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Paria Jamshid Lou and Mark Johnson, Improving Event Detection via Open-domain Trigger Knowledge Archiki Prasad and Preethi Jyothi, How does BERT’s attention change when you fine-tune? Ting Zhong, Tianliang Wang, Fan Zhou, Goce Trajcevski, Kunpeng Zhang and Yi Yang, Is Your Classifier Actually Biased? The availability of large amounts of data and computing resources have led to new models and representations and exciting results on many NLP benchmark tasks. Weijie Liu, Peng Zhou, Zhiruo Wang, Zhe Zhao, Haotang Deng and QI JU, Feature Projection for Improved Text Classification Robik Shrestha, Kushal Kafle and Christopher Kanan, A Probabilistic Generative Model for Typographical Analysis of Early Modern Printing Special Instructions for Reviewer and Author Signup: As our field has grown considerably over the last five years, it is important that our reviewing process scales accordingly. Arda Akdemir, Research Replication Prediction Using Weakly Supervised Learning Machine Learning for NLP Wraparound Rate Correction To ACL 20-78 And Sharing Ratios For Foster Family Agencies, Intensive Services Foster Care, Short-Term Residential Therapeutic Programs, Community Treatment Facilities, Group Homes And Transitional Housing Placement – Non-Minor Dependent Programs For Fiscal Year 2020-21, ACL 20-103 (September 8, 2020) Eugeniia Veselova and Konstantin Vorontsov, Transferring Monolingual Model to Low-Resource Language: The Case of Tigrinya Sheena Panthaplackel, Pengyu Nie, Milos Gligoric, Junyi Jessy Li and Raymond Mooney, Learning Web-based Procedures by Reasoning over Explanations and Demonstrations in Context
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