Treehouse Talk

Deep Lexical Acquisition

Tim Baldwin

University of Melbourne


Deep lexical acquisition is the task of classifying lexemes for predefined linguistic properties, in line with the requirements of a deep lexical resource such as a precision grammar or wordnet. In this talk, I will present a series of lexical acquisition experiments on languages including Malay and Wambaya, and also discuss ongoing work on assessing the impact of automatically-learned lexical items on precision grammars.


A/Prof Timothy Baldwin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, University of Melbourne and a contributed research staff member of the NICTA Victoria Research Laboratories. He has also held visiting positions at the University of Saarland, Tokyo University and NTT Communication Science Laboratories. His research---funded by the NSF, ARC, NTT, Google, Microsoft and others---has covered topics including deep linguistic processing, multiword expressions, deep lexical acquisition, computer-assisted language learning, information extraction and web mining, with a particular interest on the interface between computational and theoretical linguistics.

(Talk presented 1/15/10)

-- Main.ebender - 12 Jan 2010

Topic revision: r1 - 2010-01-12 - 23:15:42 - ebender

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