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Natural Language Processing in Prolog

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Natural Language Processing in Prolog
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Publisher: Addison-Wesley
ISBN/ASIN: 0201180537
ISBN-13: 9780201180534
Number of pages: 519

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The major focus of this book, as of the field to which it provides an introduction, is on the processing of the orthographic forms of natural language utterances and text. Most of the book deals with the parsing and understanding of natural language, much less on the production of it.

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