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Philosophy - Neuroscience - Psychology Program Courses

Introduction to Computational Linguistics

Philosophy-neuroscience-psychology 3171 - Spring 2020

Use of computers to analyze, understand, and generate human language. Emphasis on appreciating practical applications such as text analysis, search and creation of dictionaries and corpora, information retrieval, machine translation, and speech interfaces. Survey of rule-based and statistical techniques. Students acquire programming skills appropriate for solving small- to medium-scale problems in linguistics and text processing, using a language such as Python. Students have regular programming assignments and complete a semester project. No previous knowledge of programming required. Prerequisite: L44 Ling 170D and either L44 Ling 258 or CSE 131.
Course Attributes: EN SAS SSCFA SSCAR SSC

Section 01

Introduction to Computational Linguistics
INSTRUCTOR: Danis
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