Heather McCallum-Bayliss


References:

  • Variability in naming Database challenges in multicultural and multilingual settings (2010)
  • Identity resolution in a global environment: fishing for people in a sea of names (2004)
  • Ethical Dilemmas for the Computational Linguist in the Business World (1993)

See also:

IARPA Metaphor Program


The Modal Verbs: Univocal Lexical Items
H McCallum-Bayliss – 1986 – elibrary.ru
Degree: Ph. D. DegreeYear: 1984 Institute: Georgetown University This study is about the modal verbs of American English: can, may, could, might, must, will, shall, would and should. Many traditional analyses consider the modals ambiguous between the so-called epistemic …

Whose name is it: Names, ownership and databases
…, R Lutz, H McCallum-Bayliss – Originally written for: 1998 …, 1998 – immagic.com
Personal names are important pointers to individuals in a society. Whereas in small, tribal societies, the context between name as label and its referent is transparent and direct, in modern technological societies, there is often great distance between the name as label and …

Identity resolution in a global environment: fishing for people in a sea of names
H McCallum-Bayliss – IT professional, 2004 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
With huge volumes of information comes an increasing possibility that a name appears in several forms, that the same name refers to different people, and that data input or other types of errors occur. Given the amount of data that businesses, government, and law …

Donald Trump Is A Conqueror
H McCallum-Bayliss – Populist Discourse: Critical Approaches to …, 2019 – books.google.com
Political leaders are entrusted with the power to shape and make decisions about citizens’ lives. Knowing what principles, beliefs and worldview motivate a political actor’s decisions and behavior may give us insight into how the candidate will govern. Research shows …

Ethical Dilemmas for the Computational Linguist in the Business World
H McCallum-Bayliss – Issues in Applied Linguistics, 1993 – escholarship.org
Most applications of computational linguistics take place in commercial settings, where issues of concern to the businessperson may be of less interest to the linguist. Commonly, the linguist struggles with contributing worthwhile linguistic insights and working to meet the …

Variability in naming: Database challenges in multicultural and multilingual settings
H McCallum-Bayliss, CT Adger – Language Problems and …, 2010 – jbe-platform.com
Personal names are variable. Individuals may refer to themselves and be referred to in different ways depending on the social situation. In multilingual and multicultural settings, potential variation in personal names is even more challenging. It arises from cultural …

Interactive Question Answering
H McCallum-Bayliss – 2006 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Este, un espacio propicio para reflexionar sobre el despertar de los pueblos en la lucha por la autodeterminación, la soberanía, la integridad territorial, la independencia, la paz y contra la guerra imperialista encabezada por el gobierno de los Estados Unidos de América…. Por …

Semantics in Support of Collaboration
KB Laskey, I Emmons, PCG Costa – 2014 – ceur-ws.org
… Page 11. STIDS 2014 Proceedings Page x Dr. Heather McCallum-?Bayliss Meaning Technologies: At the Cutting Edge … Biography: Dr. Heather McCallum-?Bayliss Heather McCallum-?Bayliss received her Ph.D. in Theoretical Linguistics from Georgetown University …

Aw, man, where you goin’?”: Classroom Interaction and the Development of L2 Interactional Competence
JK Hall – Issues in Applied linguistics, 1995 – escholarship.org
… Finegan, Edward; … Ethical Considerations in Language Awareness Programs. Wolfram, Walt; … Ethical Dilemmas for the Computational Linguist in the Business World. McCallum-Bayliss, Heather; … Ethical Issues in Applying Linguistics: Afterword …

Proceedings of the Interactive Question Answering Workshop at HLT-NAACL 2006
N Webb – Proceedings of the Interactive Question Answering …, 2006 – aclweb.org
… Invited Speakers: Jim Hieronymous, NASA Tanya Korelsky, NSF Heather McCallum-Bayliss, DTO Tomek Strzalkowski, SUNY, Albany Bill Woods, SUN Microsystems v Page 6. Page 7. Table of Contents … 9:30–10:30 Invited Talk by Heather McCallum-Bayliss 10:30–11:00 Break …

Synthesis in second language teaching
H Hammerly – Blaine, WA: Second Language Publications, 1982 – journals.ku.edu
… Contributor Profile Heather McCallum-Bayliss thanks CT Adger. FC Bosco … however. are exclusively those of the author. Dr. McCallum-Bayliss is with the Department of linguistiCS in the School of Languages and Linguistics at Georgetown University …

MINDS workshops machine translation working group final report
A Lavie, D Yarowsky, K Knight, C Callison-Burch… – 2006 – academia.edu
… This report is one of five reports that were based on the MINDS workshops, led by Donna Harman (NIST) and sponsored by Heather McCallum-Bayliss of the Disruptive Technology Office of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s Office of Science and Technology …

Ethical Issues in Applying Linguistics: Afterword
BB Kachru – Issues in Applied Linguistics, 1993 – escholarship.org
… cultural objectives. In my view, McCallum-Bayliss has almost identical concerns about the fast-expandingfield of computational linguistics. The six areas of conflict she addresses reveal conflict in responsibility. An especially …

Meeting of the MINDS: An information retrieval research agenda
J Callan, J Allan, CLA Clarke, S Dumais, DA Evans… – ACM SIGIR Forum, 2007 – dl.acm.org
… This report is one of five reports that were based on the MINDS workshops, led by Donna Harman (NIST) and sponsored by Heather McCallum-Bayliss of the Disruptive Technology Office of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s Office of Science and Technology …

Business alignment
S Testa – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… 5-7. I Information extraction “Identity Resolution in a Global Environment: Fishing for People in a Sea of Names,” H. McCallum-Bayliss, Nov.-Dec … 53-59. McCallum-Bayliss, Heather, “Identity Resolution in a Global Environment: Fishing for People in a Sea of Names,” Nov.-Dec …

Vivid phrasal idioms and the lexical-image continuum
JI Liontas – Issues in Applied Linguistics, 2002 – escholarship.org
… Language Pathology. Hamilton, Heidi E. … Ethical Considerations for Expert Witnesses in Forensic Linguistics. Finegan, Edward; … Ethical Dilemmas for the Computational Linguist in the Business World. McCallum-Bayliss, Heather; …

Exploring populist styles of political discourse in Twitter
R Breeze – World Englishes, 2020 – Wiley Online Library
… In particular, numerous analyses have centred on Donald Trump: Bhatia and Ross (2019) have studied his repeated use of particular phrases to delegitimise his rivals, McCallum?Bayliss (2019) and Schoor (2020) have both scrutinised his use of conceptual metaphor, while …

Great Movement versus Crooked Opponents
U Schneider, M Eitelmann – Linguistic Inquiries into Donald …, 2020 – books.google.com
… 19). McCallum-Bayliss’s (2019) analysis of Trump’s metaphors comes to a similar ‘half-and-half’ conclusion, namely that “he is not motivated by populist principles,” but “uses populist tactics” (McCallum-Bayliss 2019: 243). Drawing …

The Transfer of Native Language Speech Behavior into a Second Language: A Basis for Cultural Stereotypes?
A DeCapua – Issues in Applied Linguistics, 1998 – escholarship.org
… Ethical Issues for Applying Linguistics to Clinical Contexts: The Case of Speech-Language Pathology. Hamilton, Heidi E. … Ethical Dilemmas for the Computational Linguist in the Business World. McCallum-Bayliss, Heather; … Ethical Issues in Applying Linguistics: Afterword …

Modals and Periphrastics in English: an investigation into the semantic correspondence between certain English modal verbs and their periphrastic equivalents
R Matthews – 1998 – JSTOR
… London: Pinter. 7 Melrose, SL 1 983. ‘Must’ and its periphrastic forms in American English usage. MA thesis, University of California, Los Angeles. Unpublished. 8 McCallum-Bayliss, H. 1985. The modal verbs : universal/univocal lexical items. PhD Diss, Georgetown University …

Troping the Enemy: Metaphor, Culture, and the Big Data Black Boxes of National Security
R Albro – Secrecy and Society, 2018 – scholarworks.sjsu.edu
… IARPA’s goal of automating “the analysis of metaphorical language” (McCallum-Bayliss 2011) for use in intelligence forecasts raises pertinent … to better understand “the use of metaphorical language to gain insights into understanding culture” (McCallum-Bayliss 2011) …

Teaching the body to make tea within social interaction
CA Curley – Issues in Applied Linguistics, 1998 – escholarship.org
… Finegan, Edward; … Ethical Considerations in Language Awareness Programs. Wolfram, Walt; … Ethical Dilemmas for the Computational Linguist in the Business World. McCallum-Bayliss, Heather; … Does Conceptualization Equal Explanation in SLA? Fantuzzi, Cheryl; …

Triadic participation in organizational meeting interaction
MA Kang – Issues in Applied Linguistics, 1998 – escholarship.org
… Finegan, Edward; … Ethical Considerations in Language Awareness Programs. Wolfram, Walt; … Ethical Dilemmas for the Computational Linguist in the Business World. McCallum-Bayliss, Heather; … Does Conceptualization Equal Explanation in SLA? Fantuzzi, Cheryl; …

Defining Our Field: Unity in Diversity
R Andersen, H George, FG de Matos… – Issues in Applied …, 1990 – escholarship.org
… Finegan, Edward; … Ethical Considerations in Language Awareness Programs. Wolfram, Walt; … Ethical Dilemmas for the Computational Linguist in the Business World. McCallum-Bayliss, Heather; … Does Conceptualization Equal Explanation in SLA? Fantuzzi, Cheryl; …

semi-auxiliary 16 primary auxiliary 12 backshifting 106 be able to 119-122, 178 be about to 155-156, 184
Y Berglund, JL Bybee, PJ Chapin, P Collins, S Conrad… – brill.com
… 105, 113, 118, 119, 125, 139, 143, 149, 151, 154, 157, 159, 160-162 Longman Corpus 7-8 Lyons, J. 126 Mair, C. 7-9, 43, 52, 56, 59, 76, 77, 80, 83, 86, 125, 139, 143, 149, 151, 154, 157, 159, 160-162 mandative 49 may 92-97, 161, 174 Matthews, R. 64 McCallum-Bayliss, H. 61 …

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IE Hamiltori – Citeseer
… Ethics, Standards, and Professionalism in Language Testingt Ethical Dilemmas for Business World Heather McCallum-Bayliss Ethics, Standards, and Charles W. Stansfield .[![i9at Considerations in Language Awareness Programs Walt Wolfram …

Review of the book [Reading, writing, and learning in ESL: A resource book for teaching K-12 English learners], by SF Peregoy & OF Boyle with K. Cadeiro-Kaplan
R Fernandez-Calienes – Issues in Applied Linguistics, 2016 – escholarship.org
… Finegan, Edward; … Ethical Considerations in Language Awareness Programs. Wolfram, Walt; … Ethical Dilemmas for the Computational Linguist in the Business World. McCallum-Bayliss, Heather; … Ethical Issues in Applying Linguistics: Afterword …

Populist Discourse: Critical Approaches to Contemporary Politics
E Hidalgo-Tenorio, MÁ Benítez-Castro, F De Cesare – 2019 – books.google.com
… John Keating and Belén Soria Populismus and aestheticisation in Nazi rhetoric Christina Holgado-Sáez and Leopoldo La Rubia-Prado Donald Trump is a Conqueror: How the cognitive analysis of Trump’s discourse reveals his worldview Heather McCallum-Bayliss Left-wing …

Populist Discourse
E Hidalgo-Tenorio, MÁ Benítez-Castro, F De Cesare – researchgate.net
… POPD.indb 6 04-02-2019 21:16:44 Page 7. Contents vii 14 Donald Trump is a Conqueror: How the cognitive analysis of Trump’s discourse reveals his worldview 242 Heather McCallum-Bayliss 15 Left-wing populist discourses in the Greek press 259 Themis Kaniklidou …

The Arizona IDMatcher: A probabilistic identity matching system
GA Wang, S Kaza, S Joshi, K Chang… – 2007 IEEE …, 2007 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… several identity resolution techniques that identify matching Iunaive identities referring to the same individual [4-9]. However, Bndes aptiver denectitn, fuzzym atchi according to McCallum-Bayliss [2], “no (identity resolution) Bayes, adaptive detection, fuzzy search …

Proceedings of the Human Language Technology Conference of the NAACL, Main Conference
RC Moore, J Bilmes, J Chu-Carroll… – Proceedings of the …, 2006 – aclweb.org
… Hirst, University of Toronto (2005-06) Sanjeev Khudanpur, Johns Hopkins University (2005-06) Tatiana Korelsky, NSF (2006) Raymond Mooney, University of Texas at Austin (2005-06) Robert Moore, Microsoft Research (2005-06) Heather McCallum-Bayliss, ARDA (2006 …

Trump’s populist discourse and affective politics, or on how to move ‘the People’through emotion
E Hidalgo-Tenorio… – … , Societies and Education, 2021 – Taylor & Francis
… in his 2017 inaugural address presented him as a war- rior, or saviour-like figure, on an almost divine mission to rescue the US from a semi-apocalyptic state, bringing ‘the American people’ to the forefront of his endeavours (eg McAdams 2016; McCallum-Bayliss 2019; Brandt …

Concept and Rule Based Naming System.
C Snae, M Brückner – Issues in Informing Science & Information …, 2006 – academia.edu
… Most of these variations can be mainly categorized as mentioned in the Sections be- low (Bouchard and Pouyez, 1980; Branting, 2002; Dematteis, Lutz & McCallum-Bayliss, 1998) … Dematteis, K., Lutz, R., & McCallum-Bayliss, H. (1998) …

Designing a Realistic Evaluation of an End-to-end Interactive Question Answering System.
N Wacholder, SG Small, B Bai, D Kelly, R Rittman… – …, 2004 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… AQUAINT) Program under contract 2002-H790400- 000. Special thanks to the analysts and also to Heather McCallum-Bayliss and John Rogers for helping to arrange the workshops. References Breck, Eric, John Burger, Lisa …

A Semantic and Pragmatic Approach to CAN
M Takaji, H Sawada… – Bulletin of Miyazaki …, 1999 – miyazaki-mu.repo.nii.ac.jp
… However, McCallum-Bayliss (1988) objects to this peculiar use of in, pointing out that there are many sentences in which @ and perception verbs co—occur but-do not express the progressive aspect: I (21) Sitting in a cafe: I can see the towers of Notre Dame from the balcony of …

Source and strength of modality: An empirical study of root should, ought to and be supposed to in present-day British English
A Verhulst, I Depraetere, L Heyvaert – Journal of Pragmatics, 2013 – Elsevier
… The reverse view is actually expressed by McCallum-Bayliss (1985, in Westney, 1995:159), who argues that a root necessity expressed by have (got) to can be considered as stronger than its counterpart with must because with have (got) to the necessity arises from an external …

On relevance and linguistic strength in TV commercials: the way they slip and slide to make their angled point
AK Thorstrand – 1994 – summit.sfu.ca
… make-up. Basing my argument on McCallum-Bayliss’ (1988) theory of modality, I conclude that the combination of [+grounds] and the truth condition at least possible makes can the perfect … Por krther explanation, see c apter 2 of this thesis, and McCallum-Bayliss (I!&. l …

World Englishes and English-using communities
BB Kachru – Annual review of applied linguistics, 1997 – cambridge.org
… in applying linguistics are discussed with relation to forensic linguistics (E. Finegan), language testing (CW Stanfield), speech-language pathology (HE Hamilton), language aware- ness programs (W. Wolfram), computational linguistics (H. McCallum- Bayliss), applications of …

Selected AI-related dissertations
SM Humphrey, B Krovetz – ACM SIGART Bulletin, 1986 – dl.acm.org
… DAI V46(05), SecA, pp1265. University Microfilms Order Number ADG85-15329. 8511. Language, Linguistics. MCCALLUM-BAYLISS, HEATHER. Georgetown University Ph.D. 1984, 267 pages. The modal verbs: univocal lex- ical items. DAI V46(05), SecA, pp1265 …

Internationalisation of people names
G Lefman – 2013 – ulir.ul.ie
… Room 1996; Guzman and Verstappen 2001; Bertills 2003; Baptista et al 2006; Interpol 2006; McCallum-Bayliss and Adger 2010; and IBM 2011). Guzman and … belong to any particular anthroponymic part (McCallum-Bayliss and Adger 2010 p228) because it is not autonomous …

Constructing a Rule Based Naming System for Thai Names Using the Concept of Ontologies
C Snae – Proceedings of the Workshop on Learning Structured …, 2006 – aclweb.org
… Simon Blackburn. 1996. The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy, Oxford: OUP. CU.2004. <http://www.arts.chula.ac.th/%7Eling/tts/> (Nov. 19, 2005) Kerry Dematteis, Richard Lutz and Heather McCallum-Bayliss. 1998. Whose Name Is It: Names, Ownership and Databases …

Hybrid name matching methods for rule based Thai naming system
C Snae, M Brueckner – NU. International Journal of Science, 2005 – researchgate.net
… Branting, LK (2002). Name-Matching Algorithms for Legal Case-Management Systems. Refereed article in: The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT). Dematteis, K., Lutz, R. and McCallum-Bayliss, H. (1998). Whose Name Is It: Names, Ownership and Databases …

A framework for statistical entity identification to enhance data quality
M Denk – Insights on Data Integration Methodologies, 2009 – academia.edu
Page 90. A framework for statistical entity identification to enhance data quality Michaela Denk Statistics Austria, Dir. Population Statistics, A-1110 Wien, Guglg. 13 University of Vienna, Dept. of Statistics, A-1010 Wien, Universitaetsstr. 5, e-mail: michaela. denk@ statistik. gv …

A Framework for an Ontology-Driven Multi-Lingual Transcription System with IPA Representation
C Snae, E Hirata, M Brueckner – Proceedings of the Corpus …, 2007 – birmingham.ac.uk
… 205–214, Tokyo, Japan. Dematteis, K., Lutz, R., & McCallum-Bayliss, H. (1998) Whose name is it: Names, ownership and databases. Originally written for: 1998 Annual Meeting American Name Society San Francisco, CA. EMELD (2005) A Phonetics Ontology, 2005 …

Digital Identity Attributes Cohesion to Aceess E-services: Major Issues and Challenges in Digital Society
GB Ayed, S Ghernaouti-Hélie – Journal of E-Technology Volume, 2011 – dline.info
… The Economist (February 23rd-March 5th). Available: http://www.economist.com/opinion/ displaystory.cfm?story_id=15579717. [29] McCallum-Bayliss, H. (2004). Identity Resolution in a Global Environment: Fishing for people in a sea of names IEEE IT Pro. 21-26 …

Root Modal Uses of Should, Ought to and Be Supposed to in Present-Day English: From Patterns and Profiles to Proficiency Guidelines
A Verhulst, L Heyvaert – English Studies, 2015 – Taylor & Francis
… The reverse view is expressed by eg McCallum-Bayliss, who argues that a root necessity expressed by have (got) to can be considered as stronger than its counterpart with must because with have (got) to the necessity arises from an external source, which may be less …

Modal expressions as facework in refusals to comply with requests: I think I should say ‘no’right now
W Turnbull, KL Saxton – Journal of Pragmatics, 1997 – Elsevier
… From a polysemous perspective, must is said to be ambiguous with respect to its root or epistemic status. On the other hand, many modem analyses of modals tend to favor a monosemic solution (Leech and Coates, 1979; Perkins, 1983; McCallum-Bayliss, 1988) …

Doctoral Degrees Granted in Foreign Languages in the United States: 1984
DP Benseler – Modern Language Journal, 1985 – JSTOR
Page 1. Doctoral Degrees Granted in Foreign Languages in the United States: 1984 DAVID P. BENSELER AS A SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION, THE MODERN Language Journal conducts an annual survey of doctoral degrees …

Modeling sociocultural phenomena in discourse
GA Broadwell, J Stromer-Galley… – Natural Language …, 2013 – academia.edu
… the DSARMD project, a subset of which is discussed in 1 An alternative term ‘Language Use’ (LU) has been adopted by the SCIL program (McCallum-Bayliss, 2010). 2 Other sociolinguistic behaviors are also considered in our …

The Semantics and Pragmatics of Deontic
HTO MUST – core.ac.uk
Page 1. The Semantics and Pragmatics of Deontic MUST, HAVE TO, and HAVE GOT TO (E] IE55) The Semantics and Pragmatics of Deontic MUST, HAVE TO, and HAVE GOT TO Masao Takaji, Harumi Sawada, and Shizu Oguma …

The Semantics and Pragmatics of Deontic MUST, HAVE TO, and HAVE GOT TO
M Takaji, H Sawada, S Oguma – Bulletin of Miyazaki …, 1999 – miyazaki-mu.repo.nii.ac.jp
Page 1. The Semantics and Pragmatics of Deontic MUST, HAVE TO, and HAVE GOT TO (E75? 3356) The Semantics and Pragmatics of Deontic MUST, HAVE TO, and HAVE GOT TO Masao Takaji, Harumi Sawada, and Shizu Oguma …

Registering students from language backgrounds other than English
N Marcus, CT Adger, I Arteagoitia – 2007 – doe.virginia.gov
Page 1. ISSUES &ANSWERS US D epartmentof E ducation Registering students from language backgrounds other than English REL 2007–No. 025 At CNA Corporation Page 2. Registering students from language backgrounds other than English August 2007 Prepared by …

Registering Students from Language Backgrounds Other Than English. Issues & Answers. REL 2007-No. 025.
N Marcus, CT Adger, I Arteagoitia – Regional Educational Laboratory …, 2007 – ERIC
Page 1. ISSUES &ANSWERS US D epartmentof E ducation Registering students from language backgrounds other than English REL 2007–No. 025 At CNA Corporation Page 2. Registering students from language backgrounds other than English August 2007 Prepared by …

Living Up To Expectations: Computing Expert Responses
E Mays, A Joshi, B Webber, AS Kroch, DA Miller… – Computational …, 1986 – Citeseer
Page 1. ABSTRACTS OF CURRENT LITERATURE The following Technical Reports cover work done under the DARPA research described on page 136. available from Department of Computer and Information Service University …

The Standards Compared
R Timmons – immagic.com
Preface. Foreword. Areas of Communality. Identifier. Date of Birth. Race and Ethnicity. Gender. Name. Postal Address. Telephone Number. Email Address. Residency. Other Systems: NIEM. Other Systems: HR-XML. Other Systems: MedBiquitous. Appendices …

Modals and quasi-modals in English
P Collins – 2009 – books.google.com
Page 1. Modals and Quasi-modals in English Peter Collins Page 2. Modals and Quasi-modals in English Page 3. LANGUAGE AND COMPUTERS: STUDIES IN PRACTICAL LINGUISTICS No 67 edited by Christian Mair Charles F. Meyer Nelleke Oostdijk Page 4 …

3237. _. 1998.“Aspect in adjectival passives.” Talk presented at the WCCFL XVII at the University of British Columbia. 3238. _. 1998a.“More Structural
G Italiana – Studies, 1988 – Citeseer
Page 1. Robert I. Binnick 201 3237. _____. 1998. “Aspect in adjectival passives.” Talk presented at the WCCFL XVII at the University of British Columbia. 3238. _____. 1998a. “More Structural Analogies Between Pronouns and …

Digital identity
GB Ayed – Architecting User-Centric Privacy-as-a-Set-of-Services, 2014 – Springer
Having an identity and expressing it have been of that importance from the early time. Inscribed ostrich shell fragments found in Diepkloof Rock Shelter in Western Cape, South Africa are among the…

Noisy Talk
S TANNOCK – Kids Talk: Strategic Language Use in Later …, 1998 – books.google.com
Page 256. | 3 Noisy Talk Conversation and Collaboration in a Youth Writing Group STUART TANNOCK Collaborative endeavor has frequently been described by educators and philoso- phers through an analogy with conversation or dialogue …

Architecting User-centric Privacy-as-a-set-of-services: Digital Identity-related Privacy Framework
GB Ayed – 2014 – books.google.com
Page 1. SpringerTheses Recognizing Outstanding Ph.D. Research Ghazi Ben Ayed Architecting User-Centric Privacy-as-a-Set- of-Services Digital Identity-Related Privacy Framework Page 2. Springer Theses Recognizing Outstanding …

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