The research group 'Language, logic and information' studies the use of language for conveying information.
Our research ranges from analysis of speech processing to logical representation of linguistic information.
- The organisation of meanings in the lexicon and their contribution for communication.
- Logical theories of language and their use in computational linguistics.
- Linguistic resources and their use for information processing by applying language and speech technology.
- Semantics and pragmatics: representation and variation.
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