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Being computationally oriented, the field of NLP is replete with on-line resources of
many types. A few are listed here, each leading to many other resources.
A search using google.com
will reveal many more.
also appears to use an algorithm that gives excellent rankings, as does google.
The Computing Research Repository (CoRR)
is the best source for online versions of many papers and reports on NLP. As an example,
a search on "term extraction" retrieved eight articles with full text on line.
The site entry page is here.
The web site of the Association of Computational Linguistics (ACL)
is an excellent starting point.
A major site related to the ACL is
The ACL NLP/CL Universe
which has over 4200 links (!) to a wide variety of NLP-related material.
Here are the Stuttgart resources lists.
Here is the Stanford Meta-Index
on linguistics and computational linguistics.
This is an annotated list of resources
for statistical natural language processing
and corpus-based computational linguistics, also at Stanford.
Mike Barlow has large set of
useful links on corpus linguistics including
Word lists and Stop lists,
Text analysis and
Online papers, theses, etc. related to CL,
Courses in Corpus Linguistics and a
Linguistics Glossary is maintained by SIL. They state:
"This is a glossary of terms used in the morphological, syntactic, and
pragmatic analysis of text. It does not necessarily include terms specific to
particular theoretical models (e.g. tagmeme). The glossary was compiled by the International
Linguistics Department of the Summer Institute of Linguistics (Dallas, TX)."
This is a an older bibliography (ending in 2000)
-- "A (Partial) Bibliography (in Chronological Order) of MEDICAL NATURAL-LANGUAGE PROCESSING OF FREE TEXT
Compiled by: William J. Rapaport", SUNY Buffalo. The medical area is of course closely related
to biology on many fronts, so work in that area is of potential interest.
Beyond the list above, searching on your own will find links to
many university NLP research groups around the world, many in Europe.
One of them may be near you!
Updated 7 September 2006