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Handbook of Natural Language Processing, Second Edition

Handbook of Natural Language Processing, Second Edition by Nitin Indurkhya
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Classical Approaches to Natural Language Processing, Robert Dale

Text Preprocessing, David D. Palmer

Lexical Analysis, Andrew Hippisley

Syntactic Parsing, Peter Ljunglöf and Mats Wirén

Semantic Analysis, Cliff Goddard and Andrea C. Schalley

Natural Language Generation, David D. McDonald

Corpus Creation, Richard Xiao

Treebank Annotation, Eva Hajičová, Anne Abeillé, Jan Hajič, Jiři Mirovský, and Zdeňka Urešová

Fundamental Statistical Techniques, Tong Zhang

Part-of-Speech Tagging, Tunga Güngör

Statistical Parsing, Joakim Nivre

Multiword Expressions, Timothy Baldwin and Su Nam Kim

Normalized Web Distance and Word Similarity, Paul M.B. Vitányi and Rudi L. Cilibrasi

Word-Sense Disambiguation, David Yarowsky

An Overview of Modern Speech Recognition, Xuedong Huang and Li Deng

Alignment, Dekai Wu

Statistical Machine Translation, Abraham Ittycheriah

Chinese Machine Translation, Pascale Fung

Information Retrieval, Jacques Savoy and Eric Gaussier

Question Answering, Diego Mollá-Aliod and José-Luis Vicedo

Information Extraction, Jerry R. Hobbs and Ellen Riloff

Report Generation, Leo Wanner

Emerging Applications of Natural Language Generation in Information Visualization, Education, and Healthcare, Barbara Di Eugenio and Nancy L. Green

Ontology Construction, Philipp Cimiano, Johanna Völker, and Paul Buitelaar

BioNLP: Biomedical Text Mining, K. Bretonnel Cohen

Sentiment Analysis and Subjectivity, Bing Liu


CRC Press; February 2010
704 pages; ISBN 9781420085938
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Title: Handbook of Natural Language Processing, Second Edition
Author: Nitin Indurkhya; Fred J. Damerau
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