Spanish Grammar (USC GE)

Code: GI-1372
University: University of Santiago de Compostela
Coordinator: Rojo Sánchez, Guillermo
Web: http://gramatica.usc.es/

Description:
The research group Spanish Grammar (USC GE) is the evolution of the group that established the initial core in Spanish linguistics and linguistic theory in the old University of Santiago de Compostela and in which, with additional complements, were formed most of the researchers currently working in this area in the other two Galician universities and some other Spanish universities.

In the development of computational linguistic resources the group stands out for the design, building and operation of ARTHUS corpus, from where the  Spanish Syntactic Database (www.bds.usc.es) comes, and the development of automatic procedures for real text analysis of present-day Spanish, with the aim of achieving a formal grammar of, at least, the clausal structure and build, by means of automatic procedures, a treebank of  present-day Spanish.

Members:
  • Blanco Domínguez, Marta
  • del Río Gayo, Iria
  • Díaz García, María Teresa
  • Gamallo Otero, Pablo
  • García Gondar, Francisco
  • García González, Marcos
  • García Salido, Marcos
  • Jiménez Julia, Tomás Eduardo
  • López Meirama, María Belén
  • Mas Álvarez, Inmaculada
  • Pastor Lara, Alejandro
  • Pena Seijas, Jesús
  • Recalde Fernández, Monserrat
  • Rivas Muiño, Elena
  • Rodríguez Espiñeira, María José
  • Santalla del Río, María Paula
  • Sotelo Docío, Susana
  • Vázquez Rozas, María Victoria