Greg Durrett

Mailing address:
7th floor Sutardja Dai Hall, Desk 096
Berkeley, CA 94720-1776

About Me

I am a fifth-year graduate student in Computer Science at UC Berkeley, advised by Dan Klein. I work on a range of topics in statistical natural language processing including coreference resolution, morphological analysis, and syntactic parsing.

I graduated from MIT in June 2010. During my junior and senior years, I worked with Una-May O'Reilly.


A Joint Model for Entity Analysis: Coreference, Typing, and Linking
Greg Durrett and Dan Klein. TACL 2014.
[PDF], [BibTeX], [System Release]

Less Grammar, More Features
David Hall, Greg Durrett, and Dan Klein. ACL 2014.
[PDF], [BibTeX]

Easy Victories and Uphill Battles in Coreference Resolution
Greg Durrett and Dan Klein. EMNLP 2013. Best Paper Finalist
[PDF], [BibTeX], [System Release], [Slides: Keynote, PDF]

Decentralized Entity-Level Modeling for Coreference Resolution
Greg Durrett, David Hall, and Dan Klein. ACL 2013.
[PDF], [BibTeX], [Slides: Keynote, PDF]

Unsupervised Transcription of Historical Documents
Taylor Berg-Kirkpatrick, Greg Durrett, and Dan Klein. ACL 2013.
[PDF], [BibTeX]

Supervised Learning of Complete Morphological Paradigms
Greg Durrett and John DeNero. NAACL 2013.
[PDF, errata], [BibTeX], [Dataset (10MB tgz)], [Code (1MB tgz)], [Talk], [Slides: Keynote, PDF]

Syntactic Transfer Using a Bilingual Lexicon
Greg Durrett, Adam Pauls, and Dan Klein. EMNLP 2012.
[PDF], [BibTeX], [Slides]

An Empirical Investigation of Discounting in Cross-Domain Language Models
Greg Durrett and Dan Klein. ACL 2011, Short Paper Track.
[PDF], [BibTeX], [Slides]

Old evolutionary algorithms work


When I'm not doing NLP, I like to play the clarinet. I currently play in the University Symphony at Berkeley (click the link for upcoming concerts). If you're ever in Boston, check out my old wind ensemble, MITWE!