Two papers accepted at RANLP 2009

Today I recieved notification that two papers where I am one of the authors have been accepted as posters at the international conference RANLP 2009 – Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing, which is in Borovets, Bulgaria in September 14-16.

Apart from being an exceptionally pleasant conference, RANLP is ranked among the most influential NLP conferences by the site Computer Science Conference Ranking. According to this list it is one of the top 67 conferences among 701 considered in the fields of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning,Robotics and Human Computer Interaction.

The two accepted papers are:

Identification of Parallel Text Pairs Using Fingerprints by Martin Hassel and Hercules Dalianis.

Global Evaluation of Random Indexing through Swedish Word Clustering Compared to the People’s Dictionary of Synonyms by Magnus Rosell, Martin Hassel and Viggo Kann.

Dr. Magnus Rosell and Professor Viggo Kann both reside at the School of Computer Science and Communication, KTH – Royal Institute of Technology.

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About Martin Duneld

I am a lecturer/researcher working at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences at Stockholm University. My main interests lie in information extraction and retrieval, and in particular automatic text summarization, but I've been known to dabble in a variety of language technology related tool development. Currently my main work lies within the health domain. I particularly enjoy teaching, as well as studying, anything even remotely related to computational linguistics and language technology. I also teach database and web oriented programming.
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