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  Oct 18, 2017
 
 
    
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CMPU 366 - Computational Linguistics


1 unit(s)
Addresses the fundamental question at the intersection of human languages and computer science: how can computers acquire, comprehend and produce natural languages such as English? Introduces computational methods for modeling human language, including morphology, syntax, semantics and discourse; corpus-based and statistical methods for language analysis; and natural language applications such as information extraction and retrieval, summarization, and machine translation. Students gain experience with sophisticated systems for linguistic analysis and machine learning.

Prerequisite: CMPU 240  recommended, but not required.

Two 75-minute periods.



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