computational linguistics


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Noun1.computational linguistics - the use of computers for linguistic research and applications
machine translation, MT - the use of computers to translate from one language to another
linguistics - the scientific study of language
Translations
lingüística computacional
linguistique informatique
računalno jezikoslovlje
linguistica computazionale
lingwistyka komputerowa
računarska lingvisitkaрачунарска лингвистика

computational linguistics

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Prof Omar Usman Marwat, an expert on computational linguistics, told this scribe that the collaboration had already been resulted in preparation of an online dictionary and thesaurus of Pashto; Pashto part of speech taggers; and a Pashto Treebank for grammar checking.
Students in New Jersey's first and only Computational Linguistics master's degree program will receive the interdisciplinary training in computer science and linguistics needed to help machines process human languageand help linguists understand language through computer models.
Wei, "AttSum: Joint Learning of Focusing and Summarization with Neural Attention," in Proceedings of COLING 2016, the 26th International Conference on Computational Linguistics: Technical Papers, Osaka, Japan, 2016, vol.
In her computational linguistics, machine learning annotation, speech recognition, and dialogue design classes, Meteer imparts more than the textbook basics.
Transactions of the Association of Computational Linguistics 1(1): 49-62.
Speech and language processing: an introduction to language natural processing, computational linguistics, and speech recognition.
Association for Computational Linguistics, Stroudsburg, PA, USA (2005)
In that respect, this volume continues the line of Sanskrit Computational Linguistics, edited by Gerard Huet, Amba Kulkarni, and Peter Scharf (Berlin: Springer, 2009).
While Karen Karbiener has made a compelling case in these pages for attributing many or most of these editorials to Whitman, scholars hope to utilize the power of computational linguistics to more assuredly identify Whitman's journalism.
Pietra et al., "The mathematics of statistical machine translation: parameter estimation," Computational linguistics, vol.

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