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Alexander R. Fabbri
Salesforce AI Research
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Summeval: Re-evaluating summarization evaluation
AR Fabbri, W Kryściński, B McCann, C Xiong, R Socher, D Radev
Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics 9, 391-409, 2021
5122021
Multi-news: A large-scale multi-document summarization dataset and abstractive hierarchical model
AR Fabbri, I Li, T She, S Li, DR Radev
arXiv preprint arXiv:1906.01749, 2019
4732019
Scisummnet: A large annotated corpus and content-impact models for scientific paper summarization with citation networks
M Yasunaga, J Kasai, R Zhang, AR Fabbri, I Li, D Friedman, DR Radev
Proceedings of the AAAI conference on artificial intelligence 33 (01), 7386-7393, 2019
2002019
QAFactEval: Improved QA-based factual consistency evaluation for summarization
AR Fabbri, CS Wu, W Liu, C Xiong
arXiv preprint arXiv:2112.08542, 2021
1052021
Improving zero and few-shot abstractive summarization with intermediate fine-tuning and data augmentation
AR Fabbri, S Han, H Li, H Li, M Ghazvininejad, S Joty, D Radev, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2010.12836, 2020
902020
Template-based question generation from retrieved sentences for improved unsupervised question answering
AR Fabbri, P Ng, Z Wang, R Nallapati, B Xiang
arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.11892, 2020
852020
The role of conversation context for sarcasm detection in online interactions
D Ghosh, AR Fabbri, S Muresan
arXiv preprint arXiv:1707.06226, 2017
822017
Cosql: A conversational text-to-sql challenge towards cross-domain natural language interfaces to databases
T Yu, R Zhang, HY Er, S Li, E Xue, B Pang, XV Lin, YC Tan, T Shi, Z Li, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1909.05378, 2019
812019
Sarcasm analysis using conversation context
D Ghosh, AR Fabbri, S Muresan
Computational Linguistics 44 (4), 755-792, 2018
812018
ConvoSumm: Conversation summarization benchmark and improved abstractive summarization with argument mining
AR Fabbri, F Rahman, I Rizvi, B Wang, H Li, Y Mehdad, D Radev
arXiv preprint arXiv:2106.00829, 2021
552021
Revisiting the gold standard: Grounding summarization evaluation with robust human evaluation
Y Liu, AR Fabbri, P Liu, Y Zhao, L Nan, R Han, S Han, S Joty, CS Wu, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2212.07981, 2022
522022
Understanding factual errors in summarization: Errors, summarizers, datasets, error detectors
L Tang, T Goyal, AR Fabbri, P Laban, J Xu, S Yavuz, W Kryściński, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2205.12854, 2022
512022
What should i learn first: Introducing lecturebank for nlp education and prerequisite chain learning
I Li, AR Fabbri, RR Tung, DR Radev
Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence 33 (01), 6674-6681, 2019
502019
Folio: Natural language reasoning with first-order logic
S Han, H Schoelkopf, Y Zhao, Z Qi, M Riddell, L Benson, L Sun, E Zubova, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2209.00840, 2022
452022
Tutorialbank: A manually-collected corpus for prerequisite chains, survey extraction and resource recommendation
AR Fabbri, I Li, P Trairatvorakul, Y He, WT Ting, R Tung, C Westerfield, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1805.04617, 2018
452018
Exploring neural models for query-focused summarization
J Vig, AR Fabbri, W Kryściński, CS Wu, W Liu
arXiv preprint arXiv:2112.07637, 2021
332021
Bidimensional leaderboards: Generate and evaluate language hand in hand
J Kasai, K Sakaguchi, RL Bras, L Dunagan, J Morrison, AR Fabbri, Y Choi, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2112.04139, 2021
322021
Improving low-resource cross-lingual document retrieval by reranking with deep bilingual representations
R Zhang, C Westerfield, S Shim, G Bingham, A Fabbri, N Verma, W Hu, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1906.03492, 2019
282019
On learning to summarize with large language models as references
Y Liu, AR Fabbri, P Liu, D Radev, A Cohan
arXiv preprint arXiv:2305.14239, 2023
252023
Practical guide to natural language processing for radiology
A Mozayan, AR Fabbri, M Maneevese, I Tocino, S Chheang
Radiographics 41 (5), 1446-1453, 2021
252021
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