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Computing Natural Language by A. Aliseda, R. van Glabbeek, D. Westerstahl

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Computing Natural Language
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Publisher: CSLI
ISBN/ASIN: 1575861003
ISBN-13: 9781575861005
Number of pages: 168

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This book pursues the recent upsurge of research in the interface of logic, language and computation, with applications to artificial intelligence and machine learning. It contains a variety of contributions to the logical and computational analysis of natural language. A wide range of logical and computational tools are employed and applied to such varied areas as context-dependency, linguistic discourse, and formal grammar.

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