I have a degree in conference interpreting, which makes me a sort of linguist, but I've also worked a lot with computers in my life,
which means I usually get computers to do what I want (even though it has been pointed out that most of the time *I* do what *they* want).
Consequently my main research interests revolve around using computers to represent and process human language.
My main contribution to SSLMIT Dev is Morph-it!
I'm also working on the WaCky
For up-to-date information about me and my work, please visit my home page
Research interests / Projects
- terminological normalisation
- terminology management systems
- XML and standardisation
- corpora and (semi)automated terminological extraction
- Computational linguistics
- natural language processing
- morphological analysers
- search engines