|Technologies for Linguistic Analysis|
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Latest ideas & research projects
We are developing new projects in computational linguistics and natural language processing.
15 February, 2018: the source code of Neven, the software for automatic detection of eventive nouns, is already published
Neven is a software for the automatic detection of non-deverbal eventive nouns, which are those nouns that designate events but have not experienced a process of derivation from verbs, such as fiesta ('party') or cóctel ('cocktail'). These nouns do not present the typical morphological features of deverbal nouns, such as -ción, -miento, and are therefore more difficult to detect. The publication of the source code was pending work and now it is available.
15 February, 2018: we present a new program to detect similarities between documents
We present a new software to detect textual similarities between documents.
The user can upload a zip file with documents in a variety of formats (e.g., doc, docx, pdf, html)
and the program will return a ranking with the pairs of most similar documents.
Algorithm and implementation by Rogelio Nazar. This project has been supported by the Dsic and the ILCL of the PUCV.
If you have comments or questions, feel free to contact us.
Tools & demosWe have implemented different types of applications and most of them can be tested online. Take a look.
+ Bifid: a parallel corpus aligner
+ Dsele: a model dictionary for ELE learners
+ Estilector: a tool for assisted writing
+ GeNom: a program to detect the gender of proper nouns
+ Jaguar: a tool for statistic corpus analysis
+ Kind: a taxonomy induction algorithm
+ Kwico: a concordancer for big corpora
+ Neven: a program to detect eventive nouns
+ Termout: a terminology extraction system
+ POL: named entity recognition and classification
+ Poppins: a supervised text classifier
+ Sapo: a program to detect similarities between documents (New!)
+ Verbario: corpus pattern analysis in Spanish
This is the view from where we are located, in the Sausalito lagoon, a quiet and lovely place in Viña del Mar, Chile. Sunny days. Birds can be seen in the center of the lagoon (click to enlarge).
Av. El Bosque 1290, Viña del Mar, Chile
April, 2018: A new edition of the Perl Workshop will take place at the Institute for Literary and Linguistic Studies of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso. If you are interested, please contact us.
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+ Nazar, R.; Soto, R.; Urrejola, K. (En prensa). Detección automática de nombres eventivos no deverbales en castellano: un enfoque cuantitativo basado en corpus. Revista Linguamatica.
Solutions for text processing
We have different methods for text processing depending on the goal. And we like to get in trouble! Check out our solutions for different problems, and get in touch.