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LINGUIST List 18.1811

Thu Jun 14 2007

Jobs: Comp Ling: Lead Comp Linguist, General Dynamics Advanced Systems

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        1.    Karen Grasso, Computational Linguistics: Lead Computational Linguist, General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, Buffalo, NY, USA


Message 1: Computational Linguistics: Lead Computational Linguist, General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, Buffalo, NY, USA
Date: 13-Jun-2007
From: Karen Grasso <karen.grassogd-ais.com>
Subject: Computational Linguistics: Lead Computational Linguist, General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, Buffalo, NY, USA


University or Organization: General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Natural Language Processing


Description:

Lead Computational Linguist will provide technical guidance and leadership to a
group of computational linguists in the area of text information exploitation
technologies such as full-text search and retrieval, profile-based
categorization/routing, information extraction from prose text, information
fusion, and/or data visualization and analysis.

Development experience with text information exploitation technologies such as
full-text search and retrieval, profile-based categorization/routing,
information extraction from prose text, information fusion, and/or data
visualization and analysis.

Master's Degree in Computation Linguistics or Computer Science (CS) with
background in Computational Linguistics; PhD preferred. 2-5 years experience in
Computational Linguistics. Experience with Natural Language Processing (NLP)
applications.


Application Deadline: (Open until filled)

Email Address for Applications: karen.grassogd-ais.com

Contact Information:
Karen Grasso
Email: karen.grassogd-ais.com


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