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sprobertson · 2017-04-01 · Original thread
Here are some NLP classes:

* Oxford Deep NLP Lectures

* Stanford Natural Language Processing with Deep Learning

* Georgia Tech Natural Language Understanding

* Georgia Tech Deep Learning For NLP in PyTorch

And some books:

* Natural Language Processing with Python

* Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing

xigency · 2015-08-14 · Original thread
I wish I had more ideas for applications using techniques like this, otherwise I would probably spend much more time researching natural language processing.

Instead, I did a simple project on searching using language processing and just read Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing [1], which is not too difficult, and Speech and Language Processing: An Introduction to Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics and Speech Recognition [2], which is a pretty heavy read but a great reference. I was able to find a used copy of the second book for $0.30.

I also put a bit of study into articulatory phonetics and speech recognition as part of a graduate study-abroad, which is an interesting field on its own, but I always wanted to come back to computational linguistics.



sitkack · 2014-04-28 · Original thread
Here is a review [0] by Bob Carpenter of Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing [1].



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