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  • Emerald Hills, CA
  • Menlo Park, CA
  • 3950 Jefferson Ave, Emerald Hills, CA 94062

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Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

Skills

Computational Linguistics • Natural Language Processing • Machine Learning • Information Extraction • Text Analytics • Linguistics • Syntax • Lexical semantics • Lexical Semantics

Industries

Computer Software

Resumes

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Annie Zaenen

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Location:
San Francisco Bay Area
Industry:
Computer Software
Skills:
Computational Linguistics
Natural Language Processing
Machine Learning
Information Extraction
Text Analytics
Linguistics
Syntax
Lexical semantics
Lexical Semantics

Publications

Us Patents

Systems And Methods For Displaying Interactive Topic-Based Text Summaries

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US Patent:
7117437, Oct 3, 2006
Filed:
Dec 16, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/319545
Inventors:
Francine R. Chen - Menlo Park CA,
Thorsten H. Brants - Palo Alto CA,
Annie E. Zaenen - Redwood City CA,
Assignee:
Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated - Palo Alto CA
International Classification:
G06N 3/00
US Classification:
715530, 704 9, 704257
Abstract:
Techniques for displaying interactive topic-based summarization are provided. A text to be summarized is segmented. Discrete keyword, key-phrase, n-gram, sentence and other sentence constituent based summaries are generated based on statistical measures for each text segment. Interactive topic-based summaries are displayed with human sensible omitted text indicators such as alternate colors, fonts, sounds, tactile elements or other human sensible display characteristics useful in indicating omitted text. Individual and/or combinations of discrete keyword, key-phrase, n-gram, sentence, noun phrase and sentence constituent based summaries are dynamically displayed to provide an overview of topic and subtopic development within a text. A hierarchical and interactive display of texts based on the use of discrete sentence constituent based summaries which associates expansible and contractible displayed text to provide contextualized access to an interactive topic-based text summary and to an original text.

Systems And Methods For Dynamically Determining The Attitude Of A Natural Language Speaker

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US Patent:
7260519, Aug 21, 2007
Filed:
Mar 13, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/387719
Inventors:
Livia Polanyi - Palo Alto CA,
Annie Zaenen - Redwood City CA,
Misty L. Azara - Los Altos CA,
James D. Baker - Menlo Park CA,
Assignee:
Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. - Tokyo
International Classification:
G06F 17/27
US Classification:
704 9
Abstract:
Systems and methods for analyzing speech containing at least one lexical item, said analysis to determine an attitude of a speaker towards an entity, comprising determining at least one actual valence for the at least one lexical item by analyzing the at least one lexical item in context; determining the attitude based on the at least one actual valence; associating the speaker, the entity and the attitude; and wherein the at least one lexical item encodes attitude information about the entity.

System And Method For Dynamically Determining The Attitude Of An Author Of A Natural Language Document

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US Patent:
7369985, May 6, 2008
Filed:
Feb 11, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/364208
Inventors:
Livia Polanyi - Palo Alto CA,
Annie Zaenen - Redwood City CA,
Assignee:
Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. - Tokyo
International Classification:
G06F 17/20
US Classification:
704 8, 704 9
Abstract:
A method for adaptively analyzing a natural language document containing at least one lexical item, said analysis to determine an attitude of an author towards an entity, comprising determining at least one actual valence for the at least one lexical item by analyzing the at least one lexical item in context, determining the attitude based on the at least one actual valence, associating the author, the entity and the attitude, and wherein the at least one lexical item encodes attitude information about the entity.

Systems And Methods For Sentence Based Interactive Topic-Based Text Summarization

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US Patent:
7376893, May 20, 2008
Filed:
Dec 16, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/319544
Inventors:
Francine R. Chen - Menlo Park CA,
Thorsten H. Brants - Palo Alto CA,
Annie E. Zaenen - Redwood City CA,
Assignee:
Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated - Palo Alto CA
International Classification:
G06N 3/00
US Classification:
715254, 715255
Abstract:
Techniques for determining sentence based interactive topic-based summarization are provided. A text to be summarized is segmented. Discrete keyword, key-phrase, n-gram, sentence and other sentence constituent based summaries are generated based on statistical measures for each text segment. Interactive topic-based summaries are displayed with human sensible omitted text indicators such as alternate colors, fonts, sounds, tactile elements or other human sensible display characteristics useful in indicating omitted text. Individual and/or combinations of discrete keyword, key-phrase, n-gram, sentence, noun phrase and sentence constituent based summaries are dynamically displayed to provide an overview of topic and subtopic development within a text. A hierarchical and interactive display of texts based on the use of discrete sentence constituent based summaries which associates expansible and contractible displayed text provides contextualized access to an interactive topic-based text summary and to an original text.

System And Method For Dynamically Determining The Function Of A Lexical Item Based On Context

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US Patent:
7424420, Sep 9, 2008
Filed:
Feb 11, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/364038
Inventors:
Livia Polanyi - Palo Alto CA,
Annie Zaenen - Redwood City CA,
Assignee:
Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. - Tokyo
International Classification:
G06F 17/20
US Classification:
704 8, 704 9
Abstract:
A method for adaptively determining the attitudinal function of a lexical item occurring in a natural language document, comprising determining a base valence of the lexical item; identifying a contextual valence shifter (CVS) wherein the lexical item is within scope of the CVS; and determining an actual valence of the lexical item by adjusting the base valence based on the CVS.

Systems And Methods For Interactive Topic-Based Text Summarization

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US Patent:
7451395, Nov 11, 2008
Filed:
Dec 16, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/319508
Inventors:
Thorsten H. Brants - Palo Alto CA,
Francine R. Chen - Menlo Park CA,
Annie E. Zaenen - Redwood City CA,
Assignee:
Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated - Palo Alto CA
International Classification:
G06F 17/00
US Classification:
715254, 715255
Abstract:
Techniques for determining interactive topic-based summarization are provided. A text to be summarized is segmented. Discrete keyword, key-phrase, n-gram, sentence and other sentence constituent based summaries are generated based on statistical measures for each text segment. Interactive topic-based summaries are displayed with human sensible omitted text indicators such as alternate colors, fonts, sounds, tactile elements or other human sensible display characteristics useful in indicating omitted text. Individual and/or combinations of discrete keyword, key-phrase, n-gram, sentence, noun phrase and sentence constituent based summaries are dynamically displayed to provide an overview of topic and subtopic development within a text. A hierarchical and interactive display of texts based on the use of discrete sentence constituent based summaries which associates expansible and contractible displayed text provides contextualized access to an interactive topic-based text summary and to an original text.

System And Method For Dynamically Determining The Function Of A Lexical Item Based On Discourse Hierarchy Structure

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US Patent:
7363213, Apr 22, 2008
Filed:
Feb 11, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/364191
Inventors:
Livia Polanyi - Palo Alto CA,
Annie Zaenen - Redwood City CA,
Assignee:
Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. - Tokyo
International Classification:
G06F 17/20
US Classification:
704 8, 704 9
Abstract:
A method for adaptively determining the attitudinal function of a lexical item occurring in a natural language document, comprising determining a base valence of the lexical item; determining an actual valence of the lexical item by adjusting the base valence based on the discourse structure of the document; and wherein the actual valence denotes an attitude of an author towards an entity or event.

Systems And Methods For Grammatical Text Condensation

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US Patent:
2004023, Nov 18, 2004
Filed:
May 12, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/435036
Inventors:
Stefan Riezler - San Francisco CA,
Richard Crouch - Cupertino CA,
Tracy King - Mountain View CA,
Annie Zaenen - Redwood City CA,
Alexander Vasserman - Malden MA,
International Classification:
G06F017/28
US Classification:
704/005000
Abstract:
Techniques are provided for determining grammatical condensed text structures. Packed structures are determined for text structures based on a parsing grammar. Reduced packed structures are determined by applying transformation rules to packed and/or unpacked elements of the packed structures. A disambiguation model is applied to the reduced packed structure to determine candidate structures. A grammatically correct generation grammar is applied to the candidate structures to determine grammatical condensed text structures.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Survey of the State of the Art in Human Language Technology

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Author

Annie Zaenen

ISBN #

0521592771

Extraction Rules in Icelandic

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Author

Annie Zaenen

ISBN #

0824054431

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Annie Zaenen

About:
Born:

1941

Work:
Position:

Manager

Education:
Area of science:

Computational linguistics • Syntax • Semantics


Academic degree:

Professor

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Scientific

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