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CarSim 3.0 by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:49

Målet med CarSim 3.0 är att automatiskt konvertera olycksrapporter från bilolyckor från skriven form till animerade sekvenser.

Organisation: Lund University
2002-01-01 -- 2004-12-31

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CLARITY by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:49

CLARITY is an EU-funded research project with the aim to provide a cross language information retrieval system for text and audio documents.

Organisation: SICS
2001-02-01 -- 2004-01-31

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CrossCheck - a grammar checker for second language writers of Swedish by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:50

The research project CrossCheck developed a grammar checking system especially developed for second language learners of Swedish.

Organisation: KTH
2001-11-01 -- 2004-10-31

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D'Homme by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:50

The D'Homme project addresses the theoretical challenges in language understanding and dialogue management for controlling and querying multiple networked devices from inside or outside the home.

Organisation: Göteborg University
2001-01-01 -- 2001-12-31

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Direkt profil by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:50

A Call-application for learning French is developed in this project.

Organisation: Lunds universitet
2005-01-01 -- 2007-12-31

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Function Words in Speech Processing by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:51

The project involves a number of studies investigating the role of function words in speech processing.

Organisation: Lund University
2001-11-01 -- 2004-10-31

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GramTrans by editorial staff — last modified 2007-12-03 14:36

GramTrans™ is a cooperation between two small specialized language technology companies, GrammarSoft ApS, based in Denmark, and Kaldera Språkteknologi AS, based in Norway. GramTrans™ offers high quality, domain-independent machine translation for the Scandinavian languages. All products are based on cutting edge, university level research in the fields of Natural Language Processing (NLP), corpus linguistics, and lexicography.

Organisation: http://www.gramtrans.com/
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GROG by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:51

The purpose of this project is to model the structuring of speech in terms of prosodic boundaries and groupings in various communicative situations.

Organisation: KTH
2002-01-01 -- 2004-12-31

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Integrated language tools for writing and document handling by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:52

The aim of the project is to develop and integrate different language tools in an environment for writing support.

Organisation: KTH
1999-01-01 -- 1999-12-31

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Interactive Language Technology by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:52

The project develops and applies interactive tools for natural language technology. This includes multilingual authoring systems, multilingual dialogue systems, and resource grammars.

Organisation: Chalmers
2001-11-01 -- 2004-10-31

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KOMA by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:52

The aim of the project is to develop methods and systems for machine translation of documents of a restricted text type.

Organisation: Linköping University
2001-11-01 -- 2004-10-31

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LATOS by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:53

The aim of the project is to develop an open source code repository for dialogue systems development and document processing.

Organisation: Linköping University
2001-11-01 -- 2004-10-31

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MATS by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:53

The MATS project concerns the methodology and application of a translation system.

Organisation: Uppsala University
2000-01-01 -- 2001-12-31

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MIFIS by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:56

The overall research goal of the project is to incorporate document and text processing techniques in multimodal dialogue systems.

Organisation: Linköping University
2001-11-01 -- 2004-10-31

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Multimodal Dialogue Systems for Industrial Applications by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:56

The project aims at investigating dialogue models for multi-modal interaction and realize prototype implementations for various types of such systems.

Organisation: Linköping University
2001-01-01 -- 2001-12-31

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Multimodal Interaction for Information Appliances by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:57

The project's vision and a long term research objective is to investigate the nature of, and develop systems for, multimodal interaction with home information in a very wide sense, from structured descriptions to simple text documents.

Organisation: Linköping University
2001-01-01 -- 2001-12-31

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Nomen Nescio by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:59

Nomen Nescio är Nordiskt Nätverk för Namnigenkänning. Nätverkets övergripande syfte är tudelat: att utveckla en resursbas av kunskap, standarder och konkreta verktyg för namnigenkänning i och för de nordiska språken, samt att knyta samman forskningsmiljöer i Sverige, Norge och Danmark.

Organisation: Göteborg University
2001-01-01 -- 2003-12-31

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Nordic words by editorial staff — last modified 2007-02-20 16:39

Nordic words started in 1996 as a project aiming at producing free spelling dictionaries for the Scandinavian languages to be used in different environments. The language checker in Open ofice is another part of the project.

Organisation: Projekt Runeberg
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Nordisk nätordbok by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:59

The project Nordisk nätordbok (Nordic online lexicon) has to aims: to produce a multilingual lexicon service for Nordic languages and a multilingual  search engine for primarily the Scandinavian languages.

Organisation: KTH, CST
2005-01-01 -- 2007-12-31

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SCIN - Speech-Controlled Interactive News Service by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:58

The objective of the project is to adapt and develop methods from language technology and information science that support speech controlled interaction with information services.

Organisation: Linköping University
2000-01-01 -- 2001-12-31

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