A reverse chronological overview of ILK research projects
From 1995 up to now. Entries describe involved researchers, running
time, funding source, and project partners.
TTNWW: TST Tools for Dutch as Web Services in a Workflow
A transnational CLARIN project with Flemish and Dutch partners, March 2010 - September 2012 (Tilburg part: until April 2011).
DutchSemCor: A 1-million-word Dutch Semantic Corpus
HiTiME: Historical Timeline Mining and Extraction
An NWO CATCH project, July 2009 - September 2013.
collaboration with IISH, the International Institute of Social History.
- Kalliopi Zervanou
- Matje van de Camp
- Steve Hunt
- Antal van den Bosch, Titia van der Werf (coordination)
- Martha van den Hoven (MA student)
- Iris Balemans (BA students)
MEMPHIX: Memory-based paraphrasing using implicit and explicit semantics
A Tilburg School for Humanities Ph.D. project, September 2008 - August 2012.
Gezond Verstand: A Kids' Open Mind Common Sense
SoNaR: STEVIN Dutch Reference Corpus, phase 1
Supercomputing for Distributed Memory-Based Learning
Funded by NWO NCF, May 2007 - December 2007.
Linguistic Data Quality Management
Funded by the NWO HEFBOOM initiative, January 2007 - July 2008.
Implicit Linguistics: Machine Learning of Text-to-Text Processing
A Vici project funded by NWO, June 2006 - May 2011.
Semi-automatic techniques for semantic role labeling applied to a Spanish corpus
Funded by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science, April 2006 - March 2008.
Spoken Dutch Corpus Post-hoc Jobs
Funded by NWO, January-December 2006.
D-Coi: Dutch Language Corpus Initiative
MITCH: Mining Information in Texts from the Cultural Heritage
An NWO CATCH project, May 2005 - August 2009.
collaboration with Naturalis, the Dutch National Museum of Natural
A-PROPOS: Pro-active personalization for professional document writing