Natural Language Processing
This course focuses on computational applications involving the processing of written or spoken human languages. Content may vary from year to year. Theoretical subtopics will likely include word statistics, formal and natural language grammars, computational linguistics, hidden Markov models, and various machine learning methods. Applications covered will likely include information retrieval, information extraction, text categorization, question answering, summarization, machine translation and speechr ecognition. Course work includes programming projects and tests.
3 credits. Prerequisite: ECE 264
Course Code: ECE 467