Ruken Çakıcı, Dr.

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Email: ruken@ceng.metu.edu.tr
Web: http://www.ceng.metu.edu.tr/~ruken
Office: B110
Tel: +90 (312) 210 5523
  • Education:
    • Ph.D. University of Edinburgh, UK
    • MSc. METU, Computer Engineering
    • BSc. METU, Computer Engineering
  • Research Areas:
    • NLP
    • Computational Linguistics
    • Machine Learning

Selected Publications

  • Cakici, Ruket (2005) Automatic Induction of a CCG Grammar for Turkish, In Proceedings of Student Research Workshop, 43rd Annual Meeting of the ACL, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Riedel, Sebastian and Ruket Cakici and Ivan Meza-Ruiz (2006) Multi-lingual Dependency Parsing with Incremental Integer Linear Programming, In Procedings of Tenth Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning, CoNLL-X, New York.
  • Cakici, Ruket and Jason Baldridge(2006) Projective and Non-projective Turkish parsing, in Proceedings of Conference on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories (TLT'06), Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Cakici, Ruket (2008) Recent Advances in Dependency Parsing, in Encyclopedia of Artificial Intelligence, eds. Juan R. Rabunal, Julian Dorado, and Alejandro Pazos Sierra, Information Science Reference.
  • Cakici, Ruket (2008) Wide-Coverage Parsing for Turkish, PhD Thesis, University of Edinburgh.
  • Cakici, Ruket and Mark Steedman (2009) A Wide-Coverage Morphemic CCG Lexicon for Turkish, Workshop on Parsing with Categorial Grammars, ESSLLI 09, Bordeaux, France.
  • Zeyrek, Deniz, Umit Deniz Turan, Cem Bozsahin, Ayisigi B. Sevdik-Calli, Isin Demirsahin, Berfin Aktas, Ihsan Yalcinkaya and Hale Ogel (2009) Annotating Subordinators in the Turkish Discourse Bank, The Third Linguistic Workshop (LAW III), ACL-IJCNLP, Singapore.
  • Ruket Cakici (2012) Morphemic Segmentation in the METU Sabanci Turkish Treebank, The Sixth Linguistic Workshop (LAW VI), ACL, Jeju, Korea.
  • Utku Sirin, Ruket Cakici and Deniz Zeyrek (2012) METU Turkish Discourse Bank Browser , LREC, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Isin Demirsahin, Ayisigi Sevdik-Calli, Hale Ogel Balaban, Ruket Cakici and Deniz Zeyrek (2012) Turkish Discourse Bank: Ongoing Developments , First Workshop on Language Resources and Technologies for Turkic Languages, LREC, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Deniz Zeyrek, Ümit Deniz Turan, Isin Demirsahin and Ruket Çakici (2012) Differential properties of three discourse connectives in Turkish: A corpus-based analysis of Fakat, Yoksa, Ayrıca, in Constraints in Discourse 3, eds. Anton Benz, Manfred Stede and Peter Kuhlein, John Benjamins Company.

Students

  • Burak Kerim Akkuş
  • Haydar İmren
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