Brian Delaney

Brian Delaney
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Main area of research
Natural language & AI

Brian Delaney is a manager in the Clinical Language Understanding group with research interests in the areas of machine learning and natural language processing. Prior to joining Nuance, Brian was a Member of the Technical Staff at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. His current areas of research are in information extraction from clinical documentation including document structure, entity detection, relation extraction, and normalization of clinical concepts.   He has a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering also from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Selected articles

The application of statistical relational learning to a database of criminal and terrorist activity

We apply statistical relational learning to a database of criminal and terrorist activity to predict attributes and event outcomes. The database stems from a collection

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Detection and simulation of scenarios with hidden markov models and event dependency graphs

The wide availability of signal processing and language tools to ex-tract structured data from raw content has created a new opportunity for the processing of

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The MIT-LL/AFRL IWSLT-2009 MT System

This paper describes the MIT-LL/AFRL statistical MT system and the improvements that were developed during the IWSLT 2009 evaluation campaign. As part of these efforts,

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Modeling and detection techniques for counter-terror Social network analysis and intent recognition

In this paper, we describe our approach and initial results on modeling, detection, and tracking of terrorist groups and their intents based on multimedia data

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The MIT-LL/AFRL IWSLT-2008 MT System

This paper describes the MIT-LL/AFRL statistical MT system and the improvements that were developed during the IWSLT 2008 evaluation campaign. As part of these efforts,

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