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I myself am interested in semantic/knowledge extraction, association, and representation. I really like the idea of concept indexing and even though there is a practical side to all of this as well, I was thinking of the value of such research to large-scale socio-psychological research where accurate generalizations of individual behavior within a group take center stage.

We're working on collocation extraction for a French dictionary we are building. I plan on using part of our corpus for categorizing lexemes according to an ontology I plan to extract from a broader range of corpora--basically using pre-existing encyclopedic knowledge to build an ontology instead of creating the ontology beforehand. I plan to use XML topic maps to do this. (I'm not even vaguely close to an implementation.)


In reply to Re: Re: What are the monks doing with Perl and Linguistics? by allolex
in thread What are the monks doing with Perl and Linguistics? by allolex

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    [Corion]: ambrus: Some of my math professors delegated TeX-ing of the exercises etc. to their secretaries :) But they all had very neat handwriting and good blackboard operation anyway ;)
    [ambrus]: is.
    [Corion]: ambrus: Yeah, I'm thinking maybe it makes sense to have two modes, "edit presentation" and "present presentation", where editing will edit /change the text, insert new slides etc., while presenting only allows drawing over stuff
    [ambrus]: Corion: secretaries? Nah, those aren't for TeXing. They delegate the less important stuff like exercises to students, as homework or extra credit, and the more important stuff like writing articles or computations for research experiment to MsC students o
    [Corion]: But then I think that maybe you want to have premade drawings display over your typed stuff already, so "present" would be a subset of "edit". And then I wonder whether even a subset makes sense ;)
    [ambrus]: r grad students they're advising. Secretaries are useful, but not for this.
    [Corion]: ambrus: I guess my profs were more oldskool that way and didn't farm out stuff except tutoring the exercises to students, but my profs were mostly theoretical mathematicians, not applied
    [ambrus]: As in, high-ranking people have to coordinate a department, decide about tricky individual non-professional questions that come up, and submit proposals for grants. Secretaries are useful for helping in that.
    [ambrus]: Corion: oh sure, a professor can still choose to do anything themselves if they have time and want to get it right.
    [ambrus]: And most of them do write articles themselves at least.

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