| [ ID = 2167 ] ||Sydney Language Technology Research Group |
|Organisation name||Sydney Language Technology Research Group |
|Short name or acronym||Sydney Language Technology Research Group |
|Organisation type||Center |
|Activity type||natural langauge processing |
|Address ||School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney |
|Postal Code ||2006 |
|City ||Sydney, NSW |
|Country ||Australia |
|Phone ||+ +61 2 9351 4174
|Fax ||+ +61 2 9351 3838|
|Email ||rcdmnl_(on)_cs.usyd.edu.au |
|Organisation URL ||http://www.cs.usyd.edu.au/~rcdmnl/ |
To advance the semantic analysis of natural language by the use of
innovative computational methods.
+ To promote the application of the highest standard and most
up-to-date methods of Machine Learning techniques to the analysis
of natural language text.
+ To act as a consulting and service agent to the language industry
in methods of data mining of natural language.
+ To develop generic software to support a wide range of
applications for processing text.
+ To investigate and develop new methods of analysis of natural
+ To foster relationships with other computational linguists around
the world to allow for collaboration and sharing of resources and
+ To adapt and apply the methods of Minimum Message Length (MML)
encoding to a range of computational linguistic problems.
|Name||Professor Jon D. Patrick |
|Phone||+ +61 2 9351 3524|
|Fax||+ +61 2 9351 3838|
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