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Thu May 15 2003

Books: Computational Ling/Semantics: Mitkov

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  1. natalie.wood, Anaphora Resolution: Mitkov

Message 1: Anaphora Resolution: Mitkov

Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 07:01:02 +0000
From: natalie.wood <>
Subject: Anaphora Resolution: Mitkov

Title: Anaphora Resolution
Series Title: Studies in Language and Linguistics
Publication Year: 2002
Publisher: Pearson Longman
Author: Ruslan Mitkov				

Hardback: ISBN: 0582325056, Pages: 262, Price: GBP 50.99

Teaching computers to solve language problems is one of the major
challenges of natural language processing. A number of different
fields overlap in anaphora resolution - computational linguistics,
natural language processing (NLP), grammar, semantics, pragmatics,
discourse analysis and artificial intelligence. This book begins by
introducing basic notions and terminology, moving onto early research
developments and applications, and future directions.

Lingfield(s): Sociolinguistics
		Computational Linguistics
		Discourse Analysis
Written In: English (Language Code: ENG)

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