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2017Potential and limitations of cross-domain sentiment classificationvon Grünigen, Dirk; Weilenmann, Martin; Deriu, Jan Milan; Cieliebak, Mark
2017End-to-end trainable system for enhancing diversity in natural language generationDeriu, Jan Milan; Cieliebak, Mark
2017Four different ways to build a chatbot about moviesGraf, Hans Daniel; Koc, Yusuf; Panighetti, Sandro; Togni, Matteo; von Grünigen, Dirk, et al
2017Hierarchical classificaion for news articlesBenites de Azevedo e Souza, Fernando; Cieliebak, Mark
2016Adverse drug reaction detection using an adapted sentiment classifierUzdilli, Fatih; Cieliebak, Mark; Egger, Dominic
2016Influence of flipped classroom on technical skills and non-technical competences of IT studentsCieliebak, Mark; Keck Frei, Andrea
2016Optimising Deep Learning for Infinite Applications in Text AnalyticsCieliebak, Mark
2016Sentiment analysis using convolutional neural networks with multi-task training and distant supervision on italian tweetsDeriu, Jan Milan; Cieliebak, Mark
2016Twitter can help to find adverse drug reactionsCieliebak, Mark; Egger, Dominic; Uzdilli, Fatih
2016Deep learning for infinite applications in text analyticsCieliebak, Mark
2015Swiss-Chocolate : combining flipout regularization and random forests with artificially built subsystems to boost text-classification for sentimentUzdilli, Fatih; Jaggi, Martin; Egger, Dominic; Julmy, Pascal; Derczynski, Leon, et al
2015Back to the Future : Time-Travelling-Debugger als Alternative zu klassischen DebuggernSchutzbach, Daniel; Uzdilli, Fatih; Cieliebak, Mark
2015PANOPTES : automated article segmentation of newspaper pages for "Real Time Print Media Monitoring“Arnold, Marek; Cieliebak, Mark; Stadelmann, Thilo; Stampfli, Jan; Uzdilli, Fatih
Jan-2015Toward automatic data curation for open dataStadelmann, Thilo; Cieliebak, Mark; Stockinger, Kurt
2014Flip your classroom : but be aware!Cieliebak, Mark
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