I'm an MPhil candidate in computer science at Cambridge, interested in multilingual natural language processing and psycholinguistics. Previously, I was an undergrad at Boston College, and in Fall 2018, I will be starting my PhD at Stanford.

Under review

Robustness of the adult statistical word segmentation literature: Part 1

Joshua K. Hartshorne, Lauren Skorb, Sven L. Dietz, Caitlin R. Garcia, Gina L. Iozzo, Katie E. Lamirato, James R. Ledoux, Jesse Mu, Kara N. Murdock, Jon Ravid, Alyssa A. Savery, James E. Spizzirro, Kelsey A. Trimm, Kendall D. van Horne, and Juliani Vidal

Journal articles

Parkinson's disease subtypes identified from cluster analysis of motor and non-motor symptoms

Jesse Mu, Kallol Ray Chaudhuri, Concha Bielza, Jesús de Pedro Cuesta, Pedro Larrañaga, and Pablo Martinez-Martin (2017). Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 9:301

Conference papers

Evaluating hierarchies of verb argument structure with hierarchical clustering

Jesse Mu, Joshua K. Hartshorne, and Timothy J. O'Donnell (2017). Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing

Conference abstracts and posters

The relationship between semantics and verb argument structure is highly regular: A large-scale, crowd-sourced investigation

Joshua K. Hartshorne, Jesse Mu, Timothy J. O'Donnell, and Martha Palmer (2016). Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing

Unsupervised learning of VerbNet argument structure

Jesse Mu, Timothy J. O'Donnell, and Joshua K. Hartshorne (2016). 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society