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Computational Linguistics: Home

Guide to reference sources and databases in the field of computational linguistics

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Linguistics Librarian

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Dan Mandeville
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Starting Points / Top Resources

Literature in computational linguistics is heavily based on conference papers, with the open repository ACL Anthology being a standard resource in this discipline. Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts (LLBA) is a database of scholarly literature, including journals and books in linguistics and related disciplines, and ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT) Global includes theses and dissertations in all disciplines. Google Scholar is not a repository or a database, but a search engine best used for casting a wide net, but lacking the advanced search options of other tools. For best results, use a mix of these resources. See the other pages of this guide for more.

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