Amr Rekaby Salama

Researcher and Ph.D student at the University of Hamburg. I have joined the Natural Language System group (NATS) in April 2015. Thesis focus is on multi-modal integration and how that helps in building a multi-level parser using machine learning techniques .

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News

  • 2017-04: Our paper in SEMEVAL 2017 (collocated with ACL conference) has been accepted.
  • 2017-03: Book chapter "Learning Context-Integration in a Dependency Parser for Natural Language" has been accepted to be published by Intelligent Systems Reference Library series Springer. The book title "Intelligent Natural Language Processing: Trends and Applications".
  • 2017-02: Our team (Sara, Me, and Chris Biemann) achieves the 7th position among 31 teams participated in SEMEVAL 2017, STS task. Our best run is in 12th position over 84 runs smile
  • 2016-08: paper "Multimodal Graph-Based Dependency Parsing of Natural Language" has been accepted in, The 2nd International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Systems and Informatics (AISI2016).
    • from 24-26 Oct 2016, I will participate/present in AISI conference in Cairo...See you there ;)
  • 2016-02: paper "Architectural Knowledge for Technology Decisions in Developer Communities: An Exploratory Study with StackOverflow " has been accepted in, The 13th Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture (WICSA).

Research Interests

  • Natural language dependency parsing, Semantic role labeling, multi-modal Parsing.
  • Machine learning, and statistical methods in data patterns extraction.
  • Bio-inspired algorithm, metaheuristic algorithms, scheduling and optimization problems.
  • Had a long experience in Software engineering, agile, and reusable development researches.

Publications

  • Amr Rekaby Salama, Wolfgang Menzel "Learning Context-Integration in a Dependency Parser for Natural Language", Book chapter in "Intelligent Natural Language Processing: Trends and Applications" Springer 2017.
  • Sarah Kohail*, Amr Rekaby Salama*, Chris Biemann "STS-UHH at SemEval -2017 Task 1: Scoring Semantic Textual Similarity Using Supervised and Unsupervised Ensemble", The 11th international workshop on semantic evaluation, collocated with the 55th annual meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) 2017. {*These authors contributed equally to this work}
  • Amr Rekaby Salama, Wolfgang Menzel "Multimodal Graph-Based Dependency Parsing of Natural Language", Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing series Volume 533, Springer, 2016.
  • Mohamed Soliman, Matthias Galster, Amr R. Salama, and Matthias Riebisch "Architectural Knowledge for Technology Decisions in Developer Communities: An Exploratory Study with StackOverflow ", The 13th Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture (WICSA), 2016.

Publications (before the Ph.D.)

  • Amr Rekaby "Directed Artificial Bat Algorithm (DABA): A New Bio-Inspired Algorithm" International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communications and Informatics (ICACCI-2013), IEEE.
  • A. Rekaby, A.A. Youssif, A. Sharaf Eldin "Introducing Adaptive Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm and Using It in Solving Traveling Salesman Problem", An international conference of Science and Information (SAI), London, UK, October 2013, IEEE
  • Amr Rekaby “A Comparative Study In Dynamic Job Scheduling Approaches In Grid Computing Environment” International Journal of Grid Computing & Applications (IJGCA) Vol.4, No.3, September 2013.
  • Amr Rekaby "Grid Computing" review article, An International Journal of Advanced Computer Technology, Volum-II, issue ii February 2013.
  • Amr Rekaby, Ayat Osama “Introducing Integrated Component-Based Development (ICBD) Lifecycle and Model”, International Journal of Software Engineering & Applications (IJSEA), Volume 3, Number 6, November 2012.
  • A. Rekaby, A.A. Youssif, A. Sharaf Eldin “Introducing Generic Artificial Bee Colony Framework-Problems Independent Framework”, WorldComp 2012 congress, ICAI'12 -14th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence.
  • Amr Rekaby, Mohamed Abu Rizkaa “Dynamic Job Scheduling and Load balancing algorithm In Grid Environment using X-Dimension binary tree data model”, International Journal of Intelligent Computing & Information Science, volume 12, no 2, July 2012.
  • Amr Rekaby, Mohamed Abu Rizkaa “The Improvement of Dynamic Load Balancing Strategy in Grid Computing”, WorldComp 2011 Congress, GCA'11 - 7th Int'l Conference on Grid Computing and Applications (July 18-21, 2011, USA). ISBN #: 1-60132-181-3, Proceedings of the International Conference on Grid Computing and Applications (GCA'11), Pages 89-92.
  • Amr Rekaby, Maha Soliman "Towards Intermediate-Agile Model Based on Agile through Requirement Management and Development Enhancements”, WorldComp 2011 congress, SERP'11 - 10th Int'l Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (July 18-21, 2011, USA). ISBN #: 1-60132-201-1, Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP'11), Pages 686-692.

Supervisor

Cooperation

I strongly encourage you to contact me If you find my research interests/ideas/projects interesting....... With integration, we ALL achieve great things wink

 
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