The Mathematical Language Processing Group at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign does langauge processing research on unique data modalities with a focus on mathematical/technical content. We focus on solving real-world language processing tasks such as information retrieval and text comprehension/generation using a variety of computing techniques (machine learning, novel algorithmic methods, formal verification methods, etc.).

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Embedding mathematical expressions

Embedding mathematical expressions

Vector-based embedding of mathematical equations

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Mathematical knowledge maps

Mathematical knowledge maps

Viewing technical data through a new data modlaity

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Mathematical token classification

Extracting definitions for mathematical tokens

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Language Identification

The anatomy of the language identification problem applied to African-American Vernacular English

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Mathematical Corpus Generation

Mathematical Corpus Generation

Building corpora for mathmeatical neural networks

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Faculty

Nickvash Kani
Research Assistant Professor

Graduate Students

Neeraj Gangwar
Graduate Research Assistant

Researchers

Emma Hamel
Alumni Research Assistant

Undergraduate Students

Hongbo Zheng
Undergraduate Researcher
Weiyang Wang
Undergraduate Researcher
Ayu Seiya
Undergraduate Researcher
Rubin Zou
Undergraduate Researcher
Qing Wang
Undergraduate Researcher