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Dalhousie Natural Language Processing and Data Mining Group

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Tentative meeting time for Summer 2019: Thursdays at 11am, Slonim room 430.

List of past meetings (not up to date).


The Dalhousie Natural Language Processing Group (DNLP) provides information about NLP and some data mining related research conducted at the University of Dalhousie, and it is a forum for discussion, collaboration, and interaction between researchers interested in the philosophies, theories, and applications related to this area.

The Dalhousie NLP Group was formed in May 2003 by a combined effort from faculty members and graduate students.

Some of the topics the group is interested in are: language modeling, information extraction, information retrieval, question answering, parsing, text mining, data mining, text categorization, document clustering, speech recognition, automatic translation, syntactic and semantic analysis.

Related complementary group at Dalhousie: MALNIS

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For questions or comments regarding this research group (e.g., joining the group and e-mail list) you can contact Vlado Keselj at vlado@dnlp.ca.

DNLP website is maintained by Vlado Keselj.
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