Aims/Description: This module provides an introduction to the field of computer processing of written natural language, known as Natural Language Processing (NLP). We will cover standard theories, models and algorithms, discuss competing solutions to problems, describe example systems and applications, and highlight areas of open research. Students should be aware that there are limited places available on this course.
Restrictions on availability: This module is only open to students who have taken Text Processing (COM3110/COM4115/COM6115) and Machine Learning and Adaptive Intelligence (COM4509/6509).
Notes: This unit forms part of an accredited degree programme
Information on the department responsible for this unit (Computer Science):
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