Kevin Brubeck Unhammer, Computational Linguistics, University of Bergen

Kevin Brubeck Unhammer

Master's of Computational Linguistics at the University of Bergen (UiB), Norway; my thesis was on parallel treebanks and LFG-informed phrase alignment, part of the XPAR-project ("Language diversity and parallel grammars").

On this page you'll find the various classes I've taken at UiB and the University of Amsterdam, along with some papers (literature list at bibsonomy.org/user/unhammer); more about me at my wiki user-page.

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Fall 2009

Worked as a seminar teacher for the Prolog course INFO232.

Apertium

DASP303

Semester assignment (in Norwegian):

Computational modeling of language @ UiB

DASP304

Semester assignment (in Norwegian):

Language Technology Applications @ UiB

Spring 2009

Worked as a seminar teacher for the course KOGVIT101: Introduction to Cognitive Sciences this semester, also got a place in Google Summer of Code with Apertium.

Apertium

Fall 2008

Worked as a seminar teacher for the Prolog course INFO232.

LING305

Semester assignment (in Norwegian):

Modern Grammatical and Semantic Theory @ UiB

Spring 2008: exchange to the University of Amsterdam

Documented on the blog Amsterdamreisen.

Unsupervised Parsing

Assignments

Probabilistic Grammars and Data-Oriented Parsing @ UvA

Fall 2007

DASP104

(Norwegian) HOWTO on installing Slime and SBCL on the Solaris-machines at UiB.

Automatic Analysis of Language @ UiB

Spring 2007

LING111

Some .emacs-lisp for making XLE more user-friendly when working with LFG grammars.

Syntax @ UiB

Fall 2004 - Spring 2006: Oslo

Computers-Language, Logics and Psychology

Various classes in programming, analytic philosophy, statistics, logic, cognitive science

From INF1010 @ UiO, spring 2005:

Other work

Author: Kevin Brubeck Unhammer <Kevin.Unhammer at student uib no >

Date: 2011-01-18 22:40:09 CET

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