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The Computational Linguistics Group at Oxford University consists of faculty members, researchers and students working on the scientific study of language from a computational perspective. We develop computational models of various linguistic phenomena, often with the aim of building practical natural language processing systems.

Research Areas

Our research interests span a broad range of topics in Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing. Recent focus areas include:

  • compositional semantics using distributional models
  • deep learning
  • variational Bayesian inference
  • nonparametric Bayesian modelling
  • statistical machine translation and language modelling

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