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Language Engineering

Language Engineering (Hardback)

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The data processed by information processing systems more and more often relate to textual support. This makes language engineering an essential feature in processing these data. This book aims to give a progress report on the current state of this field, specifying both its advantages and limitations. It is structured in three major parts. First, an overview is given of the main tools and formalisms for automated language processing at lexical, syntactic and semantic levels. Next, coverage is given to the current tools of definition and management of essential linguistic resources in many projects of language engineering. Finally, the principal applications are detailed: terminology construction, indexing, semantic filtering and search for textual information, automatic abstract, automated translation, automatic text comprehension and generation, and finally man-machine dialogue.

Computing & ITComputer scienceAudio processingLanguages with Grant & CutlerLinguisticsComputational linguistics Publisher: ISTE Ltd Publication Date: 10/01/2008 ISBN-13: 9781847040121  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Jean-Marie Pierrel, Professor at the Henri Poincare University of Nancy, is a researcher in computational linguistics. He has published more than one hundred journal and conference papers in the fields of language understanding and computerized linguistic resources for automated language processing. Head of the "Language and Dialogue" research team during 15 years, and head of the Computer Science Laboratory of Nancy University in 1994-1997, Jean-Marie Pierrel is actually head of the linguistic laboratory of Nancy ATILF (Computer Processing and Analysis of the French Language), a joint research unit of CNRS and Nancy University.

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