The Linguistica group at the University of Chicago draws its membership from the Department of Linguistics and the Department of Computer Science. Our core interest is unsupervised learning of natural language structure, but this interest has taken us to work in a number of other areas, including automatically obtaining corpora through the Internet, and the discovery of structure in bioinformatic databases.
This site contains a good number of details about the Linguistica project and its supporting projects at the University of Chicago. By using the navigation menu on the left, you can learn more about the Linguistica project, download the latest version of the program and source code, read related papers about the theory involved, meet the group members, and navigate to other Natural Language Processing resources on the Web.
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