Automatic Documentation and Mathematical Linguistics is a refereed journal that covers all aspects of automation of information processes and systems, as well as algorithms and methods for automatic language analysis. Emphasis is on the practical applications of new technologies and techniques for information analysis and processing.
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Ruggero S. Gilyarevskii, Professor, Dr. Sci. (Philol.), Head, Dept. of Theoretical and Applied Problems of Informatics, All-Russia Institute of Scientific and Technical Information (VINITI), Moscow, Russia
N. P. Zhukova, Researcher, VINITI, Moscow, Russia
O.M. Anshakov, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia; E.M. Beniaminov, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia; R.M. Frumkina, Institute of Linguistics, Moscow, Russia; T. Gergely, Applied Logic Laboratory, Budapest, Hungary; A.A. Grusho, Federal Research Centre “Informatics and Control”, Moscow, Russia; A.P. Kovalenko, Moscow New Technology Institute, Moscow, Russia; D.G. Lakhuti, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia; G.S. Osipov, Federal Research Centre “Informatics and Control ”, Moscow, Russia; E.V. Paducheva, VINITI, Moscow, Russia; V.E. Pavlovskii, Institute of Applied Mathematics, Moscow, Russia; K.V. Rudakov, Federal Research Centre “Informatics and Control”, Moscow, Russia; V.A. Uspenskii, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia; V.N. Vagin, Moscow Energy Institute, Moscow, Russia; D.V. Vinogradov, Federal Research Centre “Informatics and Control”, Moscow, Russia.
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2016, Volume 50 (6 issues)
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