email: gabriel.murray --AT-- ufv.ca
Speech and natural language processing, automatic summarization, natural language generation, multi-modal interaction, sentiment analysis, computational semantics
Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, belief networks, markov decision processes, markov rewards processes
Data Quality, data mining, statistical process control, Bayesian statistics
PhD, Informatics, University of Edinburgh, 2008. I completed my PhD in the Centre for Speech Technology Research under the supervision of Steve Renals. Here is my PhD thesis, Using Speech-Specific Characteristics for Automatic Speech Summarization.
MSc., Speech and Language Processing, University of Edinburgh, 2004
BA, Linguistics, University of Washington, 2003
At UFV, I regularly teach upper-level courses in the areas of AI and Data Mining (e.g. COMP 380 Intro to AI, COMP 381 Machine Learning, COMP 455 Extreme Computing, COMP 482 Natural Language Processing, COMP 331 Data Quality). I also teach introductory programming courses (e.g. COMP 120 Computing for the Sciences, COMP 155 Object Oriented Programming).
Our book Methods for Mining and Summarizing Text Conversations is now available online from Morgan Claypool and in print from Amazon, Chapters, Powell's and elsewhere.