Proceedings of the 2007 International NooJ Conference
This volume contains a selection of 18 papers, chosen from among the 38 papers that were presented at the 2007 NooJ conference, Autonomous University of Barcelona, June 7-9, 2007.
NooJ is a linguistic development environment that allows linguists to formalize a wide gamut of linguistic phenomena, and then test, adapt, share and accumulate each elementary description to build linguistic “modules”, i.e. structured libraries of linguistic resources.
NooJ is also used as a corpus processor that can launch sophisticated queries over large corpora in order to produce various results (concordances, statistical analyses, information extraction, etc).
NooJ’s linguistic engine is integrated in several research centers and software companies in order to build numerous Natural Language Processing applications.
Xavier Blanco is professor at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) (Spain). He is author of several large-coverage electronic dictionaries of Spanish for machine translation software and other NLP applications. He coordinates the International Master in Natural Language Processing and Human Language Technology in theUAB.
Max Silberztein is Professor of Computational Linguistics at the Université
de Franche-Comté (Besançon) and teaches Linguistic Engineering methods and
techniques to graduate students at the Université Paris 4 and at the
Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (INALCO). He is
the author of NooJ and its predecessor INTEX. He is also the author and
co-editor of several books in the domain of Natural Language Processing.
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MACHONIS, Peter A.
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