Paul Greiner, M.A.

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Bismarckstraße 6
91054 Erlangen

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  • Homepage: http://www.linguistik.fau.de/wir-ueber-uns/personal.shtml/paul-greiner.shtml

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Publikationen

  • Evert, Stefan; Greiner, Paul; Baigger, João Filipe; Lang, Bastian (2015). „A distributional approach to open questions in market research“. In: Computers in Industry. Link, manuscript to be found at Stefan Everts personal homepage.
  • Proisl, Thomas, Stefan Evert, Paul Greiner, Besim Kabashi (2014): „SemantiKLUE: Robust Semantic Similarity at Multiple Levels Using Maximum Weight Matching.“ In: Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation (SemEval 2014). Association for Computational Linguistics and Dublin City University, 532–540. Link.
  • Evert, Stefan, Thomas Proisl, Paul Greiner, Besim Kabashi (2014): „SentiKLUE: Updating a Polarity Classifier in 48 Hours.“ In: Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation (SemEval 2014). Association for Computational Linguistics and Dublin City University, 551–555. Link.
  • Greiner, Paul, Thomas Proisl, Stefan Evert, Besim Kabashi (2013): „KLUE-CORE: A regression model of semantic textual similarity.“ In: *SEM 2013: The Second Joint Conference on Lexical and Computational Semantics. Association for Computational Linguistics, 181–186.
  • Proisl, Thomas, Paul Greiner, Stefan Evert, Besim Kabashi (2013): „KLUE: Simple and robust methods for polarity classification.“ In: Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation (SemEval 2013). Association for Computational Linguistics, 395–401.
  • Weber, Carsten, Johannes Handl, Stefan Reihl, Paul Greiner (2010): „The JSLIM 2.1 Documentation: Morphology, Syntax and Formal Languages.“ In: CLUE Technical Reports (Number 10). Abteilung für Computerlinguistik Uni Erlangen-Nürnberg (CLUE).

About me

Hi, I am a PhD student and research associate with teaching assignment at the professorship for Corpus Linguistics at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany. I graduated at the same institute in Computational Linguistics and English Linguistics in 2012.

My professional interest lies in everything concerning natural language processing in research as well as real world application, specifically identification and measurement of semantic textual similarity and polarity classification. During my studies, I focused on rule-based systems, performing the shift to statistical techniques in the recent years. Currently, I am working on my dissertation which might or might not explore the possibilities of refining semantic clustering by applying techniques from summarization and key-word extraction.

Non-professional interests are manifold, ranging from climbing to playing the (bass) guitar. I also prefer my bike to the car whenever possible.

Lehrveranstaltungen

Alle Lehrveranstaltungen des laufenden Semesters

Lehrveranstaltungen an der Professur für Korpuslinguistik:

  • PS Grundseminar Programmierung Python (Sommersemester 2017)

    • Proseminar (PS), Schein
    • Jede Woche, Mo., 14:15 - 15:45 Uhr, Computerlinguistik, Bismarckstraße 12, 91054 Erlangen, Raum 00.320