Deep Linguistic Processing with HPSG

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Computational linguists of research sites world-wide have joined forces in a collaborative effort aimed at deep linguistic processing of human language. The goal is the combination of linguistic and statistical processing methods for getting at the meaning of texts and utterances. The partners have adopted Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG) and Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS), two highly advanced and influential models of formal linguistic analysis. They have also committed themselves to a shared format for grammatical representation and to a rigid scheme of evaluation, as well as to the general use of open-source licensing.
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Computational linguists from research sites world-wide have joined forces in a collaborative effort aimed at deep linguistic processing of human language. The goal is the combination of linguistic and statistical processing methods for getting at the meaning of texts and utterances. The partners have adopted Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG) and Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS), two highly advanced and influential models of formal linguistic analysis. They have also committed themselves to a shared format for grammatical representation and to a rigid scheme of evaluation, as well as to the general use of open-source licensing.
The collaboration involves researchers from the following institutions:
The collaboration involves researchers from the following institutions:
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*'''[http://www.bas.bg/ Bulgarian Academy of Science]''' (Hungary), [http://lml.bas.bg/ Linguistic Modeling Department]
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*'''[http://www.bas.bg/ Bulgarian Academy of Science]''' (Bulgaria), [http://lml.bas.bg/ Linguistic Modeling Department]
*'''[http://www.cam.ac.uk/ Cambridge University]''' (UK), [http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/ Computer Laboratory]
*'''[http://www.cam.ac.uk/ Cambridge University]''' (UK), [http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/ Computer Laboratory]
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*'''[http://www.unimelb.edu.au/ Melbourne University]''' (Australia), [http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/research/lt/ Language Technology Group]
*'''[http://www.unimelb.edu.au/ Melbourne University]''' (Australia), [http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/research/lt/ Language Technology Group]
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*'''[http://www.kecl.ntt.co.jp/ NTT Communication Science Laboratory]''' (Japan), [http://www.kecl.ntt.co.jp/icl/lirg/index.html Linguistic Intelligence Research Group]
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*'''[http://www.kecl.ntt.co.jp/ NTT Communication Science Laboratories]''' (Japan), [http://www.kecl.ntt.co.jp/icl/lirg/index.html Linguistic Intelligence Research Group]
*'''[http://www.ntu.edu.sg/ Nanyang Technological University]''' (Singapore), [http://www.ntu.edu.sg/HSS/Linguistics/ Department of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies]
*'''[http://www.ntu.edu.sg/ Nanyang Technological University]''' (Singapore), [http://www.ntu.edu.sg/HSS/Linguistics/ Department of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies]
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*'''[http://www.ul.pt/ University of Lisbon]''' (Portugal), [http://nlx.di.fc.ul.pt/ Natural Language and Speech Group]
*'''[http://www.ul.pt/ University of Lisbon]''' (Portugal), [http://nlx.di.fc.ul.pt/ Natural Language and Speech Group]
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*'''[http://www.ub.edu/ Universtitat de Barcelona]''' (Spain), [http://http//grial.uab.es/ Grup de Recerca Interuniversitari en Aplicacions Lingüístiques (GRIAL)]
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*'''[http://www.ub.edu/ Universtitat de Barcelona]''' (Spain), [http://http//grial.uab.es/ Grup de Recerca Interuniversitari en Aplicacions Lingüístiques (GRIAL)]
*'''[http://www.upf.edu/ Universtitat Pompeu Fabra]''' (Spain), [http://www.iula.upf.edu/ Institut Universitari de Lingüística Aplicada (IULA)]
*'''[http://www.upf.edu/ Universtitat Pompeu Fabra]''' (Spain), [http://www.iula.upf.edu/ Institut Universitari de Lingüística Aplicada (IULA)]

Revision as of 23:33, 7 October 2011

Computational linguists from research sites world-wide have joined forces in a collaborative effort aimed at deep linguistic processing of human language. The goal is the combination of linguistic and statistical processing methods for getting at the meaning of texts and utterances. The partners have adopted Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG) and Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS), two highly advanced and influential models of formal linguistic analysis. They have also committed themselves to a shared format for grammatical representation and to a rigid scheme of evaluation, as well as to the general use of open-source licensing.

The collaboration involves researchers from the following institutions:


The DELPH-IN collaboration is open to additional partners who share our ambitious goals and commitments and who can dedicate the necessary resources to the common task.

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