Public demonstration lecture for the title of docent: Morphological analysis in NLP

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Event time: 
23.02.2016 - 14:15 - 15:15
Lecturer : 
Roman Yangarber
Exactum B119

University researcher Roman Yangarber has applied for the title of docent at the Department and will give a public demonstration lecture on Tuesday 23 February at 2:15 pm at Exactum B119. The title of the lecture is "Morphological analysis in NLP"

Welcome all!


In natural language processing (NLP), most tasks require morphological
analysis.  This means understanding how a word is made up of its components.
For example, we might analyze in English "over+perform+ed", or in Finnish
"talo+ssa+ni+kin".  In this lecture we cover classic methods for handling
morphology: computing how words are made up of "morphs" -- the smallest units
that carry semantic or functional information.

16.02.2016 - 15:27 Pauliina M J Pajunen
16.02.2016 - 15:26 Pauliina M J Pajunen