Python Text Processing with NLTK 2.0 Cookbook
Natural Language Processing is used everywhere - in search engines, spell checkers, mobile phones, computer games - even your washing machine. Python's Natural Language Toolkit (NTLK) suite of libraries has rapidly emerged as one of the most efficient tools for Natural Language Processing. You want to employ nothing less than the best...
Robot Builder's Bonanza, 4th Edition
Which of these fields are involved in robotics? You may choose from the following: engineering,
electronics, psychology, sociology, biology, physics, artificial intelligence, math, art,
mechanical design, mechanical construction, computer programming, sound synthesis, vision,
ultrasonics, linguistics, microelectronics, process control,...
The Routledge Dictionary of Pronunciation for Current English
The Routledge Dictionary of Pronunciation for Current English is the most up-to-date record of the pronunciation of British and American English. Based on research by a joint UK and US team of linguistics experts, this is a unique survey of how English is really spoken in the twenty-first century. This second edition has been fully...
The Handbook of Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing
We started work on this handbook three years ago and, while bringing it to fruition
has involved a great deal of work, we have enjoyed the process. We are grateful
to our colleagues who have contributed chapters to the volume. Its quality is due
to their labor and commitment. We appreciate the considerable time and effort
Natural Language Annotation for Machine Learning
This book is intended as a resource for people who are interested in using computers to
help process natural language. A natural language refers to any language spoken by
humans, either currently (e.g., English, Chinese, Spanish) or in the past (e.g., Latin,
ancient Greek, Sanskrit). Annotation refers to the process...
Representation and Inference for Natural Language: A First Course in Computational Semantics
This book developed out of courses on computational semantics that
the authors jointly taught at the Department of Computational Linguistics, University of the Saarland, Saarbrucken, Germany, in 1995 and
1998, and at ESSLLI'97, the 9th European Summer School in Logic,
Language and Information, Aix-en-Provence, France, in...
An Introduction to the Theory of Formal Languages and Automata In the latter half of the 1950’s, Noam Chomsky began to develop mathematical models for the description of natural languages. Two disciplines originated in his work and have grown to maturity. The first of these is the theory of formal grammars, a branch of mathematics which has proven to be of great interest to information and computer...
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