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Computational Linguistics: Comp Ling Theses & Dissertations

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

Dissertations & Theses

Theses and dissertations are a key source for finding the latest scholarship, additional material such as data sets, and detailed research. They can also help you find out what has been written on a topic, uncover other sources through citations, and get inspiration for your own research project. Theses and dissertations are typically held in print and/or electronically by the institution where they were written. Many newer theses can be accessed online. Check with the library or academic department where it was written if you cannot find a thesis or dissertation online.

Dissertation & Thesis Resources

UW Theses & Dissertations

 

Search by author: Change the drop-down to "author/creator"

Search by title: Change the drop-down to "in the title"

Search by subject or department: Change the drop-down to "in subject"; use the heading "theses" followed by the department:

  • theses linguistics
  • theses computer science

Search by topic: Use the keywords search and combine the phrase "theses and" followed by a topical keyword(s):

  • theses and natural language processing
  • theses and sociolinguistics
  • theses and acoustic phonetics