Organisation profile: The Natural Language Processing Group, King's College

[ ID = 2696 ] The Natural Language Processing Group, King's College 
Organisation nameThe Natural Language Processing Group, King's College 
Short name or acronymThe Natural Language Processing Group, King's College 
Organisation typeCenter 
Activity typeSpeech technology 
Address Department of Computer Science King's College, Strand 
Postal Code WC2R 2LS 
City London 
Country United Kingdom 
Phone + +44 20 7848 2588
Fax + +44 20 7848 2851
Email secretary_(on)_dcs.kcl.ac.uk 
Organisation URL http://www.dcs.kcl.ac.uk/research/groups/nlp/index.html 
The Natural Language Processing group is a new research
unit in the Computer Science Department at King's. We started with the
arrival of Shalom Lappin, Jonathan Ginzburg, and Chris Fox in the
Department in September, 2000. One of our main research interests is
the logical foundations of computational semantics. Our members have
research projects in computational semantics, implemented dialogue
interpretation and management systems, and natural language interfaces
to business management systems. We teach courses in syntax, semantics,
Prolog and natural language processing, and computational models of
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