UNED Research Group in Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval

This is the home page of the Research Group in Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval at UNED (Spanish Open Distance University). The group started its activities in 1996 and now hosts over 20 researchers working in several NLP & IR research topics:

  • Fundamental Research in NLP & IR
    • Evaluation Metrics & Methodologies for Information Access Problems
    • Semantic Similarity & Semantic Representation
    • Unsupervised System/Signal Combination
    • Test Collections and Evaluation Campaigns
  • Online Reputation Management
    • Named Entity Linking for Online Reputation Management
    • Reputational Polarity & Sentiment Analysis
    • Alert Detection & Topic Tracking
    • Author Profiling
    • Automatic Generation of Reputation Reports
    • Estimation of global reputation for entities from Social Media
  • Text Mining in Social Media
    • Identification of Eye Witnesses
    • Crisis monitoring
  • Text Mining in BioMedical Domains
    • Multilingual Named Entity Extraction and Classification
    • Medical Records codification (CIE-10)
    • Characterization of CIE-10 codes
    • Medical Record anonimization
    • Annotation, Disambiguation and Expansion of Medical Abbreviations
    • Relationship Extraction
    • Knowledge Induction
  • Vandalism and Spam Detection
  • Open Information Extraction and Knowledge Capture
  • Question Answering
    • Question Answering over Linked Data
    • Community Question Answering
  • Multilingual & Multimedia Information Retrieval
  • Human-Computer Interaction for Information Access
    • Usability & Accesibility
    • Virtual Tours
    • Content Visualization