Corpus Linguistic Search Inquiries
Mikhail Kopotev, Adjunct Professor of the University of Helsinki, Ph.D., PetrSU graduate, a world-class specialist in the field of corpus linguistics held a scientific seminar.
Mikhail Kopotev, 1995 graduate of the Faculty of Philology of Petrozavodsk State University, Ph.D, Adjunct Professor at the University of Helsinki. At present, he teaches university courses in Russian, corpus linguistics and creates tools detecting plagiarism in texts.
Mikhail Kopotev talked about what search inquiries and in which corpuses could be made. He showed specific examples, formulas used in search systems in different corpuses, answered questions from programmers and linguists regarding search engines, their operational principles and capabilities.
The meeting was held with support of the Department of German and French Languages of the Institute of Foreign Languages, Institute of Mathematics and Information Technologies and the Artificial Intelligence Center of PetrSU.
The seminar was held onsite and online via Zoom.
PetrSU scientists Luidmila Shchegoleva, Professor, and Nikolay Moskin, Associate Professor, engaged in the technologies of intellectual text analytics in natural languages participated in the seminar.
Professor M. Aleksandrov and his graduate students (The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration - RANEPA) were invited as experts to the seminar and presented the area of text analysis posted on social networks and other open access Internet sources.
"Studying and applying text analysis methods is an important activity of the Artificial Intelligence Center established at PetrSU. The seminar was relevant and fitting",
- said the participants.