Human Language Technologies

Author: Arvi Tavast
Publisher: IOS Press
ISBN: 1614991324
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Human Language Technologies from the Author: Arvi Tavast. Human language technologies continue to play an important part in the modern informationsociety. This book contains papers presented at the fifth international conference HumanLanguage Technologies - The Baltic Perspective Baltic HLT 2012, held in Tartu, Estonia, in October 2012.This book will be of interest to all those whose work involves the use and application of computationallinguistics and related disciplines.pIOS Press is an international science, technical and medical publisher of high-quality books for academics, scientists, and professionals in all fields. pSome of the areas we publish

Human Language Technologies The Baltic Perspective

Author: I. Skadiņa
Publisher: IOS Press
ISBN: 1614997012
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Human Language Technologies The Baltic Perspective from the Author: I. Skadiņa. Throughout the last decade, the Baltic states have played an active role in regional and international language technology activities, supporting less-resourced languages in the digital age. This book presents the proceedings of the 7th International Conference: Human Language Technologies – The Baltic Perspective (Baltic HLT 2016), held in Riga, Latvia, in October 2016. Baltic HLT 2016 provided a forum for sharing ideas and recent advances in human language processing with a special focus on less-resourced languages. Papers selected for the conference cover a wide range of topics, including a general overview of language technology progress in the Baltic states, actual research topics in written and spoken language processing, the creation of language resources and their applications, and proposals for a European language platform. The book is divided into five sections: overview; speech technologies and corpora; machine translation; written language resources; and methods and tools for language processing. The book will be a useful resource, not only for Baltic language researchers, but also for those working with other less-resourced languages in Europe and beyond.

Human Language Technologies The Baltic Perspective

Author: Inguna Skadina
Publisher: IOS Press
ISBN: 1607506408
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Human Language Technologies The Baltic Perspective from the Author: Inguna Skadina. Proceedings of the Fourth International Confe. This book contains papers from the Fourth International Conference on Human Language Technologies the Baltic Perspective Baltic HLT 2010, held in Riga in October 2010. This conference is the latest in a series which provides a forum for sharing recent

Human Language Technologies The Baltic Perspective

Author: A. Utka
Publisher: IOS Press
ISBN: 1614994420
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Human Language Technologies The Baltic Perspective from the Author: A. Utka. In the modern information society, there is an ever-growing need for improved natural language processing and human language technologies.This book presents the proceedings of the Sixth International Conference 'Human Language Technologies – The Baltic Perspective' (Baltic HLT 2014) held in Kaunas, Lithuania in September 2014. The Baltic HLT conferences provide an important forum for gathering and consolidating ideas, and are an opportunity for the Baltic countries to present important research results to an international audience. The book contains 39 long and short papers presented at the conference. These cover a wide range of topics: syntactic analysis, sentiment analysis, co-reference resolution, authorship attribution, information extraction, document clustering, machine translation, corpus and parallel corpus compiling, speech recognition, synthesis and others. The book is divided into three main sections: speech technology, methods in computational linguistics, and preparation of language resources. This book will be of interest to anyone whose work involves the use and application of computational linguistics and related disciplines.

Learning Machine Translation

Author: Cyril Goutte
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262072971
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Learning Machine Translation from the Author: Cyril Goutte. How Machine Learning can improve machine translation: enabling technologies and new statistical techniques.

The Risen Phoenix

Author: Luis-Alejandro Dinnella-Borrego
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
ISBN: 0813938732
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The Risen Phoenix from the Author: Luis-Alejandro Dinnella-Borrego. The Risen Phoenix charts the changing landscape of black politics and political culture in the postwar South by focusing on the careers of six black congressmen who served between the Civil War and the turn of the nineteenth century: John Mercer Langston of Virginia, James Thomas Rapier of Alabama, Robert Smalls of South Carolina, John Roy Lynch of Mississippi, Josiah Thomas Walls of Florida, and George Henry White of North Carolina. Drawing on a rich combination of traditional political history, gender and black history, and the history of U.S. foreign relations, the book argues that African American congressmen effectively served their constituents’ interests while also navigating their way through a tumultuous post–Civil War Southern political environment. Black congressmen represented their constituents by advancing a policy agenda encompassing strong civil rights protections, economic modernization, and expanded access to education. Local developments such as antiblack aggression and violent electoral contests shaped the policies supported by newly elected black congressmen, including the tactical decision to support amnesty for ex-Confederates. Yet black congressmen ultimately embraced their role as national leaders and as spokesmen not only for their congressional districts and states but for all African Americans throughout the South. As these black leaders searched for effective ways to respond to white supremacy, disenfranchisement, segregation, and lynching, they challenged the barriers of prejudice, paving the way for future black struggles for equality in the twentieth century.

Paper Sweets

Author: Papermade
Publisher: powerHouse Books
ISBN: 9781576878484
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Paper Sweets from the Author: Papermade. Paper Sweets: Punch out, Fold up and Yum! Paper Sweets--the 12th in the PaperMade series--will be an instant social media sensation. All 20 pages have unique designs that are pre-cut, scored and deliciously illustrated with yummy sweets. Each delicacy punches out and folds up into a 3D shape with easy-to-follow instructions right on the page. Paper Sweets combines paper craft with advanced paper engineering so no glue, tape or tools are needed! Paper Sweets are fat-free and totally addicting. People ages 7 to 101 will love making Paper Sweets and sharing their photos and videos of them everywhere. Paper Sweets includes: Milk & Cookies A Doughnut Macaroons Assorted Candies And a heart-shaped box of chocolates