The Natural Language Processing and Semantic Computing Research Group at the University of Passau focuses on the research of the principles and applications of computational semantics to support the next generation of intelligent systems.
The group adopts a multidisciplinary approach to computational semantics, merging the Natural Language Processing, Information Retrieval and the Semantic Web perspectives.
Our core research topics are: applications of distributional semantics, flexible knowledge representation models, information extraction, semantic annotations and intelligent user interfaces such as question answering systems.
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