LING 550 Computational Linguistics (3 credits)

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Offered by: Linguistics (Faculty of Arts)


Linguistics : Hands-on introduction to concepts and methods for the computational study of linguistic data. Topics will be introduced in the context of models or results from experimental linguistics, then further explored in empirical datasets using core methods for speech and language processing. A central focus will be practical skills for computational analysis of language, including an intensive introduction to programming, using text and speech corpora, and core machine learning tools.

Terms: Fall 2016

Instructors: Morgan Sonderegger (Fall)

  • Prerequistie(s): A 300-level course in LING (3 or more credits) or a 300-level course in COMP (3 or more credits), or permission of instructor.