1. Oana Magdalena Frunza, “Cognates,
False Friends, and Partial Cognates”, VDM Verlag Dr. Müller
Aktiengesellschaft & Co.,
1. Oana Frunza and Diana Inkpen, “Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning Techniques help achieve a better medical practice”, Medical Applications of Intelligent Data Analysis: Research advancements (R. Magdalena, E. Soria,J. Guerrero, J. Gómez-Sanchis and A.J. Serrano), IGI Global, in press.
Publications in International Journals
1. Oana Frunza, Diana Inkpen, Stan Matwin, William Klement, and Peter O’Blenis, “Exploiting the Systematic Review Protocol for Classification of Medical Abstracts”, Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, 51, 17-25, 2011, article.
2. Stan Matwin, Alexandre Kouznetsov, Diana Inkpen, Oana Frunza, Peter O’Blenis, "Performance of SVM and Bayesian Classifiers on the Systematic Review Classification Task (Letter to the Editor)", Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA), 18, 104-105, 2011, article.
3. Stan Matwin, Alexandre Kouznetsov, Diana Inkpen, Oana Frunza, and Peter O’Blenis, “A new algorithm for reducing the workload of experts in performing systematic reviews”, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA), 17, 446-453, 2010, article.
4. Oana Frunza, Diana Inkpen, and Thomas Tran, “A Machine Learning Approach for Identifying Disease-Treatment Relations in Short Texts”, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 23(6), 801-814, 2011, article.
5. Oana Frunza and Diana Inkpen, “Identification and Disambiguation of Cognates, False Friends, and Partial Cognates Using Machine Learning Techniques”, Vol. 1, No. 1, International Journal of Linguistics, December 2009, article
6. Oana Frunza and Diana Inkpen, “Disambiguation of Partial Cognates”, Language Resources and Evaluation, Springer, Vol. 42, No. 3, September 2008.
Publications in International Conferences and Workshops
1. Oana Frunza and Diana Inkpen, “Extracting relations between diseases, treatments, and tests from clinical data”, The 24th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence – Canadian AI 2011, St. John, NB, May 2011, pdf.file
2. Oana Frunza and Diana Inkpen, “Identifying and classifying semantic relations between medical concepts in clinical data (i2b2 Challenge)”, Forth i2b2 Shared-Task and Workshop – Challenges in Natural Language Processing for Clinical Data, Washington, DC, November 2010, pdf.file
Frunza, Diana Inkpen, and Stan Matwin,
“Building Systematic Reviews Using Automatic Text Classification Techniques”.
In the Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Computational
Linguistics (COLING 2010),
4. Oana Frunza and Diana Inkpen, “Extraction of Disease-Treatment Semantic Relations from Biomedical Sentences”. BioNLP Workshop in conjunction with ACL-2010, Uppsala, Sweden, July, 2010, pdf.file
5. Alexandre Kouznetsov, Stan Matwin, Diana Inkpen, Amir Razavi, Oana Frunza, Morvarid Sehatkar and Leanne Seaward. “Classifying Biomedical Abstracts Using Committees of Classifiers and Collective Ranking Techniques”, The 22th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence – Canadian AI 2009, Kelowna, BC, May 2009, pdf.file
6. Oana Frunza and Diana Inkpen, “Representation and classification techniques for clinical data focused on obesity and its co-morbidities” Second i2b2 Shared-Task and Workshop – Challenges in Natural Language Processing for Clinical Data, Washington, DC, November 2008
Frunza and Diana Inkpen, “Textual
Information in predicting functional properties of the genes”, BioNLP
Workshop in conjunction with ACL-2008,
Frunza, “A Trainable Tokenizer,
solution for multilingual texts and compound expression tokenization”,
Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, LREC-2008,
Frunza and Diana Inkpen, “A Tool for
Detecting French-English Cognates and False Friends”, Traitement
Automatique des Langues Naturelles, TALN-2007,
10. Oana Frunza and Diana Inkpen, "Semi-Supervised Learning of Partial Cognates using Bilingual Bootstrapping", in Proceedings of the Joint Conference of the International Committee on Computational Linguistics and the Association for Computational Linguistics, COLING-ACL 2006, Sydney, Australia, Aug. 2006, pdf.file
Oana Frunza and Greg Kondrak “Automatic
Identification of Cognates and False Friends in French and English”, RANLP
Oana Frunza, Diana Inkpen and David Nadeau
“A Text Processing Tool for Romanian Language”, EuroLan 2005,
Diana Inkpen, and Stan Matwin, “Computers
can assist in retrieving and assessing new information in the medical domain”,
Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, Keystone,
and Diana Inkpen, “Does pain hurt in
both French and English?”,
pain hurt in both French and
English?” IEEE Computational
2. “Embedding Machine Learning in a Systematic
Review System”, TAMALE Seminars,
3. “Automatic identification of Cognates and
False Friends in French and English”, TAMALE Seminars,
“Med-Expert an Medical Expert System”
CLPA – Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) Tool designed for Cognates and False Friends Annotations on French Texts
RO-BALIE – A Romanian Text Processing Tool
Attended Summer Schools:
ACL/HCSNet Advanced Program in Natural Language
EUROLAN 2005 “THE MULTILINGUAL
WEB: Resources, Technologies, and Prospects”,
EUROLAN 2003 “THE
SEMANTIC WEB AND LANGUAGE TECHNOLOGY”,