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This is an archived syllabus from 2015-2016

COMP34411 2015-2016 syllabus

Course leader: Allan Ramsay

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Timetable
SemesterEventLocationDayTimeGroup
Sem 1 Lecture 1.5 Wed 10:00 - 11:00 -
Sem 1 Lecture 1.4 Fri 13:00 - 14:00 -
Themes to which this unit belongs
  • Natural Language, Representation and Reasoning

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Learning outcomes

Programme outcomeUnit learning outcomesAssessment
A2 A5 B1Understand how to build practical NLP systems for a number of domains.
  • Individual coursework
  • Examination
A2 B3Understand how the nature of an NLP task affects the problems in building an appropriate system.
  • Individual coursework
  • Examination
B3Be able to make an informed decision, given a previously unseen practical problem, as to which NLP techniques are likely to be worthwhile.
  • Individual coursework
  • Examination
A2 A5 B3 C4 D4Evaluate the performance of NLP systems.
  • Examination
  • Individual coursework

Reading list

TitleAuthorISBNPublisherYearCore
Speech and language processing: an introduction to natural language processing, computational linguistics, and speech recognition (2nd edition)Jurafsky, Daniel and James H. Martin9780135041963Pearson International2009
Natural Language Processing with Python: analyzing text with the Natural Language ToolkitBird, Stephen and Ewan Klein and Edward Loper9780596516499O'Reilly2009