Organisation profile: Computational linguistics laboratory, Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences

[ ID = 3436 ] IITP 
Organisation nameComputational linguistics laboratory, Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences 
Short name or acronymIITP 
Organisation typePublic or governmental 
Activity typeLang+Speech Technology research 
Address 19, Bolshoj Karetnyj 
Postal Code GSP-4 
City Moscow 
Country Russian Federation 
Phone + +7 095 2994927
Fax + +7 095 2090579
Organisation URL http://proling.iitp.ru 
Basic research activities pursued in the laboratory are aimed at:
- the development of a full operational formal model of language of the "Meaning - Text" type;
- the development of a multi-functional multilingual linguistic processor (ETAP).
Main options of ETAP:
- machine translation;
- multiligual communication on the basis of an interlingua (UNL);
- computer-assisted learning of lexica on the basis of lexical functions;
- construction of a dependency tree-bank of Russian.
Member of   Contact
NameDr.Sc.(linguistics), Prof. Igor Boguslavsky 
Functionhead of the laboratory 
Phone+ +7 095 2994927
Fax+ +7 095 2090579
Update this profile Last update: 2004-10-09 15:55:03   Visits since 28-08-2008: 1606


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