Research Centres  A – E (historia, materiales de corpus-linguistics.com 24.04.2004)

Research Centres A – E (historia, materiales de corpus-linguistics.com 24.04.2004)

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ACL
CETH
CHILDES
Collins Cobuild
Computational Linguistics Group @ Oxford
CECL
Dictionary Research Centre, Birmingham
Dictionary Research Centre, Macquarie
ELRA
ELSNET


ACL
Association for Computational Linguistics

Coordination: ACL – Association for Computational Linguistics; President
(2003): Mark Johnson
Design/Purpose: “The Association for Computational Linguistics
is THE international scientific and professional society for people
working on problems involving natural language and computation.”

Projects:

  • Journal Computational
    Linguistics
Newsletter: no
Notes: Archives of the ACL are now available

CETH
-Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities

Coordination: Brian Hancock ,
Rutger University
Design/Purpose: Production of eTexts in the Humanities
Projects:
  • Spectator
    Project
  • Caesar
    with Concordance
  • Electronic
    Journal of Boundary Elements
  • see more
Newsletter: no
Notes:

CHILDES
– Child Language Data Exchange System

Coordination: CHILDES, Carnegie Mellon University, U.S.
Design/Purpose: “The CHILDES system provides tools for studying
conversational interactions. These tools include a database of transcripts,
programs for computer analysis of transcripts, methods for linguistic
coding,and systems for linking transcripts to digitized audio and
video.”

Projects:

  • Talkbank
Newsletter: no, but see their Overview
of the CHILDES system. (PDF format)
Notes: “The data, programs, and manuals are freely accessible
over the net and can also be obtained on CD-ROM”

Collins
Cobuild

Coordination: “Cobuild is a department of HarperCollins Publishers
[…]based at the University of Birmingham, UK”
Design/Purpose: “[S]ince 1980, we have carried out research into
corpus-based lexicography. Throughout the 1980s, following the computational
corpus-based approach to language analysis developed by Professor
John Sinclair, Cobuild built up a large corpus of modern English,
software tools to manipulate and analyse the corpus data, and a
team of specialist corpus linguists and lexicographers.”

Projects:

  • Bank
    of English
  • Wordbanks Online
Newsletter: no
Notes:

Computational
Linguistics Group@Oxford

Coordination: Professor
Stephen Pullman
Design/Purpose: “The CLG comprises academics and graduate students
(all of the latter are working toward a doctorate (D.Phil)) and
is led by Professor Stephen Pulman.

Our website contains information about the people in the group,
the work in progress here, and CLG news – the latter is part of
our forum/discussion-board which is open to all.”

Projects:

  • Grammar Learning Using Inductive Logic Programming
  • Intelligent Assessment of Examination Scripts
  • and lot’s more. Check it out.
Newsletter: The forum will serve as a news exchange.
Notes:

Centre
for Corpus Linguistics, Birmingham

Coordination: Staff of the Centre
for Corpus Linguistics at the university of Birmingham
Design/Purpose: “The Centre for Corpus Linguistics (CCL), Department
of English at the University of Birmingham was established in December
2000 by the newly appointed professor Wolfgang Teubert. The CCL
carries forth the strong corpus linguistic tradition of Birmingham,
dating back to the 70’s, with the compilation of COBUILD, the first
corpus-based general language dictionary. John Sinclair, the project
leader, was one of the pioneers of corpus linguistics. “

Projects:

  • Chinese-English
    Translation Base
  • Global
    English Monitor Corpus
  • TELRI
  • TRACTOR
Newsletter: no
Notes:

Dictionary
Research Centre (Birmingham)

Coordination: Department of English, University of Birmingham
Design/Purpose:

Projects:

  • Johnson’s A Dictionary of the English Language
  • corpus-based lexicography
  • bilingual and multilingual lexicography
  • the lexicographical description of collocation
  • the language of definitions
  • perceptions of dictionaries
  • metaphor and dictionaries
Newsletter: no
Notes:

Dictionary
Research Centre (Macquarie University)

Coordination: Department of Linguistics, Macquarie University, Sydney,
Australia; director is Associate Professor Pam Peters
Design/Purpose: “[The DRC] promotes systematic research in lexicography,
lexicology, Australian English and English usage in general.”
Projects:
  • Corpus
    Linguistics
  • Lexicography
  • Australian
    English
  • more
Newsletter: no
Notes:

ELRA
– EUROPEAN LANGUAGE RESOURCES ASSOCIATION

Coordination: ELRA, Luxembourg
Design/Purpose: “The overall goal of ELRA is to provide
a centralized organization for the validation, management, and distribution
of speech, text, and terminology resources and tools, and to promote
their use within the European telematics R&TD community”

Projects:

European Language resources – Distribution
Agency (ELDA)
Newsletter: read their Newsletter:
here
Notes: website available in English and in French

ELSNET
– European Language and Speech Network

Coordination: ELSNET office at Utrecht University, Netherlands
Design/Purpose: Europe-based forum dedicated to human language technologies

Projects:

  • HLT
    Central – Gateway to Speech & Language Technology Opportunities
    on the Web
Newsletter: visit their news-section;
subscription to ElsNews is free
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