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Journal Article
Levit, M., Hakkani-Tür D., Tur G., & Gillick D. (2009).  IXIR: A Statistical Information Distillation System. Journal of Computer Speech and Language. 23(4), 527-542.
Conference Paper
Gillick, D., Hakkani-Tür D., & Levit M. (2008).  Unsupervised Learning of Edit Parameters for Matching Name Variants. 467-470.
Gillick, D., Stafford S., & Peskin B. (2005).  Speaker Detection Without Models. Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2005). 757-760.
Gillick, D., & Favre B. (2009).  A Scalable Global Model for Summarization. 10-18.
Riedhammer, K., Gillick D., Favre B., & Hakkani-Tür D. (2008).  Packing the Meeting Summarization Knapsack. 2434-2437.
Andeani, G.., Di Fabbrizio D.., Gilbert M.., Gillick D., Hakkani-Tür D., & Lemon O.. (2006).  Let's DISCOH: Collecting an Annotated Open Corpus with Dialogue Acts and Reward Signals for Natural Language Helpdesks. Proceedings of the IEEE 2006 Workshop on Spoken Language Technology (SLT 2006). 218-221.
Mirghafori, N., Hatch A., Stafford S., Boakye K., Gillick D., & Peskin B. (2005).  ICSI's 2005 Speaker Recognition System. Proceedings of IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding (ASRU 2005). 23-28.
Gillick, D., Favre B., & Hakkani-Tür D. (2008).  The ICSI Summarization System at TAC 2008.
Gillick, D., Riedhammer K., Favre B., & Hakkani-Tür D. (2009).  A Global Optimization Framework for Meeting Summarization. 4769-4772.
Gillick, D., Gillick L., & Wegmann S. (2011).  Don't Multiply Lightly: Quantifying Problems with the Acoustic Model Assumptions in Speech Recognition.
Gillick, D., Wegmann S., & Gillick L. (2012).  Discriminative Training for Speech Recognition is Compensating for Statistical Dependence on the HMM Framework. 4745-4748.
Gillick, D. (2010).  Can Conversational Word Usage Be Used to Predict Speaker Demographics?.