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Computational Linguistics Laboratory

 

The Computational Linguistics Laboratory‘s objective is the empirical study of language and the development of information and communication technologies.

 

Its courses of action are:

 

  • Design, analysis, processing of corpora, and development of its applications.
  • Research in the field of linguistic engineering and computational linguistics, as a multidisciplinary field of linguistics that uses computer science to study and treat human language.
  • As new technologies are among the priority areas of the Research Framework Programmes, compete with projects in different calls, mainly European, but also national and regional.

 

Facilities, equipment and services of the Computational Linguistics Office

 

Coordinators
María Ángeles Zarco Tejada
angeles.zarco@uca.es
Mario Crespo Miguel
mario.crespo@uca.es