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Handbook for Language Engineers

There is an overwhelming amount of language data on the Internet that needs to be searched, categorized, or processed—making the role of linguistics in the design of information systems a critical one. This book is a guide for linguists hoping to enter the language-processing field, as it assembles distinguished computational linguists from academia, research centers, and business to discuss how linguists can solve practical problems and improve business efficiency. Covering topics from speech recognition to web language resources, this collection will be of great value to both linguists entering the field and businesses hoping to implement linguistics-based solutions.

300 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2002

Lecture Notes

Computer Science

Language and Linguistics: Formal Logic and Computational Linguistics

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
Ali Farghaly
2. Domain Analysis and Representation
Ali Farghaly and Bruce Hedin
3. The Language of the Internet
Naomi S. Baron
4. Grammar Writing, Testing, and Evaluation
Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King
5. Ontologies
Natalya Noy
6. Text Mining, Corpus Building, and Testing
Karine Megerdoomian
7. Statistical Natural Language Processing
Chris Callison-Burch and Miles Osborne
8. Knowledge Representation for Language Engineering
Matthew Stone
9. Speech Recognition and Understanding
Jan W. Amtrup
10. Language Engineering and the Knowledge Economy
Ali Farghaly

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