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Sean Szumlanski
Sean Szumlanski is a Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Central Florida. He is a Xoogler and an alumnus of UCF's Artificial Intelligence Lab, having earned his Ph.D. under the advisement of Fernando Gomez, . Sean's research interests include knowledge-based approaches to natural language understanding, computational aspects of the (automated) acquisition of lexical semantic knowledge, semantic memory, and the function of human memory.

SGN: A Semantic Network of Related Concepts
The subject of my doctoral dissertation was the automatic acquisition of a semantic network of related concepts. The semantic network produced by my research is publicly available.

Rel-122 Relatedness Norms
As part of my dissertation, I also established a new set of relatedness norms for 122 pairs of English-language nouns. The dataset, Rel-122, is publicly available for download.

See also: list of publications


© 2010-2013 Sean Szumlanski. The artwork on this page is derived from works by
Courtney Martin, which are modified and used here with permission.