Julian Brooke
Julian Brooke
Assistant Professor of Teaching, University of British Columbia
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Lexicon-based methods for sentiment analysis
M Taboada, J Brooke, M Tofiloski, K Voll, M Stede
Computational linguistics 37 (2), 267-307, 2011
Announcement of the 2021 ACL Test-of-Time Paper Award
A Berger, S Della Pietra, V Della Pietra, J Carletta, M Taboada, J Brooke, ...
Computational Linguistics 22 (1), 1996
Cross-linguistic sentiment analysis: From English to Spanish
J Brooke, M Tofiloski, M Taboada
Proceedings of the international conference RANLP-2009, 50-54, 2009
A syntactic and lexical-based discourse segmenter
M Tofiloski, J Brooke, M Taboada
Proceedings of the ACL-IJCNLP 2009 conference short papers, 77-80, 2009
Extracting sentiment as a function of discourse structure and topicality
M Taboada, K Voll, J Brooke
Simon Fraser Univeristy School of Computing Science Technical Report, 1-22, 2008
Deep-speare: A joint neural model of poetic language, meter and rhyme
JH Lau, T Cohn, T Baldwin, J Brooke, A Hammond
arXiv preprint arXiv:1807.03491, 2018
Genre-based paragraph classification for sentiment analysis
M Taboada, J Brooke, M Stede
Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2009 Conference, 62-70, 2009
GutenTag: an NLP-driven tool for digital humanities research in the Project Gutenberg corpus
J Brooke, A Hammond, G Hirst
Proceedings of the Fourth Workshop on Computational Linguistics for …, 2015
Native language detection with ‘cheap’learner corpora
J Brooke, G Hirst
Twenty Years of Learner Corpus Research. Looking Back, Moving Ahead …, 2013
A semantic approach to automated text sentiment analysis
J Brooke
Simon fraser university, 2009
Automatic acquisition of lexical formality
J Brooke, T Wang, G Hirst
Coling 2010: Posters, 90-98, 2010
Robust, lexicalized native language identification
J Brooke, G Hirst
Proceedings of COLING 2012, 391-408, 2012
Measuring Interlanguage: Native Language Identification with L1-influence Metrics.
J Brooke, G Hirst
LREC, 779-784, 2012
A tale of two cultures: Bringing literary analysis and computational linguistics together
A Hammond, J Brooke, G Hirst
Proceedings of the Workshop on Computational Linguistics for Literature, 1-8, 2013
Bootstrapped text-level named entity recognition for literature
J Brooke, A Hammond, T Baldwin
Proceedings of the 54th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2016
A multi-dimensional Bayesian approach to lexical style
J Brooke, G Hirst
Proceedings of the 2013 Conference of the North American Chapter of the …, 2013
Supervised ranking of co-occurrence profiles for acquisition of continuous lexical attributes
J Brooke, G Hirst
Proceedings of COLING 2014, the 25th International Conference on …, 2014
Using models of lexical style to quantify free indirect discourse in modernist fiction
J Brooke, A Hammond, G Hirst
Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 32 (2), 234-250, 2017
A weird (language) tale: Variation and change in the adjectives of strangeness
SA Tagliamonte, J Brooke
American Speech 89 (1), 4-41, 2014
Unsupervised multiword segmentation of large corpora using prediction-driven decomposition of n-grams
J Brooke, V Tsang, G Hirst, F Shein
Proceedings of COLING 2014, the 25th International Conference on …, 2014
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