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Computational Linguistics Research Group

The Computational Linguistics Research Group (CLRG) at AU-KBC Research Centre works on the scientific study of language from a computational perspective. We develop computational models of various linguistic phenomena, with the aim of building practical natural language processing systems.

Our research interests span a broad range of topics in Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing. Our work has combination of traditional and contemporary linguistic knowledge based approaches with statistical and machine learning methods.

The group focuses on converting unstructured data to structured data and translation. We work at intra and inter sentential (Discourse) level. At the Discourse level we do cognitive analysis of discourse such as coherence analysis, anaphora and connective resolution etc. Language families we are interested in are Dravidian, Indo -European and Indo-Aryan.


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Project Positions Available in Natural Language Processing ...More Details

iDravidian - 3rd Symposium on Natural language Processing for Dravidian Languages on 7th and 8th July, 2017 ...More Details

New Tamil POS Annotated Corpus and POS Engine Release: on 24th May, 2016 at 6.30 PM in WILDRE -3, LREC Conference...More Details

Best Paper Award "Analysis of 'genetive drop' in Tamil-Hindi machine translation" ...More Details

ICON 2011 at Chennai...More Details

'Searchko' on Dinamalar (26th July 2010)

'Searchko' on Deccan Chronicle (28th June 2010)

'Searchko' on The Telegraph (14th March 2010)