Xi Ye

Ph.D. Student, Computer Science
The University of Texas at Austin

xiye [at] cs.utexas.edu

I am a third-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science at UT Austin, advised by Greg Durrett. I am also a member of the TAUR lab (Text Analysis, Understanding, and Reasoning).

My research focuses on building neuro-symbolic systems for Natural Language Understanding. I am currently working on interpretable neural Reading Comprehension with intermediate logical representations. I am also interested in semantic parsing and program synthesis.

Prior to joining UT Austin, I obtained my Bachelor's degree from the School of Software, Tsinghua University, where I worked with Prof. Shixia Liu on Visual Analysis and Machine Learning.


Optimal Neural Program Synthesis from Multimodal Specifications

Xi Ye, Qiaochu Chen, Xinyu Wang, Isil Dillig, Greg Durrett

arXiv, 2020


Benchmarking Multimodal Regex Synthesis with Complex Structures code data

Xi Ye, Qiaochu Chen, Isil Dillig, Greg Durrett

the Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL), 2020

Sketch-Driven Regular Expression Generation from Natural Language
and Examples

Xi Ye, Qiaochu Chen, Xinyu Wang, Isil Dillig, Greg Durrett

Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics (TACL), to appear 2020

Multi-Modal Synthesis of Regular Expressions code

Qiaochu Chen, Xinyu Wang, Xi Ye , Greg Durrett, Isil Dillig

the Conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation (PLDI), 2020

Interactive Correction of Mislabeled Training Data video

Shouxing Xiang*, Xi Ye*, Jiazhi Xia, Jing Wu, Yang Chen, Shixia Liu

the Conference on Visual Analytics Science and Technology (VAST), 2019


torchASN: a pytorch implementation of Abstract Syntax Network. code


TA for CS429: Computer Architecture and Organization.