Karine Megerdoomian

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Karine Megerdoomian is a computational linguist at the MITRE Corporation and an Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University. Karine is a Principal Computational Linguist at the MITRE Corporation, a federally-funded research and development center, specializing in the processing of Middle Eastern languages and social media analytics. Karine's current research focuses on the relationship between language in online media (blogs, Twitter) and associated socio-political issues -- with emphasis on online community detection, language characteristics of social groups, language change and variation, sentiment analysis, and automatic framing and narrative analysis. She has years of experience in research and development in the areas of machine translation, information extraction, and lexical semantics. Karine's linguistic research has focused on the study of complex predicates, the interface of syntax and semantics, and the definition of the word. She also has experience in Heritage Language analysis and pedagogy in Persian and Armenian.


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  • Megerdoomian and Bar-el (2001): Megerdoomian, Karine and Bar-el, Leora. (Eds.). (2001) Proceedings of the West Coast Conference of Formal Linguistics. Cascadilla Press.

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