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Graph-based Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval
By Brand: Cambridge University Press
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ean: 9780521896139, isbn: 0521896134,

4.1 out of 5 stars with 126 reviews
Graph theory and the fields of natural language processing and information retrieval are well-studied disciplines. Traditionally, these areas have been perceived as distinct, with different algorithms, different applications, and different potential end-users. However, recent research has shown that these disciplines are intimately connected, with a large variety of natural language processing and information retrieval applications finding efficient solutions within graph-theoretical


Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Context and Conceptualization
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mpn: 17 b&w figures, 17 tables, bibliography, ean: 9780198236313, isbn: 019823631X,

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So far the development of Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) has been fragmented. This book sets CALL in its historical and interdisciplinary contexts, providing a comprehensive overview of the topic. Drawing on published work and an international survey among CALL practitioners, he looks at the relationship between CALL's theory and application, describes how the computer is conceptualized as both tutor and tool, and discusses the implications for computer programming, language


The Language of Time: A Reader
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mpn: Numerous figures, ean: 9780199268542, isbn: 9780199268542,

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This reader collects and introduces important work in linguistics, computer science, artificial intelligence, and computational linguistics on the use of linguistic devices in natural languages to situate events in time: whether they are past, present, or future; whether they are real or hypothetical; when an event might have occurred, and how long it could have lasted. Clear, self-contained editorial introductions to each area provide the necessary technical background for the non-specialist,


Language, Technology, and Society
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ean: 9780199549382, isbn: 0199549389,

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This book traces the history of language technology from writing - the first technology specifically designed for language - to digital speech and other contemporary language systems. The book describes the social impact of technological developments over five millennia, and addresses topics such as the ways in which literacy has influenced cognitive and scientific development; the social impact of modern speech technology; the influence of various printing technologies; the uses and


The Human Use Of Human Beings: Cybernetics And Society (The Da Capo series in science)
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mpn: black & white illustrations, ean: 9780306803208, isbn: 9780306803208,

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Only a few books stand as landmarks in social and scientific upheaval. Norbert Wiener's classic is one in that small company. Founder of the science of cybernetics—the study of the relationship between computers and the human nervous system—Wiener was widely misunderstood as one who advocated the automation of human life. As this book reveals, his vision was much more complex and interesting. He hoped that machines would release people from relentless and repetitive drudgery in order to


Language and the Internet
By Cambridge University Press
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ean: 9780521868594, isbn: 0521868599,

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In recent years, the Internet has come to dominate our lives. E-mail, instant messaging and chat are rapidly replacing conventional forms of correspondence, and the Web has become the first port of call for both information enquiry and leisure activity. How is this affecting language? There is a widespread view that as 'technospeak' comes to rule, standards will be lost. In this book, David Crystal argues the reverse: that the Internet has encouraged a dramatic expansion in the variety and


Language Processing with Perl and Prolog: Theories, Implementation, and Application (Cognitive Technologies)
By Springer
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mpn: 182 black & white illustrations, 18 colo, ean: 9783642414633, isbn: 364241463X,

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The areas of natural language processing and computational linguistics have continued to grow in recent years, driven by the demand to automatically process text and spoken data. With the processing power and techniques now available, research is scaling up from lab prototypes to real-world, proven applications.This book teaches the principles of natural language processing, first covering practical linguistics issues such as encoding and annotation schemes, defining words, tokens and parts of


Rhetoric and Experience Architecture
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ean: 9781602359604, isbn: 9781602359604,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 87 reviews
Rhetoric is a natural choice for UX work.”—Jakob Nielsen, Nielsen Norman Group, author of Designing Web Usability: The Practice of Simplicity“I really like the definition of experience architecture. As Potts and Salvo write in their introduction, ‘experience architecture requires that we understand ecosystems of activity, rather than simply considering single-task scenarios.’”—Donald Norman, Nielsen Norman Group, author of The Design of Everyday ThingsRhetoric and Experience



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