Below is a collection of my published works.

publications

Jesse English
Learning By Reading: Automatic Knowledge Extraction through Semantic Analysis
University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 2010
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Sergei Nirenburg, Marjorie McShane, Stephen Beale, Jesse English and Roberta Catizone
Four Kinds of Learning in One Agent-Oriented Environment
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures (BICA), Arlington, VA, November, 2010
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Jesse English and Sergei Nirenburg
Striking a balance: Human and computer contributions to learning through semantic analysis
Proceedings of the 4th IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburg PA, September, 2010
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Akshay Java, et al.
Using a Natural Language Understanding System to Generate Semantic Web Content
International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems (IJSWIS) 3 (4), November, 2008
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Sergei Nirenburg, Tim Oates, and Jesse English
Learning by Reading by Learning to Read
Proceedings of ICSC-07, August, 2007
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Jesse English and Sergei Nirenburg
Ontology Learning from Text Using Automatic Ontological-Semantic Text Annotation and the Web as the Corpus
Proceedings of the AAAI 2007 Spring Symposium Series on Machine Reading, March, 2007
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Sandor Dornbush, et al.
XPod: A Human Activity Aware Learning Mobile Music Player
Proceedings of the Workshop on Ambient Intelligence, 20th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), January, 2007
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Jesse English, Michael Wiacek and Mohamed Younis
CORE: Coordinated Relocation of Sink Nodes in Wireless Sensor Networks
Proceedings of the 23rd Biennial Symposium on Communication, May, 2006
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talks

Jesse English and Sarah Kelley
What the !@#% is Data Science?
Invited speaker at University of Maryland's iSchool
April, 2015
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Jesse English
Deep Semantic Analysis of Big Data
Invited speaker at Teaching Machines to Read: Processing Text with NLP, Data Science Maryland
March, 2013
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Jesse English
Data Scientists Teaching Machines to Read
Interview on Baltimore Weekly
March, 2013
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Jesse English
Automatic Semantic Annotation Using the Web
Guest lecturer at the Math/CS department at Salisbury University
May, 2007
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projects

WIMs - Weakly Inferred Meanings
A python library for generating structured networks of deep semantic meaning from unstructured text in linear time
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SwingFTFY
A Java Swing library extension that adds an array of modern enhancements to default widgets, such as hint text and close-able tabs
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techreports

Jesse English and Benjamin Bengfort
Document Relationship Detection Using Complex Semantic Signatures and Similarity Scores
February, 2013
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Jesse English, Sergei Nirenburg and Marjorie McShane
Learning Ontology by Reading: Scoring Candidate Knowledge
January, 2012
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Jesse English and Sergei Nirenburg
DEKADE: An Environment Supporting Development of NLP Systems
July, 2007
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Sergei Nirenburg, Donald Dimitroff, Jesse English and Craig Pfeifer
Three Experiments on Mining the Web for Ontology and Lexicon Learning
February, 2007
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Sergei Nirenburg and Jesse English
Calculating Concept Similarity Heuristics for Ontology Learning from Text
January, 2007
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Akshay Java, Jesse English and Sergei Nirenburg
Automated Fact Repository Construction through Ontology Filtering and Natural Language Processing
February, 2006
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other

Jesse English
PhD Proposal Presentation: Learning By Reading - Automatic Knowledge Extraction through Semantic Analysis
PhD proposal presentation, University of Maryland Baltimore County
March, 2008
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Jesse English
DEKADE: Development, Evaluation, Knowledge Acquisition, and Demonstration Environment
Poster submission to the UMBC Computer Science/Electrical Engineering Graduate Poster Session
May, 2007
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unpublished

Jesse English
PhD Proposal: Learning By Reading - Automatic Knowledge Extraction through Semantic Analysis
Unpublished PhD proposal, University of Maryland Baltimore County
August, 2007
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Jesse English
DEKADE II: An Environment for Development and Demonstration in Natural Language Processing
Unpublished Master's Project Report, University of Maryland Baltimore County
May, 2006
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