Ann Copestake's Projects
- SciBorg: Extracting the Science from Scientific Publications
Funded by EPSRC. Dr Simone Teufel is Co-PI.
Dr CJ Rupp, Dr Advaith Siddharthan and
Dr Peter Corbett worked on this project.
- Utterance-level interface for Delph-in, funded by Boeing.
We looked at standardisation of the text interface, allowing for
markup and ambiguity in tokenisation.
Ben Waldron worked on this project.
No project web page but see slides with
an overview of the utterance-level interface
(putting it in the context of DELPH-IN)
and more detailed
a presentation by Ben Waldron.
- Integrating pragmatic insights with HPSG: an exploration of theoretical
and methodological issues
AHRC funded project with Dr Marina Terkourafi,
- Modelling politeness in a Greek HPSG
British Academy funded small research grant with
Marina Terkourafi and
(2003-2004). Integrating pragmatic insights with HPSG was a follow-on project
- Deep Thought
Hybrid Deep and Shallow Methods for
Knowledge-intensive Information Extraction. October 2002-October 2004.
Funded by the EU, partners
were Saarbruecken, NTNU (Norway), Sussex, Cambridge, CELI (Italy) and
Ben Waldron and Anna Ritchie worked on this project in Cambridge.
- Multiword expressions
The aims of
the project were to acquire and formally represent multiword expressions,
including idioms, compound nouns, phrasal verbs and collocations.
This was a part of the general LinGO initiative,
it was funded by NTT and carried out
jointly with CSLI, Stanford University and NTT.
Aline Villavicencio worked
on this project in Cambridge. The results are incorporated into the
DELPH-IN work in a variety of ways.
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