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Prolog and Natural-Language Analysis

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Prolog and Natural-Language Analysis
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Publisher: Center for the Study of Language
ISBN/ASIN: 0937073172
ISBN-13: 9780937073179
Number of pages: 204

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This book provides, in one volume, one of the best introductions to prolog programming and one of the best introductions to natural language processing. It is virtually unique in that it shows how to interface a natural language interface to a theorem prover. This book was far ahead of its time when it was published, and it is still far ahead of most of the books written today on NLP.

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