Library

The Library of the Institute for Computational Linguistics (ILC) is freely accessible. The catalogues, constantly updated, are freely consultable on line.

Biblioteca dell'Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale (ILC)

Location: Institute for Computational Linguistics (ILC) - CNR Research Area - Pisa - Via Giuseppe Moruzzi 1 - Building A - Gate 15 - 1st Floor

Opening times: working days 9:30-16:00 (by appointment)

Manager: Gabriella Pardelli
Tel.: [+39] 050 315 2869 | e-Mail: gabriella.pardelli@ilc.cnr.it

ILC Library

The Library contains about 6,400 volumes published from the second post-war period to the present day. ILC book heritage includes 3,000 monographs, more than 2,000 volumes of Grey Literature (national and international research reports, proceedings of conferences in the field of computational linguistics organized by the most important International Associations such as ACL, ACH, EADH (formerly ALLC), COLING, ACLA, AILA, ELRA, EURALEX etc.) and a collection of 24 titles among the principal specialised Italian and foreign periodicals.

Main disciplinary areas: Computational Linguistics, General Linguistics, Psycholinguistics, Sociolinguistics, Language Teaching, Philosophy of Language, History of Language, Philology.

ILC Library Catalogue is available in BIBLOS and in MOP.

Antonio Zampolli Collection

In addition to the ILC Library catalogue there is also the “Antonio Zampolli Collection”, donated by the founder of the Institute. The historical value of such a collection is invaluable. This collection is made up of 1,400 specialist texts, some of which are unique examples in Italy and among the few ones in the world representing the origins of Computational Linguistics.

Topics: statistical surveys; syntactic systems and models of language acquisition; automatic content processing; automatic language processing; machine translation; computational lexicography and lexicography; computational philology.

“Antonio Zampolli Collection” Catalogue is available in BIBLOS.


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