The Natural Language Processing Group (GPLN) conducts research into the automatic processing of natural language, particularly those aspects related to the construction and exploitation of multilingual lexical resources and the extraction of information from documents written in natural language and summarisation. Within these research lines, the GPLN focuses its attention on developing language processing tools, such as morphological and syntactical analysers, grammatical labelers, corpus processing systems, and specific machine learning algorithms for natural language processing and on compiling linguistic resources, such as grammars, dictionaries and lexical and conceptual databases. The GPLN has also been working on natural language software specifications for the development of tools for the quality control of software. The GPLN collaborates with the Speech Processing Group in the research of oral translation and the development of dialogue systems.
Fernández, J.; Castillo, M.; Rigau, G.; Atserias, J.; Tormo, J. IBERAMIA Workshop on Lexical Resources and The Web for Word Sense Disambiguation p. 97-104 Presentation's date: 2004 Presentation of work at congresses
Atserias, J.; Carmona, J.; Castellón, I.; Cervell, S.; Civit, M.; Marquez, L.; Martí, M. A.; Padro, L.; Placer, R.; Rodriguez, H.; Taulé, M.; Turmo, J. International Conference on Language Resource & Evaluation p. 1267-1274 Presentation of work at congresses