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Center for Computational Linguistics

(2000-2004)

The Center for Computational Linguistics was established and supported as a "Center of Excellence" by the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic within the national scientific program aiming at a substantial support of the most advanced topical domains of research.

The Center was attached to the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague and closely cooperated with the Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics (┌FAL), MFF UK.

The research activities of the Center were divided into four areas:

  • Theoretical linguistic studies, with a special regard to the building of the Prague Dependency Treebank of Czech language
  • Mathematical and computational methods
  • Speech recognition
  • Applied and experimental systems

The Center was a joined research unit of three founding organizations:

The research activities of the Center for Computational Linguistics proceed in the research projects of the Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics, MFF UK, in the projects of the Department of Cybernetics, FAV ZCU, and in the projects of the Institute of Czech Language, AV CR.


 
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