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and (c) by enabling internationally competitive, data-intensive research and experimentation
 
and (c) by enabling internationally competitive, data-intensive research and experimentation
 
on a scale that would be difficult to sustain on commodity computing resources.
 
on a scale that would be difficult to sustain on commodity computing resources.
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Between 2017 and 2020, NLPL is supported by the Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration
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(NeIC) and the national e-Infrastructure providers in Finland (CSC) and Norway (Sigma2).

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Background

The Nordic Language Processing Laboratory (NLPL) is a collaboration of academic research groups in Natural Language Processing (NLP) in Northern Europe. Our vision is to implement a virtual laboratory for large-scale NLP research by (a) piloting innovative ways to share high-performance computing and data resources across country borders, (b) by pooling competencies within the user community and among expert support teams, and (c) by enabling internationally competitive, data-intensive research and experimentation on a scale that would be difficult to sustain on commodity computing resources.

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Partners

Between 2017 and 2020, NLPL is supported by the Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration (NeIC) and the national e-Infrastructure providers in Finland (CSC) and Norway (Sigma2).

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