Martin Kay is a computer scientist known especially for his work in computational linguistics. He was responsible for introducing the notion of chart parsing in computational linguistics, and the notion of unification in linguistics generally. With Ron Kaplan, he pioneered finite-state morphology. He has been a longtime contributor to, and critic of, work on machine translation. Permanent chairman of the International Committee on Computational Linguistics, Kay was a Research Fellow at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center until 2002. Gothenburg University has made him an honorary Filosofi Doktor.
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