PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Roi Reichart
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No of theses 16
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Ziser Yftah 2019 PhD Abstracts Domain Adaptation for Natural Language Processing – a Neural Network Based Approach
Dror Rotem 2020 PhD Abstracts Structured Solutions in Natural Language Processing: Algorithms and Statistically Sound Evalution
Leviant Ira 2020 PhD Abstracts Multilingual Word Embeddings: Evaluation and Template-Based Algorithms
Deutsch Amichay 2019 MSc Abstracts A Perturbation Approach to Structured Prediction in Natural Language Processing
Givoli Ofer 2019 MSc Abstracts Zero-Shot Semantic Parsing for Instructions
Zohar Dor 2019 MSc Label Expansio – Integrating Prior Knowledge to Large Label Set Tasks
Malca Rivka 2018 MSc Abstracts Neural Transition Based Parsing of Web Queries: An Entity Based Approach
Yazdi Ram 2021 MSc Abstracts Perturbation Based Learning for Structured NLP Tasks with Application to Dependency Parsing
Tarno Maya 2021 MSc Abstracts Designing an Automatic Agent for Repeated Language based Persuasion Games
Rubinstein Meiran 2018 MSc Abstracts Automatic Selection of Accutate Image Captions
Rotman Guy 2018 MSc Abstracts A Deep Multimodal Multilingual Approach for Text Processing via Deep Partial Canonical Correlation Analysis
Peretz Iftah 2017 MSc Abstracts GPU Based Parallelization of the Chu-Liu-Edmonds Algorithm, for the Dependency Parsing Problem
Peled Lotem 2017 MSc Abstracts Interpretation Sarcasm with Sentiment Based Monolingual Machine Translation
Loeub Hagar 2016 MSc Abstracts A Model Composition Approach to Language and Vision Combination in Natural Language Processing
Tchernowitz Ilan 2016 MSc Abstracts Effective Greedy Inference for Graph-based Non-Projective Dependency Parsing
Jacobs Shmuela 2014 MSc Abstracts Translating OPM System Models to RDF format for Their Integration into the Semantic Web