Groningen University, Friday, November, 11, 2005.
Zernikezaal, Academiegebouw, Broerstraat, Groningen
Algorithms for Linguistic Processing is a recently finished NWO PIONIER research project, in the area of computational linguistics. The project focused on problems of ambiguity and processing efficiency by investigating grammar approximation and grammar specialization techniques. The project, lead by Gertjan van Noord, has produced, among others, a treebank and wide-coverage grammar for Dutch (Alpino).
On Friday, November, 11, 2005, the computational linguistics department of the University of Groningen organizes a workshop to present project results.
Free. Please register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with ALP in the subject line.
More information on project results can be found on the project website.