natural language processing, NLP, automatic metadata generation, question-answering, information extraction
Library and Information Science | Linguistics
The Center for Natural Language Processing (CNLP) was founded in September 1999 in the School of Information Studies, the “Original Information School”, at Syracuse University. CNLP’s mission is to advance the development of human-like, language understanding software capabilities for government, commercial, and consumer applications. The Center conducts both basic and applied research, building on its recognized capabilities in Natural Language Processing. The Center’s seventeen employees are a mix of doctoral students in information science or computer engineering, software engineers, linguistic analysts, and research engineers.
Liddy, E.D. 2002. A Breadth of NLP Applications. ELSNEWS 10.4 Winter 2001-2 Newsletter of the European Network in Human Language Technologies
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