Computer Science Department
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
New York University
719 Broadway Rm. 701
New York, NY, 10003
I work with Prof. Dan Melamed on machine translation. Currently, I'm interested in empirical methods in natural language processing, machine translation, parsing, and machine learning for NLP. Previously, my main interests were in distributed systems, specifically in grid technologies and in distributed resource allocation algorithms.
Sergio Penkale, Yanjun Ma, Daniel Galron and Andy Way Accuracy-Based Scoring for Phrase-Based Statistical Machine Translaton, AMTA 2010, November 2010 [PDF]
Daniel Galron, Sergio Penkale, Andy Way, and Dan Melamed Accuracy-Based Scoring for DOT: Towards Direct Error Minimization for Data-Oriented Translation, EMNLP 2009, August 2009 [PDF]
Daniel Galron Expected Robustness in Dining Philosophers Algorithms, Undergraduate Honors Thesis, The Ohio State University. June 2006 [PDF]
Kate Keahey, Ian Foster, Tim Freeman, Xuehai Zhang and Daniel Galron Virtual Workspaces in the Grid , Euro-Par 2005: pp. 421-431. [PDF]
Daniel Galron, Tim Freeman, Kate Keahey, Stephanie Gato, Natalia Matsev, Alex Rodriguez and Mike Wilde: Quality of Life in the Grids: Virtual Machines Meet Bioinformatics Applications, Supercomputing Conference 2004, Poster Session [PPT]
My CV is available in PDF form here.