Mohna Chakraborty is a 4th year Ph.D. at Iowa State University, Department of Computer Science, conducting research under the supervision of Dr. Qi Li in the Data Mining & Knowledge Lab. Her research interests include data mining, natural language processing, and machine learning. Specifically, her research aims to solve the problem of the scarcity of annotated, labeled textual data and develop approaches that can facilitate the annotation process with minimal human effort using machine learning.
- Open-Domain Aspect-Opinion Co-Mining with Double-Layer Span Extraction
- Does Local Pruning Offer Task-Specific Models to Learn Effectively?
- Does Reusing Pre-Trained NLP Model Propagate Bugs?
- Using Machine Learning for Predicting Aspect-Wise Satisfaction Ratings by Semantic Analysis of Text
- Optimal Budget Allocation for Crowdsourcing Labels for Graphs
- Zero-shot Approach to Overcome Perturbation Sensitivity of Prompts
- Beryllium: Neural Search for Algorithm Implementations
- An Empirical Study on the Bugs Found While Reusing Pre-trained Natural Language Processing Models
- [Re] Domain Generalization Using Causal Matching
- Reproducibility Summary