Current work

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D. Andor, L. He, K. Lee, E. Pitler
Giving BERT a Calculator: Finding Operations and Arguments with Reading Comprehension
Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (2019). [PDF]

S. Hosein, D. Andor and R. McDonald
Measuring Domain Portability and Error Propagation in Biomedical QA
Proceedings of the 7th BioASQ Workshop (2019). [PDF]

C. Alberti, D. Andor, E. Pitler, J. Devlin, M. Collins
Synthetic QA Corpora Generation with Roundtrip Consistency
Association for Computational Linguistics (2019). [PDF]

E. Strubell, P. Verga, D. Andor, D. Weiss, A. McCallum
Linguistically-Informed Self-Attention for Semantic Role Labeling
Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (2018). [PDF]
Best Long Paper Award

A. Elkahky, K. Webster, D. Andor, E. Pitler
A Challenge Set and Methods for Noun-Verb Ambiguity
Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (2018). [PDF]

B. Bohnet, R. McDonald, G. Simões, D. Andor, E. Pitler, J. Maynez
Morphosyntactic Tagging with a Meta-BiLSTM Model over Context Sensitive Token Encodings
Association for Computational Linguistics (2018). [PDF]

C. Alberti, D. Andor, I. Bogatyy, M. Collins, D. Gillick, L. Kong, T. Koo, J. Ma, M. Omernick, S. Petrov, C. Thanapirom, Z. Tung, D. Weiss
SyntaxNet Models for the CoNLL 2017 Shared Task

L. Kong, C. Alberti, D. Andor, I. Bogatyy, D. Weiss
DRAGNN: A transition-based framework for dynamically connected neural networks

D. Andor, C. Alberti, D. Weiss, A. Severyn, A. Presta, K. Ganchev, S. Petrov & M. Collins
Globally Normalized Transition-Based Neural Networks
Association for Computational Linguistics (2016). [PDF]
Outstanding Long Paper Award
Source code on github.

W. Hess, D. Kohler, H. Rapp, D. Andor
Real-Time Loop Closure in 2D LIDAR SLAM
IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (2016). [PDF]
Source code on github.

D. Andor-Ardó, E. Keen, A. J. Hudspeth & M. O. Magnasco
Fast, automated implementation of temporally precise blind deconvolution of multiphasic excitatory postsynaptic currents
PLoS ONE 7, e38198 (2012). [PDF 590kB]

A. S. Kozlov*, D. Andor-Ardó* & A. J. Hudspeth
Anomalous Brownian motion discloses viscoelasticity in the ear’s mechanoelectrical-transduction apparatus
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 109, 2896-2901 (2012). [PDF 1MB]

D. Andor-Ardó, A. J. Hudspeth, M. O. Magnasco & O. Piro
Modeling the resonant release of synaptic transmitter by hair cells as an example of biological oscillators with cooperative steps
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 107, 2019-2024 (2010). [PDF 391kB]

A. Nagiel, S. H. Patel, D. Andor-Ardó & A. J. Hudspeth
Activity-independent specification of synaptic targets in the posterior lateral line of the larval zebrafish
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 106, 21948-21953 (2009). [PDF 3.4MB]

G. Li, E. Keen, D. Andor-Ardó, A. J. Hudspeth & H. von Gersdorff
The Unitary Event Underlying Multiquantal EPSCs at a Hair Cell’s Ribbon Synapse
Journal of Neuroscience 29, 7558-7568 (2009). [PDF 3.4MB]

A. Nagiel, D. Andor-Ardó & A. J. Hudspeth
Specificity of afferent synapses onto plane-polarized hair cells in the posterior lateral line of the zebrafish
Journal of Neuroscience 28, 8442-8453 (2008). [PDF 644kB]

V. D. Gordon, M. T. Valentine, M. L. Gardel, D. Andor-Ardó, S. Dennison, A. A. Bogdanov, D. A. Weitz & T. S. Deisboeck
Measuring the mechanical stress induced by an expanding multicellular tumor system: a case study
Experimental Cell Research 289, 58-66 (2003). [PDF 362kB]

F. Jülicher, D. Andor & T. Duke
The physical basis of two-tone interference in hearing
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 98, 9080-9085 (2001). [PDF 382kB]

Chapters and Proceedings

D. Andor, T. Duke, A. Simha & F. Jülicher
Wave Propagation by Critical Oscillators.
In Auditory Mechanisms – Processes and Models, Proceedings of the Ninth International Mechanics of Hearing Workshop Portland, Oregon, 23-28 July 2005 eds A.L. Nuttall et al. (2006).

T. Duke, D. Andor & F. Jülicher
Physical basis of interference effects in hearing.
Ann. Henri Poincaré 4, 589-591 (2003).

T. Duke, D. Andor & F. Jülicher
Two-tone interference caused by active amplification.
In Biophysics of the Cochlea, ed. A. W. Gummer, 559-560 (2003).