Selected PhD Dissertations

Lingia Deng (2016). (Will be available soon.)

Yoonjung Choi (2016). (Will be available soon.)

Cem Akkaya (2013). Subjectivity Word Sense Disambiguation: A Method for Sense-aware Subjectivity Analysis. PhD Dissertation, Intelligent Systems Program, University of Pittsburgh.

Swapna Somasundaran (2010). Discourse-Level Relations for Opinion Analysis. PhD Dissertation, Department of Computer Science, University of Pittsburgh.

Theresa Wilson (2008). Fine-Grained Subjectivity Analysis. PhD Dissertation, Intelligent Systems Program, University of Pittsburgh.

2016 (On leave.)

Lingjia Deng and Janyce Wiebe (2016). Recognizing Opinion Sources Based on A New Categorization of Opinion Types. Proceedings of the 25th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2016. (IJCAI-2016)

Lingjia Deng and Janyce Wiebe (2016). How can NLP Tasks Mutually Benefit Sentiment Analysis? A Holistic Approach to Sentiment Analysis. Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Computational Approaches to Subjectivity, Sentiment and Social Media Analysis. (WASSA-2016)

2015

Lingjia Deng and Janyce Wiebe (2015). Joint Prediction for Entity/Event-Level Sentiment Analysis using Probabilistic Soft Logic Models. EMNLP 2015.

Lingjia Deng and Janyce Wiebe (2015). "Entity/Event-Level Sentiment Annotation." NAACL 2015 (short paper).
This paper describes the MPQA 3.0 annotation scheme, where entity and event target annotations are added to the MPQA 2.0 scheme. The data will be available soon.

Gaurav Trivedi, Phuong Pham, Wendy Chapman, Rebecca Hwa, Janyce Wiebe and Harry Hochheiser (2015). An Interactive Tool for Natural Language Processing on Clinical Text. IUI-2015 Workshop on Visual Text Analytics.

2014

Janyce Wiebe and Lingjia Deng (2014). An Account of Opinion Implicatures . arXiv:1404.6491 [cs.CL].

Lingjia Deng, Janyce Wiebe, and Yoonjung Choi (2014). Joint Inference and Disambiguation of Implicit Sentiments via Implicature Constraints. COLING-2014. Here are presentation slides.

Lingjia Deng and Janyce Wiebe (2014). Sentiment Propagation via Implicature Constraints. Meeting of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL-2014). Here are presentation slides.

Yoonjung Choi and Janyce Wiebe (2014). +/-EffectWordNet: Sense-level Lexicon Acquisition for Opinion Inference. EMNLP-2014. Here are presentation slides.

Cem Akkaya, Janyce Wiebe, and Rada Mihalcea (2014). Iterative Constrained Clustering for Subjectivity Word Sense Disambiguation. Meeting of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL-2014).

Carmen Banea, Rada Mihalcea, Janyce Wiebe (2014). Sense-level subjectivity in a multilingual setting. Computer Speech and Language. 28(1), pp. 7-19.

Banea C., Y. Choi, L. Deng, O. Irsoy, D. Shi, C. Cardie, R. Mihalcea, J. Wiebe . CornPittMich Sentiment Slot-Filling System at TAC 2013. TAC KBP 2013.

ACL 2014 Workshop Papers (1st 3 in WASSA; 4th in BioNLP): Lingjia Deng and Janyce Wiebe: An Investigation of Implicatures in Chinese; Yoonjung Choi, Lingjia Deng and Janyce Wiebe: Lexical Acquisition for Opinion Inference: A Sense-Level Lexicon of Benefactive and Malefactive Events; Janyce Wiebe and Lingjia Deng: A Framework for Inferring Implicatures; Danielle Mowery, Mindy Ross, Sumithra Velupillai, Stephane Meystre, Janyce Wiebe and Wendy Chapman: Generating Patient Problem Lists from the ShARe Corpus using SNOMED CT/SNOMED CT CORE Problem List.

2013

Lingjia Deng, Janyce Wiebe, and Yoonjung Choi (2013). Benefactive/Malefactive Event and Writer Attitude Annotation. Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL-2013, short paper).

Carmen Banea, Rada Mihalcea, Janyce Wiebe (2013). Porting multilingual subjectivity resources across languages. IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing 4(2), pp. 211-225.

Banea, C., Choi, Yoonjung, Deng, L., Hassan, S., Mohler, M., Yang, B., Cardie, C., Mihalcea, R., and Wiebe, J. (2013). CPN-CORE: A Text Semantic Similarity System Infused with Opinion Knowledge. Second Joint Conference on Lexical and Computational Semantics (*SEM), Volume 1: Proceedings of the Main Conference and the Shared Task: Semantic Textual Similarity. pp. 221-228. Association for Computational Linguistics.

Mowery DL, Jordan P, Wiebe J, Harkema H, Dowling J, Chapman WW. (2013). Semantic Annotation of Clinical Events for Generating a Problem List. Student Paper Competition - 3rd place winner. AMIA Symp Proc. Washington, DC.

Phuong Pham, Janyce Wiebe, Rebecca Hwa, Wendy Chapman (2013). Automated Annotation of Colonoscopy Reports. Poster presented at the 2013 AMIA Summit on Clinical Research Informatics (CRI 2013).

Alexander Conrad, Harry Hochheiser, Wendy Chapman, Rebecca Hwa, and Janyce Wiebe. Tightly-Coupled Natural Language Processing and Visualization for Electronic Medical Record Chart Review. Poster presented at the 2013 AMIA Summit on Clinical Research Informatics (CRI 2013).

2012

Cem Akkaya, Janyce Wiebe, and Rada Mihalcea (2012). Utilizing Semantic Composition in Distributional Semantic Models for Word Sense Discrimination and Word Sense Disambiguation. Sixth IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing (IEEE ICSC2012).

John P. Pestian, Pawel Matykiewicz, Michelle Linn-Gust, Brett South, Ozlem Uzuner, Jan Wiebe, Kevin B. Cohen, John Hurdle, Christopher Brew, Sentiment Analysis of Suicide Notes: A Shared Task. Biomedical Informatics Insights 2012:5 (Suppl. 1) 3-16

Mowery DL, Wiebe J, Visweswaran SH, Harkema H, Chapman WW. (2012) Building An Automated SOAP Classifier. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 45(1).

Conrad,Alexander, Wiebe, Janyce, and Hwa, Rebecca (2012). Recognizing Arguing Subjectivity and Argument Tags. ACL Workshop on Extra-propositional aspects of Meaning.

Carmen Banea, Rada Mihalcea, and Janyce Wiebe (2012). Multilingual Sentiment and Subjectivity Analysis. In Multilingual Natural Language Processing: From Theory to Practice, Daniel M. Bikel and Imed Zitouni (ed.), IBM Press, 2012.

2011

Janyce Wiebe, Ellen Riloff, "Finding Mutual Benefit between Subjectivity Analysis and Information Extraction," IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, pp. 175-191, October-December, 2011

Cem Akkaya, Janyce Wiebe, Alexander Conrad, and Rada Mihalcea (2011). Improving the Impact of Subjectivity Word Sense Disambiguation on Contextual Opinion Analysis. CoNLL 2011.

Carmen Banea, Rada Mihalcea and Janyce Wiebe (2011). Sense-level Subjectivity in a Multilingual Setting. IJCNLP-2011 Workshop: Sentiment Analysis where AI meets Psychology 2011.

2010

Carmen Banea, Rada Mihalcea, and Janyce Wiebe. (2010). Multilingual Subjectivity: Are More Languages Better? COLING 2010.

Cem Akkaya, Alexander Conrad, Janyce Wiebe , and Rada Mihalcea (2010). Amazon Mechanical Turk for Subjectivity Word Sense Disambiguation. NAACL-HLT 2010 Workshop on Creating Speech and Language Data With Amazon's Mechanical Turk.

Swapna Somasundaran and Janyce Wiebe. (2010). Recognizing Stances in Ideological On-Line Debates. NAACL-HLT 2010 Workshop on Computational Approaches to Analysis and Generation of Emotion in Text.

2009

Cem Akkaya, Janyce Wiebe, and Rada Mihalcea. (2009). Subjectivity Word Sense Disambiguation EMNLP 2009.

Swapna Somasundaran, Galileo Namata, Janyce Wiebe and Lise Getoor (2009). Supervised and Unsupervised Methods in Employing Discourse Relations for Improving Opinion Polarity Classification EMNLP 2009.

Swapna Somasundaran and Janyce Wiebe (2009). Recognizing Stances in Online Debates. ACL-IJCNLP 2009.

Yaw Gyamfi, Janyce Wiebe, Rada Mihalcea, and Cem Akkaya (2009). Integrating Knowledge for Subjectivity Sense Labeling. HLT-NAACL 2009.

Theresa Wilson, Janyce Wiebe, and Paul Hoffmann (2009). Recognizing Contextual Polarity: an exploration of features for phrase-level sentiment analysis. Computational Linguistics 35(3).

Swapna Somasundaran, Galileo Namata, Lise Getoor and Janyce Wiebe, (2009). Opinion Graphs for Polarity and Discourse Classification, TextGraphs-4: Graph-based Methods for Natural Language Processing, 7th August 2009, Singapore

O'Hara, Thomas and Wiebe, Janyce (2009). Exploiting Semantic Role Resources for Preposition Disambiguation. Computational Linguistics 35 (2)

2008

Swapna Somasundaran, Janyce Wiebe, and Josef Ruppenhofer (2008). Discourse Level Opinion Interpretation. The 22nd International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING-2008).

Carmen Banea, Rada Mihalcea, Janyce Wiebe, Samer Hassan (2008). Multilingual Subjectivity Analysis Using Machine Translation. Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP 2008).

Carmen Banea, Rada Mihalcea, Janyce Wiebe (2008). A Bootstrapping Method for Building Subjectivity Lexicons for Languages with Scarce Resources. The Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2008).

Josef Ruppenhofer, Swapna Somasundaran, and Janyce Wiebe (2008). Finding the Sources and Targets of Subjective Expressions. The Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2008).

Swapna Somasundaran, Josef Ruppenhofer, and Janyce Wiebe (2008). Discourse Level Opinion Relations: An Annotation Study. SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue, Columbus, Ohio, June 2008.

2007

Rada Mihalcea , Carmen Banea , & Janyce Wiebe (2007). Learning Multilingual Subjective Language via Cross-Lingual Projections 45th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL-2007) .

Swapna Somasundaran, Theresa Wilson, Janyce Wiebe & Veselin Stoyanov (2007). QA with Attitude: Exploiting Opinion Type Analysis for Improving Question Answering in On-line Discussions and the News. International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM-2007) .

Swapna Somasundaran, Josef Ruppenhofer & Janyce Wiebe (2007) Detecting Arguing and Sentiment in Meetings , SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue, Antwerp, Belgium, September 2007.

2006

Janyce Wiebe and Rada Mihalcea (2006). Word Sense and Subjectivity. Joint conference of the International Committee on Computational Linguistics and the Association for Computational Linguistics. (COLING-ACL 2006). Here are presentation slides. The gold standard manual annotations are available here The definitions of those words from WordNet 2.0 are here

Theresa Wilson , Janyce Wiebe, & Rebecca Hwa (2006). Recognizing strong and weak opinion clauses. Computational Intelligence 22 (2): 73-99.

Ellen Riloff , Siddharth Patwardhan and Janyce Wiebe (2006). Feature Subsumption for Opinion Analysis. Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP-2006)

Wei-Hao Lin, Theresa Wilson, Janyce Wiebe and Alexander Hauptmann (2006). Which Side are You on? Identifying Perspectives at the Document and Sentence Levels. Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning (CoNLL-2006).

Swapna Somasundaran, Janyce Wiebe, Paul Hoffmann, & Diane Litman (2006). Manual Annotation of Opinion Categories in Meetings. COLING-ACL Workshop: Frontiers in Linguistically Annotated Corpora .

2005

Theresa Wilson , Janyce Wiebe, and Paul Hoffmann (2005). Recognizing Contextual Polarity in Phrase-Level Sentiment Analysis. Joint Human Language Technology Conference and the Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (HLT-EMNLP-2005). Here are presentation slides.

Veselin Stoyanov , Claire Cardie , and Janyce Wiebe (2005). Multi-Perspective Question Answering Using the OpQA Corpus. Joint Human Language Technology Conference and the Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (HLT-EMNLP-2005). Here is a version with a correction. Here are presentation slides.

Ellen Riloff, Janyce Wiebe, and William Phillips (2005). Exploiting subjectivity classification to improve information extraction. 20th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-2005). Here are presentation slides.

Janyce Wiebe, Theresa Wilson , and Claire Cardie (2005). Annotating expressions of opinions and emotions in language. Language Resources and Evaluation, volume 39, issue 2-3, pp. 165-210.

Theresa Wilson and Janyce Wiebe (2005). Annotating attributions and private states. Proc. ACL Workshop on Frontiers in Corpus Annotation II: Pie in the Sky.

Janyce Wiebe and Ellen Riloff (2005). Creating subjective and objective sentence classifiers from unannotated texts. Sixth International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics (CICLing-2005) (Invited paper.)

Wiebe, Janyce, O'Hara, Tom, Ohrstrom-Sandgren, Thorsten, & McKeever, Kenneth (2005). An empirical approach to temporal reference resolution. In I. Mani, J. Pustejovsky, R. Gaizauskas (eds), The Language of Time: A Reader. Oxford University Press. Reprint of Wiebe, O'Hara, Ohrstrom-Standgren, and McKeever 1998.

2004

Theresa Wilson , Janyce Wiebe, and Rebecca Hwa (2004). Just how mad are you? Finding strong and weak opinion clauses. Proc. 19th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-2004). Here are presentation slides.

Janyce Wiebe, Theresa Wilson , Rebecca Bruce , Matthew Bell , and Melanie Martin (2004). Learning subjective language. Computational Linguistics 30 (3).

Veselin Stoyanov, Claire Cardie , Diane Litman and Janyce Wiebe (2004). Evaluating an Opinion Annotation Scheme Using a New Multi-Perspective Question and Answer Corpus. AAAI Spring Symposium on Exploring Attitude and Affect in Text: Theories and Applications.

2003

Ellen Riloff and Janyce Wiebe (2003). Learning Extraction Patterns for Subjective Expressions. Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP-03). ACL SIGDAT. Pages 105-112. Here are presentation slides.

Ellen Riloff, Janyce Wiebe, and Theresa Wilson (2003). Learning Subjective Nouns Using Extraction Pattern Bootstrapping. Seventh Conference on Natural Language Learning (CoNLL-03). ACL SIGNLL. Pages 25-32.

Theresa Wilson and Janyce Wiebe (2003). Annotating Opinions in the World Press. 4th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue (SIGdial-03). ACL SIGdial.
Here is a corrected version of the paper that appears in the proceedings.
Here is the original.
Here are presentation slides.

Janyce Wiebe, Eric Breck, Chris Buckley, Claire Cardie , Paul Davis, Bruce Fraser, Diane Litman, David Pierce, Ellen Riloff, Theresa Wilson , David Day, Mark Maybury (2003). Recognizing and Organizing Opinions Expressed in the World Press. 2003 AAAI Spring Symposium on New Directions in Question Answering.

Claire Cardie , Janyce Wiebe, Theresa Wilson, and Diane Litman (2003). Combining Low-Level and Summary Representations of Opinions for Multi-Perspective Question Answering. 2003 AAAI Spring Symposium on New Directions in Question Answering.

2002

Wiebe, J. & Wilson, T. (2002). Learning to disambiguate potentially subjective expressions. Sixth Conference on Natural Language Learning (CoNLL-2002). ACL SIGNLL. Taipei, Taiwan, August, 2002.

Pustejovsky, J., Wiebe, J., & Maybury, M. (2002). Multi-perspective and temporal question answering. Third International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2002) Workshop on Question Answering: Strategy and Resources, Canary Islands, Spain, May 2002.

Wiebe, J. (2002). Instructions for Annotating Opinions in Newspaper Articles. Department of Computer Science Technical Report TR-02-101 , University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

Soller, A., Wiebe J., & Lesgold, A. (2002). A machine learning approach to assessing knowledge sharing during collaborative learning activities. International Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning (CSCL-2002). Boulder, Colorado, January, 2002.

2001

Wiebe, J., Bruce, R., Bell, M., Martin, M., & Wilson, T. (2001). A Corpus Study of Evaluative and Speculative Language. Proc. 2nd ACL SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue. Aalborg, Denmark, September, 2001. The data are available by clicking here.

Janyce Wiebe, Theresa Wilson , & Matthew Bell (2001) Identifying Collocations for Recognizing Opinions. Proc. ACL 01 Workshop on Collocation. Toulouse, France, July 2001.

2000

Janyce Wiebe (2000). Learning Subjective Adjectives from Corpora. Proc. 17th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-2000). Austin, Texas, July 2000. Presentation slides and lists of adjectives learned using the process are available by clicking here .

Hatzivassiloglou, Vasileios and Janyce Wiebe (2000). Effects of Adjective Orientation and Gradability on Sentence Subjectivity. International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING-2000). Lists of positive, negative, gradable, and dynamic adjectives are available by clicking here .

O'Hara, Thomas, Wiebe, Janyce, & Bruce, Rebecca F.   (2000). Selecting decomposable models for word-sense disambiguation. Computers and the Humanities 34 (1-2).

1999

Bruce, Rebecca F. & Janyce Wiebe M. (1999). Recognizing subjectivity: a case study in manual tagging. Natural Language Engineering 5 (2).

Janyce Wiebe M., Bruce, Rebecca F., & O'Hara, Thomas P. (1999). Development and use of a gold standard data set for subjectivity classifications. In Proc. 37th Annual Meeting of the Assoc. for Computational Linguistics (ACL-99). Association for Computational Linguistics, University of Maryland, June, pp. 246-253. The Coding manual and data are available by clicking here

Bruce, Rebecca F. & Wiebe, Janyce M. (1999) Decomposable modeling in natural language processing. Computational Linguistics 25 (2): 195-208.

Wiebe, Janyce M. & Bruce, Rebecca F.  Probabilistics event categorization (1999). Nicolas Nicolov & Ruslan Mitkov (eds.) Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing. John Benjamins: Amsterdam and Philadelphia. Revised version of Wiebe, Bruce, & Duan 1997.

1998

Wiebe, Janyce, O'Hara, Tom, Ohrstrom-Sandgren, Thorsten, & McKeever, Kenneth (1998). An empirical approach to temporal reference resolution. Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research 9: 247-293.
Here are the annotation instructions used to prepare the data in the papers. Sample annotations are available in this directory.

Pontelli, Enrico, Gupta, Gopal, Wiebe, Janyce, & Farwell, David. (1998). Natural language multiprocessing: a case study. In Proc. 15th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-98). American Association for Artificial Intelligence, Madison, WI., July 1998, pp. 76-82.

Bruce, Rebecca & Wiebe, Janyce. (1998). Word sense distinguishability and inter-coder agreement. In Proc. 3rd Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP-98). Association for Computational Linguistics SIGDAT, Granada, Spain, June, pp. 53-60.

Wiebe, Janyce, McKeever, Kenneth, & Bruce, Rebecca. (1998). Mapping collocational properties into machine learning features. Proc. 6th Workshop on Very Large Corpora (WVLC-98). Association for Computational Linguistics SIGDAT, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 1998, pp. 225-233. The coding manual for the event categorization manual annotations is available here

Janyce Wiebe & McKeever, Kenneth (1998). Collocational properties in probabilistic classifiers for discourse categorization. Proc. AAAI-98 Spring Symposium Series Workshop on Applying Machine Learning to Discourse Processing, Stanford, California, March 1998.

Wiebe, Janyce, O'Hara, Tom, & Rebecca Bruce (1998). Constructing bayesian networks from WordNet for word sense disambiguation: representation and processing issues. In Proc. COLING-ACL '98 Workshop on the Usage of WordNet in Natural Language Processing Systems, Association for Computational Linguistics, Montreal, Canada, August 1998.

1997

Wiebe, Janyce, Bruce, Rebecca, & Duan, Lei. (1997). Probabilistic event categorization. In Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing (RANLP-97). Tsigov Chark, Bulgaria, Sept. 1997, pp. 163-170. The coding manual for the manual annotations is available here

Rapaport, William J., Shapiro, Stuart C., & Janyce Wiebe M. (1997). Quasi-indicators and knowledge reports. Cognitive Science 21 (1), 63-107.

Wiebe, Janyce, O'Hara, Tom, McKeever, Kenneth, and Öhrström-Sandgren, Thorsten (1997). An empirical approach to temporal reference resolution. In Proc. 2nd Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP-97). Association for Computational Linguistics SIGDAT, Providence, R.I., August 1997, pp. 174-186.

Pedersen, Ted, Bruce, Rebecca, & Wiebe, Janyce (1997). Sequential model selection for word sense disambiguation. In Proc. the 1997 Conference on Applied Natural Language Processing (ANLP-97). Washington, D.C., April 1997, pp. 388-395.

Wiebe, Janyce, Maples, Julie, Duan, Lei, & Bruce, Rebecca (1997). Experience in WordNet sense tagging in the Wall Street Journal. In Proc. ANLP-97 Workshop, Tagging Text with Lexical Semantics: Why, What, and How? Association for Computational Linguistics SIGLEX, Washington, D.C., April 1997, pp. 8-11.

1996

Bruce, Rebecca, Wiebe, Janyce, & Pedersen, Ted (1996). The measure of a model. In Proc. Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP-96), Association for Computational Linguistics SIGDAT, Philadelphia, PA, May 1996, pp. 101-112.

Wiebe, Janyce, Hirst, Graeme, & Horton, Diane (1996). Language use in context. Communications of the ACM (Special issue on natural language processing), 39 (1): 102-111.

Guillén, Rocio, Farwell, David, and Wiebe, Janyce (1996). Handling temporal relations in scheduling dialogues for an MT system. In Proc. of Third International Workshop on Temporal Representation and Reasoning (TIME-96). IEEE Computer Society Press, pp. 217-221.

1995

Bruce, Rebecca & Wiebe, Janyce (1995). Towards the acquisition and representation of a broad-coverage lexicon. Symposium on Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity, AAAI 1995 Spring Symposium Series, pp. 15-20.

Janyce Wiebe & Bruce, Rebecca (1995). Probabilistic classifiers for tracking point of view. In Proc. Symposium on Empirical Methods in Discourse Interpretation and Generation, AAAI 1995 Spring Symposium Series, pp. 181-187.

1994

Janyce Wiebe M. (1994). Tracking point of view in narrative. Computational Linguistics 20 (2): 233-287.

Bruce, Rebecca & Wiebe, Janyce (1994). Word-sense disambiguation using decomposable models. In Proc. 32nd Annual Meeting of the Assoc. for Computational Linguistics (ACL-94), pp. 139-146.Here is the word-sense data

Before 1994

Janyce Wiebe M. (1993). Issues in linguistic segmentation. In Proc. 1993 SIG ACL workshop, Intentionality and Structure in Discourse Relations, pp. 148-151.

Janyce Wiebe M. (1991). References in narrative text. Noûs (Special issue on Cognitive Science and AI) 25 (4): 457-486.

Japkowicz, Nathalie & Wiebe, Janyce M. (1991). Translating spatial prepositions using conceptual information. In Proc. 29th Annual Meeting of the Assoc. for Computational Linguistics (ACL-91), pp. 153-160.

Janyce Wiebe M. (1991). Point of view and discourse processing. Working Notes of the 1991 AAAI Fall Symposium on Discourse Structure in Natural Language Understanding and Generation, pp. 136-137. Paper (short) or Transparencies (more complete).

Janyce Wiebe M. (1990). Identifying subjective characters in narrative. In Proc. 13th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING-90), pp. 401-408.

Bruder, Gail A. & Janyce Wiebe M. (1990). A psychological test of an algorithm for recognizing subjectivity in narrative text. In Proc. 12th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp. 947-952.

Janyce Wiebe M. & Rapaport, William J. (1988). A computational theory of perspective and reference in narrative. In Proc. 26th Annual Meeting of the Assoc. for Computational Linguistics (ACL-88), pp. 131-138.

Janyce Wiebe M. & Rapaport, William J. (1986). Representing De Re and De Dicto belief reports in discourse and narrative. Proceedings of the IEEE (Special Issue on Knowledge Representation) 74: 1405-13.

Dissertation

If you would like a hardcopy, please contact me.

Janyce Wiebe M. (1990). Recognizing Subjective Sentences: A Computational Investigation of Narrative Text. (Ph.D. dissertation) Technical Report 90-03. (Buffalo: SUNY Buffalo Dept. of Computer Science).

Book Chapters

Cardie, C., Wiebe, J., Wilson, T., & Litman, D. (2004). Low-Level Annotations and Summary Representations of Opinions for Multi-Perspective Question Answering. M. Maybury (ed.) New Directions in Question Answering . AAAI Press.

Wiebe, J. & Bruce, R. Probabilistic Classifiers for Tracking Point of View (2001). Barnet, George A. (ed.) New Directions in Computer Content Analysis. New York: Ablex, Advances in Communication Research Series. Revised version of Wiebe & Bruce 1995.

Rapaport, William J., Shapiro, Stuart C., & Janyce Wiebe M. (1998). Quasi-indicators and knowledge reports. In F. Orilia and W.J. Rapaport (eds.), Thought, Language, and Ontology, Netherlands, Kluwer Academic, pp. 235-294. Reprint of Rapaport, Shapiro, & Wiebe 1997.

Janyce Wiebe (1995). References in narrative text. In Judy Duchan, Gail Bruder, and Lynne Hewitt (eds.) Deixis in Narrative: A Cognitive Science Perspective. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Reprint of Wiebe 1991a.

Bruder, Gail & Janyce Wiebe (1995). Recognizing subjectivity and identifying subjective characters in third-person fictional narrative. In Judy Duchan, Gail Bruder, and Lynne Hewitt (eds.) Deixis in Narrative: A Cognitive Science Perspective. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.