The book was honored with a review in Computational Linguistics journal. In this article, we survey research on SS, focusing on approaches that attempt to learn how to simplify using corpora of aligned original-simplified sentence pairs in English, which is the dominant paradigm nowadays. bib absSentence Meaning Representations Across Languages: What Can We Learn from Existing Frameworks?Zdeněk Žabokrtský This makes it possible for GF to utilize data from the other approaches and to build robust pipelines. Our models can make their predictions based on the textual signal alone, or on a combination of that signal with signals from past-performance metrics. absPredicting In-Game Actions from Interviews of NBA PlayersNadav Oved In light of these concerns, several studies have proposed to detect machine-generated fake news by capturing their stylistic differences from human-written text. | Sentence Simplification (SS) aims to modify a sentence in order to make it easier to read and understand. absSemantic Drift in Multilingual RepresentationsLisa Beinborn In this article, we look beyond engineering goals and analyze the relations between languages in computational representations. bib CL/NLP researchers typically develop formal and computational models of linguistic processing by blending together methods from linguistics and computer science. Michael J. Paul, pdf All content is freely available in electronic format (Full text HTML, PDF, and PDF Plus) to readers across the globe. 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