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Speakers' prosodic marking of syntactic constituency is often measured in sentence reading tasks that lack realistic situational constraints on speaking. Results from such studies can be criticized because the pragmatic goals of readers differ dramatically from those of speakers in typical conversation. On the other hand, recordings of unscripted speech do(More)
Brain morphometric studies often incorporate comparative hemispheric asymmetry analyses of segmented brain structures. In this work, we present evidence that common user guided structural segmentation techniques exhibit strong left-right asymmetric biases and thus fundamentally influence any left-right asymmetry analyses. In this study, MRI scans from ten(More)
We propose a model for network formation and study some of its statistical properties. The motivation for the model comes from the growth of several kinds of real networks (i.e. kinship and trading networks, networks of corporate alliances, networks of autocatalytic chemical reactions). These networks grow by either establishing closer connections by adding(More)
We propose a model for network formation and study some of its statistical properties. The motivation for the model comes from the growth of several kinds of real networks (i.e., kinship and trading networks, networks of corporate alliances, networks of autocatalytic chemical reactions). These networks grow either by establishing closer connections by(More)
The Domino system was SAIC's student-intern entry to the English Entity-Linking track of the 2012 TAC-KBP competition. This paper describes how Domino was developed using components from the CUNY-BLENDER system and discusses the features and rules that were added to Domino. It analyzes Domino's performance, and suggests ways in which we plan to improve the(More)