Subject: Subject Sylbus: Natural Language Processing - 097215 (Current)

Natural Language Processing - 097215
Credit
Points
3.0
 
Given In
Semester
a
 
  Lecture Exercise Laboratory Project or
Seminar
House
Work
Weekly
Hours
2 1   1 3

Determination of the grade according to progress during the semester and the submission of the final thesis


Prerequisites: Data Analysis 046193
or Learning and Planing in Dynamic Programming 046194
or Machine Learning 046195
or Machine Learning 1 096411
or Deep Learning 097200
or Machine Learning 2 097209
or Introduction to Machine Learning 236756
 
Overlapping Courses: Introduction to Natural Language Processing 236299


The Course Covers Algorithms for the Understanding of Texts Written in Human Language. Among the Covered Topics Are: Tagging Tasks (Part of Speech and Named Entity), Syntactic Parsing and Lexical Algorithms for Structured at the End of the Course the Student Will Know:
1. to Formulate the Various Tasks An Algorithm Should Solve in Order to Gain Understanding of a Text.
2. to Design and Implement in Software Algorithms for Markovian Language Models.
3. to Design and Implement in Software Algorithms for Sequential Tagging Tasks Such as Part of Speech (Pos) Tagging and Named Entity Recognition (Ner). Structures (Such as Trees) in Order to Solve Problems Such as Statistical Syntactic Parsing (Dependency as Well as Phrase Structure Parsing).
5. to Design and Implement Algorithms That Learn the Semantics of Words, Phrases and Sentences in the Vector Space Modeling Framework.
6. to Design and Implement Dynamic Programming Algorithms, Algorithms for Inference in Graphical Models and Parameter Estimation Algorithms


Timetable to semester 02/2020 2020/2021 Spring Semester
RoomBuildingHourdayLecturerExercise
Lecture
no.Registering
Group
151בלומפילד14:30-16:30TuesdayAssociate Professor Reichart RoiLecture1011
     Project11
151בלומפילד13:30-14:30TuesdayMr. בן דוד איילExercise11


Textbooks
PublishedPublisherAuthorsBook
2008prentice halldaniel jurafsky and james martinspeech and language processing, 2nd edition
1999the mit presschris manning and hinrich schutzefoundations of statistical natural language proces

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