Computational Approaches to Language


Joel Nothman


Advances in computing have enabled collection and analysis of large-scale linguistic data. New quantitative approaches to language research range from computational methods to mathematical models. This node provides a forum for research collaboration and skill development around rapidly evolving techniques. Areas of application include Health, Education, Mass media, Digital Humanities, Identity, Ideology, using emotion detection, machine learning, corpus development, Speech to Text, information theory, and more. This node has strong links with the Sydney Corpus Lab, which hosts regular events in corpus linguistics.



Eduardo G. AltmannMathematics and Statistics
Monika BednarekLinguistics
Benoit BerthelierLanguages and Cultures
Jyotirmoyee BhattacharjyaTransport and Logistics Studies
Olga BoichakMedia and Communications
Yaegan DoranLinguistics
Marco DurantiHistory
Timothy DwyerMedia and Communications
Gorana GrgicGovernment and Internal Relations
Caren HanComputer Science
Jonathon HutchinsonMedia and Communications
Kiju JungBusiness: Marketing
Fiona MartinMedia and Communications
Anna MorbiatoLinguistics
Joyce NipMedia and Communications
Joel NothmanSydney Informatics Hub
Josiah PoonComputer Science
Shaun RatcliffPolitical Science
Jacques RaubenheimerPharmacology
Reuben SegaraBusiness: Finance
Chao SunFaculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Charmaine TamData Science
Andreas ZanklMedical School