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Martin Carlsen (Systems)

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Work Phone: (+ 45) 65 50 33 62

Home Phone: (+ 45) 26 67 20 15


Martin is a student of Computer Systems Engineering at the University of Southern Denmark. He has written two natural language parsers for the VISL project: a Constraint Grammar compiler based on the CG-2 formalism and a Context Free compiler for ambiguous grammars and ambiguous input. He is the architect of most of the infrastructure of the VISL web site and developed VISL's first applet for visualizing syntax trees as well as a multitude of minor scripts. He was also involved in adapting the syntax tree applet for Arabic and Russian.

Recently having engaged in a private enterprise, he is now also working with topics such as text compression, speech recognition, and software for handheld computers.

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