Jill Fain Lehman
Senior Research Computer Scientist
Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science
Principle Items of Interest:
My main research interests span the area of natural language
processing: understanding and generation, models of linguistic
performance (as opposed to models of competence), machine learning
techniques for language acquisition, language disorders, uses of
technology in remediating language-disordered behavior.
Abstracts from some recent papers:
Using Speech and Natural Language Technology in Language Intervention ,
Lehman, J. F., Proceedings of ASSETS'98, the 3rd ACM/SIGCAPH Conference
on Assistive Technologies, 1998 ( postscript of
early version of paper).
A Building Block Approach to a Unified Language Capability,
Lehman, J. F., Van Dyke, J., Lonsdale, D., Green, N., and Smith, M.,
Journal of AI Research, submitted, 1997.
Natural Language Processing for IFORs: Comprehension and Generation in the Air Combat
Domain , Lehman, J. F., Van Dyke, J., and Rubinoff R., Proceedings of the Fifth
Conference on Computer Generated Forces and Behavioral Representation 1995.
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