Where Humans Meet Machines: Innovative Solutions for Knotty Natural-Language Problems

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Amy Neustein, Judith A. Markowitz
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 22, 2013 - Technology & Engineering - 315 pages
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Editors Amy Neustein and Judith A. Markowitz have recruited a talented group of contributors to introduce the next generation of natural language technologies to resolve some of the most vexing natural-language problems that compromise the performance of speech systems today. This fourteen-chapter anthology consists of contributions from industry scientists and from academicians working at major universities in North America and Europe. They include researchers who have played a central role in DARPA-funded programs and developers who craft real-world solutions for corporations. This anthology is aimed at speech engineers, system developers, computer scientists, AI researchers, and others interested in utilizing natural-language technology in both spoken and text-based applications.
 

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Contents

Part II Advanced NLP Methods and Applications
78
Part III Innovative NLP Tools for Physicians Educators and Translators
210
Editors Biographies
315
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Amy Neustein, Ph.D. is the Founder and CEO of Linguistic Technology Systems.

Judith Markowitz, Ph.D. is the President of J. Markowitz, Consultants.

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