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From Eugene Onegin to a Maori grammar checker: a survey of statistical natural language processing, I

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Kevin Scannell, SLU

  • Computer Science Seminar
When Tue, Oct 28, 2003
from 04:10 PM to 05:00 PM
Where RH 316
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Abstract: I will discuss (1) The main goals of natural language processing; (2) Hidden Markov models: what they are, how they help, and how they are implemented; (3) Techniques for building and exploiting large text corpora, both monolingual and multilingual. I won't assume any knowledge of computer science, statistics, or linguistics.

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