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You can do feature grammars too. This really is a very good toolkit.
Dec 22, 2011 01:57AM
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Manny
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Discourse processing using DRT, then how to create and maintain a corpus. This book really does have everything.
Dec 27, 2011 09:03AM
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Manny
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How to put semantics into your grammar... but they don't seem as enthusiastic as they were earlier.
Dec 24, 2011 02:47PM
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Manny
Manny is on page 365 of 504
And now, finally, logic! It all used to be done in a different order 20 years ago.
Dec 22, 2011 10:40PM
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Manny
Manny is on page 300 of 504
How to find both parses for "I shot an elephant in my pyjamas" using a context-free grammar.
Dec 20, 2011 11:08AM
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Manny
Manny is on page 280 of 504
Finally, nearly two thirds of the way through the book, we start discussing how to analyze grammatical structure...
Dec 19, 2011 02:41PM
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Manny
Manny is on page 250 of 504
Another witty example, this time to illustrate text classification. They train a Naive Bayes classifier on a corpus of movie reviews, and try to learn indicators for positive/negative reviews. The most informative word is "outstanding" (11-1 positive). The second most informative word is "Seagal" (8-1 negative). All done using real data.
Dec 18, 2011 02:35PM
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Manny
Manny is on page 190 of 504
They explain dynamic programming using an algorithm from a classic Sanskrit text that enumerate the possible meters in a line of verse. Very classy.
Dec 17, 2011 02:33PM
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Manny
Manny is on page 117 of 504
An elegant half-page of code, using the simulated annealing technique, which lets you take an arbitrary sample of running text and guess a near-optimal lexicon which breaks it up into individual words.
Dec 15, 2011 03:44PM
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Manny
Manny is on page 100 of 504
A five-line code snippet that finds all textonyms in the NTK lexicon. What? You mean you don't know what a textonym is?
Dec 12, 2011 04:10PM
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Manny
Manny is on page 60 of 504
First show you how to plot the relative frequencies of modals in romance and news texts (romances use 'could' most, news 'will'), then explain how to load a program from a file. I approve of this!
Dec 10, 2011 02:26PM
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