Dr N.H.J. Oostdijk (Nelleke)
Associate professor - Centre for Language Studies
Associate professor - Department of Language and Communication
As a computational linguist, Nelleke Oostdijk’s main research interests are centred around language use and variation, the role of expert (linguistic) knowledge in approaches to text mining and information retrieval, and the creation and curation of language resources.
Nelleke Oostdijk is coordinator of the research master programme in Language and Communication, programme coordinator for the Bachelor Linguistics, and chair of the board of the Centre for Language and Speech Technology.
- Language and Speech Technology
- D’hondt, E., Verberne, S., Oostdijk, N.H.J. & Boves, L.W.J. (2017). Patent Classification on Subgroup Level Using Balanced Winnow. In M. Lupu, K. Mayer, N. Kando & A.J. Trippe (Eds.), Current Challenges in Patent Information Retrieval (The Information Retrieval Series, 37) (pp. 299-324). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Full text
- Oostdijk, N.H.J. & Halteren, H. van (2016) Twitter tribal language(s). In C. Levallois (Ed.), Twitter for Research. Handbook 2015-2016 (pp. 63-87). Lyon: EMLYON Full text
- Halteren, H. van & Oostdijk, N.H.J. (2014). Variability in Dutch Tweets. An estimate of the proportion of deviant word tokens. Journal for Language Technology and Computational Linguistics, 29 (2), 97-123. Full text
- Oostdijk, N.H.J., Reynaert, R., Schuurman, I. & Hoste, V. (2013). The construction of a 500-million-word reference corpus of contemporary written Dutch. In P. Spyns & J. Odijk (Eds.), Essential Speech and Language Technology for Dutch (Theory and Applications of Natural Language Processing) (pp. 219-247). Berlin: Springer. Full text
- Oostdijk, N.H.J. (1991). Corpus Linguistics and the Automatic Analysis of English. Amsterdam: Rodopi.