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Organisation profile: SNeRG - the SNePS Research Group

[ ID = 2173 ] SNeRG - the SNePS Research Group 
Organisation nameSNeRG - the SNePS Research Group 
Short name or acronymSNeRG - the SNePS Research Group 
Organisation typeCenter 
Activity typeSpeech technology 
Address State University of New York, 226 Bell Hall 
Postal Code 14260-2000 
City Buffalo, NY 
Country United States 
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Organisation URL http://www.cse.buffalo.edu/sneps/index.html 
LogoDescription
The long-term goal of The SNePS Research Group is the
design and construction of a natural-language-using computerized
cognitive agent, and carrying out the research in artificial
intelligence, computational linguistics, and cognitive science
necessary for that endeavor. The three-part focus of the group is on
knowledge representation, reasoning, and natural-language
understanding and generation. The group is widely known for its
development of the SNePS knowledge representation/reasoning system,
and Cassie, its computerized cognitive agent.
  Contact
NameProfessor Stuart C. Shapiro 
FunctionDirector 
Department 
Emailshapiro_(on)_cse.buffalo.edu 
Phone+ +1 716 645 3180 (ext. 125)
Fax+ +1 716 645 3464
Update this profile Last update: 2002-04-10 12:32:58   Visits since 28-08-2008: 2066

 

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