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We present a perceptron-style discriminative approach to machine translation in which large feature sets can be exploited. Unlike discriminative reranking approaches, our system can take advantage of learned features in all stages of decoding. We first discuss several challenges to error-driven discriminative approaches. In particular, we explore different… (More)

- Taylor Berg-Kirkpatrick, Alexandre Bouchard-Côté, John DeNero, Dan Klein
- HLT-NAACL
- 2010

We show how features can easily be added to standard generative models for unsupervised learning, without requiring complex new training methods. In particular, each component multinomial of a generative model can be turned into a miniature logistic regression model if feature locality permits. The intuitive EM algorithm still applies, but with a… (More)

- Andrew Roth, Jaswinder S Khattra, +7 authors Sohrab P. Shah
- Nature methods
- 2014

We introduce PyClone, a statistical model for inference of clonal population structures in cancers. PyClone is a Bayesian clustering method for grouping sets of deeply sequenced somatic mutations into putative clonal clusters while estimating their cellular prevalences and accounting for allelic imbalances introduced by segmental copy-number changes and… (More)

- John DeNero, Alexandre Bouchard-Côté, Dan Klein
- EMNLP
- 2008

We describe the first tractable Gibbs sampling procedure for estimating phrase pair frequencies under a probabilistic model of phrase alignment. We propose and evaluate two nonparametric priors that successfully avoid the degenerate behavior noted in previous work, where overly large phrases memorize the training data. Phrase table weights learned under our… (More)

- Alexandre Bouchard-Côté, Percy Liang, Thomas L. Griffiths, Dan Klein
- EMNLP-CoNLL
- 2007

We present a probabilistic model of diachronic phonology in which individual word forms undergo stochastic edits along the branches of a phylogenetic tree. Our approach allows us to achieve three goals with a single unified model: (1) reconstruction of both ancient and modern word forms, (2) discovery of general phonological changes, and (3) selection among… (More)

Many problems of practical interest rely on Continuous-time Markov chains (CTMCs) defined over combinatorial state spaces, rendering the computation of transition probabilities, and hence probabilistic inference, difficult or impossible with existing methods. For problems with countably infinite states, where classical methods such as matrix exponentiation… (More)

- Andrew W McPherson, Andrew Roth, +31 authors Sohrab Salehi
- Nature genetics
- 2016

We performed phylogenetic analysis of high-grade serous ovarian cancers (68 samples from seven patients), identifying constituent clones and quantifying their relative abundances at multiple intraperitoneal sites. Through whole-genome and single-nucleus sequencing, we identified evolutionary features including mutation loss, convergence of the structural… (More)

- Alexandre Bouchard-Côté, Thomas L. Griffiths, Dan Klein
- HLT-NAACL
- 2009

We present an unsupervised approach to reconstructing ancient word forms. The present work addresses three limitations of previous work. First, previous work focused on faithfulness features, which model changes between successive languages. We add markedness features, which model well-formedness within each language. Second, we introduce universal… (More)

<lb>Many Markov chain Monte Carlo techniques currently available rely on discrete-time re-<lb>versible Markov processes whose transition kernels are variations of the Metropolis–Hastings<lb>algorithm. We explore and generalize an alternative scheme recently introduced in the physics<lb>literature [27] where the target distribution is explored using a… (More)

- Alexandre Bouchard-Côté, Michael I. Jordan
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 2013

We address the problem of the joint statistical inference of phylogenetic trees and multiple sequence alignments from unaligned molecular sequences. This problem is generally formulated in terms of string-valued evolutionary processes along the branches of a phylogenetic tree. The classic evolutionary process, the TKF91 model [Thorne JL, Kishino H,… (More)