computational linguist


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Noun1.computational linguist - someone trained in computer science and linguistics who uses computers for natural language processing
computer scientist - a scientist who specializes in the theory of computation and the design of computers
linguist, linguistic scientist - a specialist in linguistics
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She is a computational linguist developing machine learning methods that enable computers to interpret unstructured document content and perform real-world tasks with the promise for significant societal impact.
Regarding the Brooklyn Daily Times, my research assistants and I at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville used a dataset of over 400 editorials from the Times that Douglas Noverr and I are editing for volume three of the Complete Journalism, to compare to contemporary journalism from the New York Herald and the New York Tribune, as well as known editorials by Whitman from the Brooklyn Daily Eagle (where there is ample historical evidence of Whitman as editor) and consulted with Shlomo Argamon, a computational linguist at the Illinois Institute of Technology, to analyze the probability that Whitman authored the editorials in the Times.
The Book of Mormon was never translated into Hopi, but a vocabulary of 486 words written in the Deseret Alphabet survived in the archives of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which was discovered by Beesley, a computational linguist and development architect in text analysis with experience in natural language processing.
Leading computational linguist and scientist at the
It's not always going to be the case that there are closely related languages that one can use," National Geographic News quoted Richard Sproat, an Oregon Health and Science University computational linguist, as saying.
A Certified Knowledge Engineer (as designated by the International Association of Knowledge Engineers), Hermansen is a computational linguist with more than 20 years' experience helping the federal government decode and understand multicultural naming conventions by analyzing their linguistic and computational properties.
Dr Graeme Ritchie, a computational linguist at Edinburgh University, said: "When I've finished the work it will probably be so abstract and abstruse that very few people outside linguists will read it.
One is the Hispanic culture of the area," explains Helmreich, who works as a computational linguist.

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