Dr. András Kornai
Kornai, Ph.D. is research associate at Harvard University, adjunct
professor at the Budapest Institute of Technology, and Senior Scientific
Advisor at the Computer and Automation Research Institute of the
Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He is on the board of
Formal Grammars and
His research interests include all mathematical aspects of natural
language processing, speech recognition, and OCR.
András authored Mathematical Linguistics (Advanced Information and Knowledge Processing), Formal Phonology (Outstanding Dissertations in Linguistics), and On Hungarian Morphology (Linguistica), and edited Extended Finite State Models of Language (Studies in Natural Language Processing). His papers include The treatment of ordinary quantification in English proper, The algebra of lexical semantics, NP alignment in bilingual corpora, The complexity of phonology, and Google for the linguist on a budget. Read the full list of his publications!
He earned his mathematics Ph.D. in 1983 from Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest where his advisor was Miklós Ajtai. He earned his linguistics Ph.D. in 1991 from Stanford University, where his advisor was Paul Kiparsky. He holds patent Textual data classification method and apparatus.
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