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Neva Cherniavsky in NY Times

UW CSE Ph.D. alum Neva Cherniavsky isn’t exactly mentioned, but she’s front-and-center in the photograph accompanying an article about devising analytic techniques that can be applied to the vast electronic archive of books, journals and scholarly literature stored on the Web.  “At Harvard, Erez Lieberman Aiden and Jean-Baptiste Michel, who jointly lead a group there called the Cultural Observatory, will soon inaugurate a browser that searches for such language changes in a large online repository of scientific papers known as arXiv.”  (Neva works in Aiden’s group.)  Read the article here.

March 25, 2012