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Information resources for computational linguistics at the University of Washington

Information Resources for CL

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.

CL Books and Overviews

CL Conferences

CL Scholarly Articles

CL Language Resources and Data

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