To develop techniques to support cross-Language Information Retrieval (CLIR) and cross-lingual semantic interoperability.
Funding for this research was received from the following sources:
NSF/CISE/ITO, ITS-9800696. "An Intelligent CSCW Workbench: Personalized Analysis and Visualization," 9/1/98 - 7/31/01. $274,163.
University of Illinois/sub-DARPA, N6001-97-C-8535. "The Interspace Prototype: An Analysis Environment Based on Scalable Semantics," 7/1/97 - 6/30/00. $1,078,991.
We wish to acknowledge the contributions of the following Institutions and individuals:
- Information Retrieval Research Group, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
- Science and Technology Information Center, National Science Council, Taiwan for the use of its database.
- Science and Technology Abstracts, STIC.
- Arizona Noun Phraser-indexing based on the identification of noun phrases in text.
- Neural Networks
- Japanese/Chinese indexing and retrieval
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