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The Natural Language and Information Processing (NLIP) group within Cambridge University Computer Laboratory conducts research over a wide spectrum of NLP topics. More about the group as a whole can be found on the web pages.

Our Delphin related activities involve the development of the LKB system (LkbTop) and of the MRS/RMRS approach to underspecified compositional semantics for the Matrix grammars and for shallower analysers (RmrsTop). Currently, we are most actively working on tokenisation and morphology (funded by Boeing) and on the development of RMRS and the SEM-I. A new project (Sciborg) which is extending work on integration of deep and shallow processing started in October 2005.