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Dr Paul Nulty

Research Associate at the Concept Lab


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Research Interests

My research focuses on applications of natural language processing to questions in digital humanities and social science. Specific interests include computational models of semantic relations between entities, and methods for extracting and visualising political concepts and ideological positions from text.

Key Publications

Nulty, Paul. (2017). Semantic Network Analysis of Contested Political Concepts. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Computational Semantics (IWCS).

Benoit, Kenneth et. al. (2017). "quanteda: Quantitative Analysis of Textual Data". R package version: 0.99.12. http://quanteda.io.

Nulty, Paul, Yannis Theocharis, Sebastian Adrian Popa, Olivier Parnet, and Kenneth Benoit. "Social media and political communication in the 2014 elections to the European Parliament." Electoral studies 44 (2016): 429-444.

Nulty, Paul, and Fintan Costello. "General and specific paraphrases of semantic relations between nouns." Natural Language Engineering 19, no. 3 (2013): 357-384.