CS 546 - Machine Learning in NLP
|Machine Learning in NLP||CS546||S||48178||LEC||4||1530 - 1645||W F||1310 Digital Computer Laboratory||Julia Constanze Hockenmaier|
Central learning frameworks and techniques that have emerged in the field of natural language processing and found applications in several areas in text and speech processing: from information retrieval and extraction, through speech recognition to syntax, semantics and language understanding related tasks. Examination of the theoretical paradigms -- learning theoretic, probabilistic, and information theoretic -- and the relations among them, as well as the main algorithmic techniques developed within each paradigm and in key natural language applications. Course Information: Prerequisite: CS 446 and CS 473.
Robotics, Vision, and Artificial Intelligence