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The Stanford Natural Language Processing Group

mayo 30th, 2009 · No hay Comentarios

This is a group of faculty, postdocs, and students who work on “algorithms that allow computers to process and understand human languages”. They research computational linguistics and their applications in human language technology. Their work envolves sentence understanding, probabilistic parsing and tagging, biomedical information extraction, grammar induction, word sense disambiguation, and automatic question answering.
They have recently been working on:

  • Computational Semantics: Getting meaning from complex structures.
  • Parsing & Tagging: Algorithms for assigning part of speech and syntactic structure.
  • Multilingual NLP.
  • Unsupervised Induction of Linguistic Structure: Ways of  learning syntactic, morphological, and phonological structures.
  • Other things, such as: Personalized PageRank algorithms, Clustering Models, Computational Lexicography, Text Categorization and Discriminative Models.


The Stanford Natural Language Processing Group (2009). Stanford University website. Retrieved May 30, 2009, from


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