Simple programming expertise is an essential part of many forms of data collection and analysis for modern linguists and related language professionals. Programming for Linguists: JavaTM Technology for Language Researchers is a practical introduction to programming using the JavaTM programming language, a full-powered language with complete graphics capability that can be run on any computer. Programming for Linguists includes over one hundred carefully constructed sample programs that introduce new concepts simply but also accomplish tasks necessary for anyone who works with language as data. Many of these programs can be used immediately, with minimal or no modification. The text is accompanied by exercises, and all of the programs are available at http://www. u. arizona. edu/~hammond.
|Publication date:||12th April 2002|
|Publisher:||Blackwell Publishers an imprint of John Wiley and Sons Ltd|
|Categories:||Web programming, Computational linguistics,|
Michael Hammond is Professor of Linguistics at the University of Arizona. He is the author of numerous books and articles on phonology, morphology, psychophonology, and computational linguistics including Phonology of English (1999), Constraining Metrical Theory (1988), and a forthcoming book on programming in Perl for linguists (Blackwell 2002).More About Michael Hammond