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The work developed in this visit focused on the extraction of agreement information from partial parses and its use for spelling correction purposes.
Restricted BATIC3S meeting at FCT/UNL. Topic of discussion "The modeling approach".
While at CITIA Miguel Castro participated in committee examination of the Sérgio Duarte’s PhD Thesis, gave a talk, and discussed future collaborations with the LSDCS team.Seminars @ CITI: Virtual Ring Routing: Network routing inspired by Distributed Hash Tables
The main target of his work was the integration of spelling correction and parsing tasks to improve the performance of both. Finding a good correction for a misspelled word is one of the currend challenges of the spelling correction tools but it is quite difficult without taking into acount some contextual infomation. Moreover, robust incomplete parsing performs better when mispelling erros are corrected. Juan Otero research has been centered arround the following topics: * Exporation of DyAlog tool, which alows the development of parsers in natural language processing. * Study of Defined Clauses Gramars (DCG's) used to implement the portuguese grammar used by my parser and its possible adaptation to spanish or galician. * Adaptation of regional spelling corrector to correct misspelled words before the parser was run. For each possible candidate to be a correction of a misspelled word, the spelling corrector obtains a prolog fact which can be processed by the parser.
Collaboration in the context of the Profundis project.
Gegory was invited as an invited lecturer to the workshop on Text Mining and Applications (TEMA05) that Gabriel Lopes, Joaquim Ferreira da Silva, Vitor Rocio and Paulo Quaresma have organized in the framework of the Portuguese Artifitial Intelligence Biannual Meating at Covilhã.
Victor Bilbao came to work on parallel text alignment and on evaluation of alignments.Seminars @ CITI: Evaluation of Machine Translation Systems and of Parallel Text Alignement
Definition of joint research work in the area of aspect mining and refactoring. Presentation of a seminar for CITI.Seminars @ CITI: Aspect Mining and Refactoring
Evandro came to Lisbon in the framework of WE-LEARN cooperation project to work on the ergonomics of the graphical interface for foreign Language training.
Ravi came to work on alignment of parallel texts written in English and Hindi.