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- Morgan & Claypool Publishers 2015; US$ 60.00
Artificial Intelligence federates numerous scientific fields in the aim of developing machines able to assist human operators performing complex treatments---most of which demand high cognitive skills (e.g. learning or decision processes). Central to this quest is to give machines the ability to estimate the likeness or similarity between things in... more...
- De Gruyter 2015; US$ 139.95
Peer reviewed articles from the Natural Language Processing and Cognitive Science (NLPCS) 2014 meeting in October 2014 workshop.The meeting fosters interactions among researchers and practitioners in NLP by taking a Cognitive Science perspective. Articles cover topics such as artificial intelligence, computational linguistics, psycholinguistics,... more...
- Springer International Publishing 2015; US$ 129.00
This volume examines the concept of falsification as a central notion of semantic theories and its effects on logical laws. The point of departure is the general constructivist line of argument that Michael Dummett has offered over the last decades. From there, the author examines the ways in which falsifications can enter into a constructivist semantics,... more...
- Packt Publishing 2014; US$ 26.99
This book is for experienced Java developers with NLP needs, whether academics, industrialists, or hobbyists. A basic knowledge of NLP terminology will be beneficial. more...
- Springer New York 2014; US$ 54.99
"Ultra Low Bit-Rate Speech Coding" focuses on the specialized topic of speech coding at very low bit-rates of 1 Kbits/sec and less, particularly at the lower ends of this range, down to 100 bps. The authors set forth the fundamental results and trends that form the basis for such ultra low bit-rates to be viable and provide a comprehensive overview... more...
- O'Reilly Media 2014; US$ 25.99
Learn how to apply test-driven development (TDD) to machine-learning algorithms?and catch mistakes that could sink your analysis. In this practical guide, author Matthew Kirk takes you through the principles of TDD and machine learning, and shows you how to apply TDD to several machine-learning algorithms, including Naive Bayesian classifiers and... more...
- Springer International Publishing 2014; US$ 109.00
?This book is an excellent introduction to multiword expressions. It provides a unique, comprehensive and up-to-date overview of this exciting topic in computational linguistics. The first part describes the diversity and richness of multiword expressions, including many examples in several languages. These constructions are not only complex and arbitrary,... more...
- Packt Publishing 2014; US$ 26.99
This book is intended for Python programmers interested in learning how to do natural language processing. Maybe you?ve learned the limits of regular expressions the hard way, or you?ve realized that human language cannot be deterministically parsed like a computer language. Perhaps you have more text than you know what to do with, and need automated... more...
- Springer International Publishing 2014; US$ 54.99
The book focuses on the part of the audio conversation not related to language such as speaking rate (in terms of number of syllables per unit time) and emotion centric features. This text examines using non-linguistics features to infer information from phone calls to call centers. The author analyzes "how" the conversation happens and not "what"... more...