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: 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.

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

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 Secret Of Our Success

Author: Joseph Henrich
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400873290
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The Secret Of Our Success from the Author: Joseph Henrich. Humans are a puzzling species. On the one hand, we struggle to survive on our own in the wild, often failing to overcome even basic challenges, like obtaining food, building shelters, or avoiding predators. On the other hand, human groups have produced ingenious technologies, sophisticated languages, and complex institutions that have permitted us to successfully expand into a vast range of diverse environments. What has enabled us to dominate the globe, more than any other species, while remaining virtually helpless as lone individuals? This book shows that the secret of our success lies not in our innate intelligence, but in our collective brains—on the ability of human groups to socially interconnect and learn from one another over generations. Drawing insights from lost European explorers, clever chimpanzees, mobile hunter-gatherers, neuroscientific findings, ancient bones, and the human genome, Joseph Henrich demonstrates how our collective brains have propelled our species' genetic evolution and shaped our biology. Our early capacities for learning from others produced many cultural innovations, such as fire, cooking, water containers, plant knowledge, and projectile weapons, which in turn drove the expansion of our brains and altered our physiology, anatomy, and psychology in crucial ways. Later on, some collective brains generated and recombined powerful concepts, such as the lever, wheel, screw, and writing, while also creating the institutions that continue to alter our motivations and perceptions. Henrich shows how our genetics and biology are inextricably interwoven with cultural evolution, and how culture-gene interactions launched our species on an extraordinary evolutionary trajectory. Tracking clues from our ancient past to the present, The Secret of Our Success explores how the evolution of both our cultural and social natures produce a collective intelligence that explains both our species' immense success and the origins of human uniqueness.