How I got here
A personal journey of Robert V. McNamee (University of Oxford) from particle physics through literary studies to data engineering. This presentation will be part historical journey through the creation of a self-sustaining humanities project, part anatomy of obsession where a current count of some 80,000 letters
Quality Translation 21
Only 3 of the 27 languages of the EU enjoy moderate to good support by machine translation technologies, hindering the communication flow throughout Europe. The project QT21 in which ÚFAL participated aims to improve the status quo. See the QT21 video highlighting the problem and some of the novel solutions proposed by QT21.
October issue no.109
The October issue of The Prague Bulletin of Mathematical Linguistics features papers dealing with neural networks, machine translation (and often both of these topics) and with discourse connectives.
Manuscripts with unpublished linguistics results and contributions to future issues are welcome, see the guidelines.
A new volume reflects the author’s research in four main domains: (i) the specification of the underlying dependency sentence structure, (ii) topic-focus articulation, (iii) building of an annotated corpus of Czech, and (iv) the notion of the hiearachy of knowledge elements shared by the speaker and the hearer.
Introducing Jana Straková Kravalová
My research interests involve named entity recognition, tagging and artificial neural networks.
I am one of the authors of NameTag, an open-source software for NER.