HOME  •   PROGRAM  •   TSUJIILAB  •  
BACKGROUND
Our research group at the University of Tokyo has been granted a five-year project on advanced NLP by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) in Japan.

The project, aNT (advanced NLP and Text Mining), started in April 2006, and its technological focus is on deep parsing and knowledge-based processing with a strong emphasis on combining these with machine learning techniques. From an application standpoint, we aim to develop intelligent text management systems (information extraction, semantically enriched text, information retrieval, etc.), particularly for biomedical domains, along with a general set of NLP tools that are both adaptable for other domains and interoperable with tools developed by other groups.

The forum is organized by aNT to present the research results of the first year and exchange ideas with on-going projects outside.

OBJECTIVE and SCOPE
To exchange information on on-going projects, research results and new ideas on
  • NLP-based Text Mining
  • Intelligent Text Management System
  • Bio-NLP
  • Deep Parsing and its Application
  • Knowledge-based NLP
  • Machine Learning and NLP
  • Ontology Building
  • Interoperability and Adaptability of NLP tools
DATE
March 11 (Sun) - March 13 (Tue)
VENUE
Koshiba Hall
University of Tokyo
7-3-1 Hongo Bunkyo-ku
Tokyo 113-0033 JAPAN

COPYRIGHT TSUJIILAB, UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.