I am a research associate at the University of Edinburgh. I develop natural language processing and machine learning techniques
to improve and enrich people’s access to information. Some applications I have focused on are
automatic summarization, discourse parsing, and assessment of text quality.
In January 2013, I graduated with a PhD from
the University of Pennsylvania.
Before starting at Penn, I received my undergraduate degree in Computer Science and Engineering from College of Engineering-Guindy,
Anna University located at Chennai, India.
I was born in Trichy, a beautiful temple city in South India.
- Nominated for 'Best Research Abstract' at SIGAI Career Network Conference (SIGAI CNC) 2015.
- I am co-organizing a EMNLP 2015 workshop on linking sentence and discourse semantics. Consider submitting a paper to LSDSem.
- Which Step Do I Take First? Troubleshooting with Bayesian Models, Annie Louis and Mirella Lapata, Transactions of ACL, 2015. [pdf], [corpus]
- A Bayesian Method to Incorporate Background Knowledge during Automatic Text Summarization, Annie Louis, Proceedings of ACL:Short Papers, 2014. [pdf]
- Structured and Unstructured Cache Models for SMT Domain Adaptation, Annie Louis and Bonnie Webber, Proceedings of EACL 2014. [pdf]
- Verbose, Laconic or Just Right: A Simple Computational Model of Content Appropriateness under Length Constraints, Annie Louis and Ani Nenkova, Proceedings of EACL 2014. [pdf]
alouis at inf dot ed dot ac dot uk
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University of Edinburgh
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