Natural Language Processing Succinctly
by Joseph D. Booth
Publisher: Syncfusion, Inc. 2018
Number of pages: 93
Author Joseph Booth will guide readers through designing a simple system that can interpret and provide reasonable responses to written English text. With this foundation, readers will be prepared to tackle the greater challenges of natural language development.
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