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Eugene Charniak Named ACL Fellow & Awarded 2011 Hoffman Marlowe Prize

The Association for Computational Linguistics recently named Eugene Charniak among its founding group of Fellows for his significant contributions to natural language parsing. The ACL Fellows program recognizes ACL members whose contributions to the field have been most extraordinary.

He was also awarded the 2011 Calvin & Rose G Hoffman Prize for a Distinguished Publication on Christopher Marlowe. The Marlowe prize was awarded for the essay ‘Statistical Stylometrics and the Marlowe-Shakespeare Authorship’ (with coauthors Neal Fox and Omran Ehmoda) which asked the question, "When we don't know who the author of a document is, but we have a set ...

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