A 1996 high-level review of: spoken/written input, analysis and understanding, generation, speech output, discourse and dialogue, document processing, multiple languages and modes, transmission and storage, mathematical methods, other resources, how to evalate an NLP program.
Questions and answers on a wide range of language processing topics, with keyword index.
An institute which applies natural language processing research to problems of human-computer interaction. Selected publications, academic information, and descriptions of current projects.
A part of the Computer Science Bibliography Collection, providing references for papers published through 1994. Searchable, browsable.
The practical arm of the ELRA agency, dedicated to solving practical and legal problems in the distribution of language resources. Legal information, catalog of resources for sale, current projects.
String Searching Algorithms: exact / approximate string matching, edit distances, common sequences, longest repetitions.
A "concise summary of the capabilities and sources of language processing software available to researchers. It comprises academic, commercial and proprietary software with theory, specifications and terms on which it can be acquired clearly indicated."
A research program at Carnegie Mellon University, focusing on machine translation and speech processing. Includes news, admissions procedures, staff profiles and current projects.
Centered around Eugene Charniak's book "Statistical Language Learning", this page features a book review, some notes, sample solutions to exercises in the book, and a small corpus with which to experiment.
Repository of information on grammatical inference, automata induction, and language acquisition.