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Ellen Hays
Elsevier

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Ellen Hays is a Computational Linguist and Principal Researcher in Language Technology at Elsevier Labs. Her professional interests center on lexical semantics, information extraction, building and using semantic models, and text mining applications. A graduate of Columbia University, she did graduate work at the University of Pennsylvania and held a research appointment at the University of the Saarland at SaarbrŸcken; since then, she has conducted applied research at The MITRE Corporation, Sun Microsystems Laboratories, and Dragon Systems. At Elsevier, her work has focused on semantic models, text mining, and other applications of language processing techniques to scientific, technical, and medical content.

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