Dr Mick O'Donnell,
|| Text Generation (Composing text from
||Sentence Generation (Generation of
||Sentence Analysis (Analysis of individual
sentences using sSystemic
||Knowledge Representation (representation
of conceptual and linguistic
|| Linguistic Coding Tools: Tools for
marking up text structure
or features (see below).
|| Interaction Structure: modelling the
structure of human interaction,
including exchange (conversation) structure, task (generic) structure.
both verbal and nonverbal behaviour. Dynamic modelling of interaction.
|| Systemic Formalism: using the Systemic
formalism to model all
information (language, behaviour, knowledge, etc.). Notion of strata,
mapping. Systemics as a knowledge-representation language.
Explorer) (with Chris Mellish, Jon Oberlander and Alistair Knott) seeks
to automatically generate labels for items in an electronic catalogue
(or museum gallery) in such a way as to reflect the interest of the
user and also opportunistically
to further certain educational (or other) aims. This project is in
with the National Museums of Scotland, Interactive Information and VIS
Media. For more information on this project (papers, etc.), and to
our prototype system, click here.
in Physical Space) (European Consortium, with Chris Mellish, Jon
and Marc Moens) Developing handheld devices to deliver dynamically
presentations as the visitor walks through an exhibition space. For
information on this project (papers, etc.), click here.
Information Objects) (European Consortium) Project to deliver a
version of ILEX-type system. I worked on the project in the first year,
extend ILEX's multilingual capabilities.
||AcaMed I was
contracted by Language & Computing
nv. to manage a
team of researchers developing natural language understanding
for texts in the medical domain. This is mainly funded under a Flemish
Research Grant for the ACAMED-project. ACAMED is a generic tool for
ICD-code extraction from medical free texts.
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