Wessel Stoop

Wessel Stoop BA MA

System Administrator & Scientific Programmer Centre for Language Studies & Centre for Language and Speech Technology since May 1, 2013
E 8.06 w.stoop@let.ru.nl http://wesselstoop.ruhosting.nl/

Research Projects

Dream research

Dream research

June 2, 2014 -- Antal van den Bosch , Maarten van Gompel , Florian Kunneman , Ali Hürriyetoğlu , Folgert Karsdorp , Iris Hendrickx , Martin Reynaert , Wessel Stoop , Louis Onrust

Dreams, the involuntary perceptions that occur in our minds during sleep, have been the topic of studies in many fields of research, including psychiatry, psychology, neurobiology, and religious studies. Their narrative content also links dreams to other forms of storytelling, with sharp distinctions (such as the focus on one's personal life and the typical personal perspective) but also interesting overlaps with genres such as orally transmitted folktales. We present a study on dreams aimed at the large-scale analysis of dreams using text analytics.


W. Stoop and A. van den Bosch
Using idiolects and sociolects to improve word prediction
Proceedings of the 14th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Association for Computational Linguistics, 2014
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