• Benoît HABERT (Paris X-Nanterre)
    To tool up linguistics: from borrowing techniques to the meeting of knowledge
    2004, Vol. IX-1, pp. 5-24

    As such, linguistic research does not imply specific devices. However, linguistic descriptions and models would benefit from relying more often on NLP (Natural Language Processing) tools and resources and on computer science methods. The possible outcome depends on the chosen type of interaction between NLP, computer science and linguistics. A synergy between paradigms and methodologies would be more fruitful than a mere import of techniques.