Sampson, Geoffrey (Richard)
SAMPSON, Geoffrey (Richard)
SAMPSON, Geoffrey (Richard). British, b. 1944. Genres: Information science/Computers, Philosophy, Politics/Government, Language/Linguistics. Career: Queen's College, Oxford, fellow, 1969-72; London School of Economics, lecturer, 1972-74; University of Lancaster, lecturer, 1974-76, reader, 1976-84; University of Leeds, professor of linguistics, 1985-90; University of Sussex, professor in computer science and artificial intelligence, 1990-. Publications: The Form of Language, 1975; Liberty and Language, 1979; Making Sense, 1980; Schools of Linguistics, 1980; An End to Allegiance, 1984; Writing Systems, 1985; (with Garside and Leech) The Computational Analysis of English, 1987; English for the Computer, 1995; Evolutionary Language Understanding, 1996; Educating Eve, 1997; Empirical Linguistics, 2001; Brissac and Its Mediaeval Seigneurs, 2002; e.biz-The Anatomy of Electronic Business, 2003. Address: Dept of Informatics, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QH, England.