tech and Business Conference 2012 (SemTech2012). San Francisco, CA.
  • Integrating Change Management Systems: Aligning Existing Programs Under a Single, Global Implementation. 2007 Texas Instruments Systems and Software Symposium.
  • The Virtual Data Center: Anytime Anywhere Collaborative Development, Featured Panel Member, 2006 Texas Instruments Global Software Symposium.
  • Chaos to Discipline: Managing Software Development Under CMMI, 2004 Texas Instruments Global Software Symposium.

Teaching and TA

  • CHAMPS Program Manager
  • CS-4365 Artificial Intelligence
  • CS-6321 Discourse Processing
  • CS-6388 Software Project Planning and Management
  • CS-2305 Discrete Math for Computing I

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