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This page lists organisations dealing with Swedish language technology, such as academic groups, and research organisations.

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CL group at Stockholm University by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:16
The Computational Linguistics group at Stockholm University is part of the Department of Linguistics. It offers courses in Computational Linguistics, and engages in research on Natural Language Processing.
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CTT by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:17
CTT - Centre for Speech Technology - is a platform for cooperation between Swedish companies, non-commercial organizations and academic research within the area of speech technology. The centre is a unit within the Department of Speech, Music and Hearing, KTH, Stockholm.
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GSLT by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:17
GSLT - Swedish National Graduate School of Language Technology - is a collaboration between centres of research and education in language technology in Sweden, coordinated by the Faculty of Arts at Göteborg University.
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GU Dialogue Systems Lab by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:17
Göteborg University Dialogue Systems Lab is a research group with people from the Department of Linguistics and the Department of Computing Science at Göteborg University. The group explores the use of linguistic theory for improving dialogue systems.
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Hjälpmedelsinstitutet by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:18
Hjälpmedelsinstitutet is a Swedish national centre concerned with aids and accessibility for disabled persons. Hjälpmedelsinstitutet's activity comprises testing and purchase of aids, research and development, and information.
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Human Language Technology group at NADA, KTH by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:18
The Human Language Technology Group at NADA, KTH is interested in all aspects of human language and computers.
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Language Technology Group at Uppsala University by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:18
The Language Technology Group at the Department of Linguistics and Philology, Uppsala  University is a research group interested in both computational lingustics and natural language processing. The main focus is on machine translation, parallell corpora and automatic grammar extraction. Courses in Computational Linguistics are offered within a 3- or 4-year educational programme in Language Technology.
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Language Technology Group in Göteborg by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:19
The Language Technology Group in Göteborg is interested in languages, both human and artificial. The main focus is on precise and limited language.
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LT World by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:20
LT World is the most comprehensive WWW information service and knowledge source on the wide range of technologies that deal with human language. The service is provided by the German Language Technology Competence Center at DFKI.
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MALT at Växjö University by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:20
Research within the MALT group - Models and Algorithms for Language Technology - is currently focused on robust and efficient natural language parsing and vector space models of linguistic meaning, with applications in information retrieval, information extraction and question answering systems.
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NEALT by editorial staff — last modified 2007-09-07 09:13
The purpose of NEALT (North European Association for Language Technology) is to strengthen language technology, and cooperation between organizations involved in LT, in northern Europe. NEALT invites as a member any person interested in language technology and with an affinity to the Nordic countries (Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark including the Faroe Islands and Greenland, Iceland), the Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania) and Northwest Russia.
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NLPLAB at Linköping University by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:20
NLPLAB is a research group at the Department of Computer and Information Science, Division for Human-Centered Systems, that works on Natural Language Processing - spanning both theoretical and applied areas - and related areas of cognitive science.
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NorDokNet by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:22
NorDokNet is a Nordic network of documentation centres for language technology, a collaboration between documentation centres in Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Finland. The co-ordinator of NorDokNet is the Centre for Language Technology (CST), Denmark.
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SICS by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:22
The information access theme at SICS - Swedish Institute of Computer Science . has activities to address three major bottlenecks of next generation information access systems, namely that the systems know too little about texts, too little about their users, and present their results in a fairly underwhelming manner.
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SPINN by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:21
SPINN is a cross-disciplinary network with researchers from Scandinavia and Island. The focus is on language technology and information retrieval in the Nordic languages.
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Språkdata at Göteborg University by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:21
Sections of Lexicology and Natural Language Processing is part of the Department of Swedish. This is where the bank of Swedish, with its large number of corpora, is found.
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The work group for language planning and LT in the Nordic countries by editorial staff — last modified 2006-09-05 12:20
"The work group for language planning and LT in the Nordic countries" works with LT in a language planning perspective, and consists of representatives from the Nordic language planning organizations. The group wants to promote products of good linguistic quality, especially for small languages and for user groups with special needs. Another task is to promote and support cooperation between language planning organizations and research and industry representatives.
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