Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing Course

Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing Course

April 12th, 2009  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  11 Comments

I came across this course in Natural Language Processing today while doing some research. It is currently being taught at The University of Edinburgh School of Informatics.

This course is an introduction to data-driven methods applied to natural language processing. The emphasis is on methods, but we will survey applications such as syntactic parsing, text classification, information extraction, tagging, summarization. The final lectures will deal with statistical machine translation.

See the lecture notes here.

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