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Philip Resnik, email@example.com, Office hours: Wednesdays, 4pm, AV Williams 3143
Peng Feng, firstname.lastname@example.org, Office hours: Thursday 1-2pm, TA room, first floor AV Williams Bldg.
The final grade in the course will be computed based on
50% for the final exam,
30% for the course project,
15% for the assignments, and
5% for quizzes and class participation.
General statement. This course is an introduction to
computational linguistics. It assumes some basic familiarity with
linguistics concepts and requires the ability to program. We will be
covering traditional foundations of computational linguistics areas
such as finite-state methods, context-free and extended context-free
models of syntax, parsing, and semantic interpretation; basics of more
recent corpus-based and stochastic methods such as n-gram models,
hidden Markov models, probabilistic grammars, and statistical methods
for word sense disambiguation; and some selection of application areas
from among such topics as information retrieval, machine translation,
computational psycholinguistics, and computational lexicography.
Concepts taught in class will be reinforced in practice by hands-on
Philip Resnik Phone: (301) 405-6760
Department of Linguistics Fax: (301) 405-7104
1401 Marie Mount Hall
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742 USA
By far the best way to reach me is by e-mail to
This page last updated January 30, 2002.
The final grade in the course will be computed based on 50% for the final exam, 30% for the course project, 15% for the assignments, and 5% for quizzes and class participation.