- Steven Abney: Computational linguistics, machine learning, parsing, language documentation, information extraction
- Ezra Keshet: Computational semantics
- Richard Lewis (Psychology): Computational modeling, psycholinguistics, sentence processing, cognitive architectures, unified theories of cognition
- Dragomir Radev (EECS, SI): Information retrieval, natural language processing, text mining, biological information processing, web studies
- Richmond Thomason (Philosophy): Semantics, pragmatics, philosophy of language, computational linguistics
Research in computational linguistics
Computational linguistics involves anything that combines computers and human language. Most familiar is probably language technology, such as machine translation, speech recognition, and information extraction. But computational inguistics also includes computational models of language processing and language learning, grammar engineering, and the management and analysis of large linguistic corpora, including the documentation of endangered languages.
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