Linguistic String Project (LSP)

Since 1965 the Linguistic String Project (Prof. Sager and colleagues) at New York University has engaged in Natural Language Processing research. Major results include

Selected LSP Publications

[#1] Sager, N. (1967). Syntactic Analysis of Natural Language. Advances in Computer 8, 153-188. Academic Press, NY.

[#11] Sager, N. (1975). Sublanguage Grammars in Science Information Processing. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 26, 10-16.

[#12] Sager, N., and Grishman, R. (1975). The Restriction Language for Computer Grammars of Natural Language. Communications of the ACM18, 390-400.

[#13] Hirschman, L., Grishman, R., and Sager, N. (1975). Grammatically-Based Automatic Word Class Formation. Information Processing and Management11, 39-57.

[#33] Hirschman, L., and Sager, N. (1982). Automatic Information Formatting of a Medical Sublanguage. Sublanguage: Studies of Language in Restricted Semantic Domains (R. Kittredge and J. Lehrberger, eds.). Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, pp. 27-80.

[#34] Sager, N. (1981). Natural Language Information Processing: A Computer Grammar of English and Its Applications. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass.

[#65] Sager, N., Friedman, C., Lyman, M.S., MD, and members of the Linguistic String Project (1987). Medical Language Processing: Computer Management of Narrative Data. Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA.

[#82] Sager, N., Lyman, M.S., Bucknall, C., Nhan, N.T., Tick, L.J., (1994) Natural Language Processing and the Representation of Clinical Data, Journal of American Medical Informatics Society, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 142-160.