Emiel Krahmer mostly deals with Artificial intelligence, Linguistics, Perception, Natural language processing and Cognitive psychology. His biological study focuses on Referring expression generation. His Perception study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Expression, Utterance, Eyebrow and Focus.
His studies deal with areas such as Speech recognition, Task and State as well as Natural language processing. His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Head, Speech perception, Facial expression and Protocol analysis. His study looks at the relationship between Data science and topics such as Field, which overlap with Natural language generation.
His primary scientific interests are in Artificial intelligence, Natural language processing, Linguistics, Cognitive psychology and Perception. His work deals with themes such as Context, Speech recognition and Computer vision, which intersect with Artificial intelligence. His study in Task extends to Natural language processing with its themes.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Linguistics, Language production are connected with Psycholinguistics and other disciplines. In the subject of general Cognitive psychology, his work in Set is often linked to Perspective, thereby combining diverse domains of study. The various areas that Emiel Krahmer examines in his Perception study include Social psychology, Emotional expression, Utterance and Intonation.
His primary areas of study are Cognitive psychology, Artificial intelligence, Natural language processing, Robot and Cancer. His Cognitive psychology research integrates issues from Language production, Perspective-taking, Rhythm and Affect. His End-to-end principle, Text generation, Computational model and Natural language generation study are his primary interests in Artificial intelligence.
His research integrates issues of Classifier, Similarity, Task and Variation in his study of Natural language processing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including TUTOR, Gesture, Second language and Human–computer interaction. His study explores the link between Cancer and topics such as Personalization that cross with problems in Internet privacy, Cancer death and Family medicine.
His main research concerns Cognitive psychology, Natural language generation, Artificial intelligence, Natural language processing and Context. His Cognitive psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Language production, Perspective-taking, Feature selection and Egocentrism. Emiel Krahmer interconnects Consistency, Data science and Set in the investigation of issues within Natural language generation.
Emiel Krahmer applies his multidisciplinary studies on Artificial intelligence and RDF in his research. His studies in Natural language processing integrate themes in fields like String and Task. His study focuses on the intersection of Context and fields such as Event with connections in the field of Gesture.
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Survey of the state of the art in natural language generation: core tasks, applications and evaluation
Albert Gatt;Emiel Krahmer.
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (2018)
The Effects of Visual Beats on Prosodic Prominence: Acoustic Analyses, Auditory Perception and Visual Perception.
Emiel Krahmer;Marc Swerts.
Journal of Memory and Language (2007)
Computational generation of referring expressions: A survey
Emiel Krahmer;Kees van Deemter.
Computational Linguistics (2012)
Sentence Simplification by Monolingual Machine Translation
Sander Wubben;Antal van den Bosch;Emiel Krahmer.
meeting of the association for computational linguistics (2012)
Graph-based generation of referring expressions
Emiel Krahmer;Sebastiaan van Erk;André Verleg.
Computational Linguistics (2003)
Real versus Template-Based Natural Language Generation: A False Opposition?
Kees Van Deemter;Emiel Krahmer;Mariët Theune.
Computational Linguistics (2005)
Prosodic marking of information status in Dutch and Italian: a comparative analysis
Marc Swerts;Emiel Krahmer;Cinzia Avesani.
Journal of Phonetics (2002)
On the alleged existence of contrastive accents
EJ Emil Krahmer;Mgj Swerts.
Speech Communication (2001)
Audiovisual prosody and feeling of knowing
Marc Swerts;Emiel Krahmer.
Journal of Memory and Language (2005)
Efficient context-sensitive generation of referring expressions
Emiel Krahmer;Mariet Theune.
Information Sharing: Reference and Presupposition in Language Generation and Interpretation, Center for the Study of Language and Information-Lecture Notes (2002)
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