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Information in today's advancing world is rapidly expanding and becoming widely available. This eruption of data has made handling it a daunting and time-consuming task. Natural language processing (NLP) is a method that applies linguistics and algorithms to large amounts of this data to make it more valuable. NLP improves the interaction between humans and computers, yet there remains a lack of research that focuses on the practical implementations of this trending approach. Neural Networks for Natural Language Processing is a collection of innovative research on the methods and applications of linguistic information processing and its computational properties. This publication will support readers with performing sentence classification and language generation using neural networks, apply deep learning models to solve machine translation and conversation problems, and apply deep structured semantic models on information retrieval and natural language applications. While highlighting topics including deep learning, query entity recognition, and information retrieval, this book is ideally designed for research and development professionals, IT specialists, industrialists, technology developers, data analysts, data scientists, academics, researchers, and students seeking current research on the fundamental concepts and techniques of natural language processing.
As technology continues to become more sophisticated, a computer's ability to understand, interpret, and manipulate natural language is also accelerating. Persistent research in the field of natural language processing enables an understanding of the world around us, in addition to opportunities for manmade computing to mirror natural language processes that have existed for centuries. Natural Language Processing: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications is a vital reference source on the latest concepts, processes, and techniques for communication between computers and humans. Highlighting a range of topics such as machine learning, computational linguistics, and semantic analysis, this multi-volume book is ideally designed for computer engineers, computer and software developers, IT professionals, academicians, researchers, and upper-level students seeking current research on the latest trends in the field of natural language processing.
Natural Language Processing covers all aspects of the area of linguistic analysis and the computational systems that have been developed to perform the language analysis. The book is primarily meant for post graduate and undergraduate technical courses. The book broadly deals with: The basic area of natural language processing, its significance and applications, its history, role of knowledge in language processing, practical language processing systems.Various techniques for performing syntactic analysis; phonological analysis, morphological analysis, word level analysis and other related topics; the concept of ambiguity and techniques to resolve ambiguities in language processing.Techniques used for understanding the meaning of sentences.The grammatical formalisms that are developed to accommodate word meaning and collective sentence meaning. Elementary and advanced parsing techniques.Augmented and feature grammars.The advanced grammar formalisms used for capturing meaning of sentences.Use of knowledge in language processing.Knowledge representation techniques.First order predicate calculus and different inference mechanisms that are used to draw conclusions from sentences.Concept of anaphora, pragmatic and discourse understanding theories.Various issues of Natural Language generation.It provides elaborate examples and gives much emphasis to the computational systems related to different aspects of Natural Language Processing. The book will be useful for the B.Tech. and M.Tech. students.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries, ICADL 2019, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in November 2019.The 13 full, 13 short, and 5 poster papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 54 submissions. The papers were organized in topical sections named: text classification; altmetrics; scholarly data analysis and recommendation; metadata and entities; digital libraries and digital archives management; multimedia processing; search engines; information extraction; and posters.
Humans do a great job of reading text, identifying key ideas, summarizing, making connections, and other tasks that require comprehension and context. Recent advances in deep learning make it possible for computer systems to achieve similar results. Deep Learning for Natural Language Processing teaches you to apply deep learning methods to natural language processing (NLP) to interpret and use text effectively. In this insightful book, NLP expert Stephan Raaijmakers distills his extensive knowledge of the latest state-of-the-art developments in this rapidly emerging field. Key features An overview of NLP and deep learning * Models for textual similarity * Deep memory-based NLP * Semantic role labeling * Sequential NLP Audience For those with intermediate Python skills and general knowledge of NLP. No hands-on experience with Keras or deep learning toolkits is required. About the technology Natural language processing is the science of teaching computers to interpret and process human language. Recently, NLP technology has leapfrogged to exciting new levels with the application of deep learning, a form of neural network-based machine learning Stephan Raaijmakers is a senior scientist at TNO and holds a PhD in machine learning and text analytics. He's the technical coordinator of two large European Union-funded research security-related projects. He's currently anticipating an endowed professorship in deep learning and NLP at a major Dutch university.
This book constitutes the proceedings of the 18th China National Conference on Computational Linguistics, CCL 2019, held in Kunming, China, in October 2019. The 56 full papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 134 submissions. They were organized in topical sections named: linguistics and cognitive science, fundamental theory and methods of computational linguistics, information retrieval and question answering, text classification and summarization, knowledge graph and information extraction, machine translation and multilingual information processing, minority language processing, language resource and evaluation, social computing and sentiment analysis, NLP applications.
This book constitutes revised selected papers from the 7th International Conference on Arabic Language Processing, ICALP 2019, held in Nancy, France, in October 2019. The 21 full papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 38 submissions. They were organized in topical sections named: Arabic dialects and sentiment analysis; neural techniques for text and speech; modeling modern standard Arabic; resources: analysis, disambiguation and evaluation.
This book presents four approaches to jointly training bidirectional neural machine translation (NMT) models. First, in order to improve the accuracy of the attention mechanism, it proposes an agreement-based joint training approach to help the two complementary models agree on word alignment matrices for the same training data. Second, it presents a semi-supervised approach that uses an autoencoder to reconstruct monolingual corpora, so as to incorporate these corpora into neural machine translation. It then introduces a joint training algorithm for pivot-based neural machine translation, which can be used to mitigate the data scarcity problem. Lastly it describes an end-to-end bidirectional NMT model to connect the source-to-target and target-to-source translation models, allowing the interaction of parameters between these two directional models.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the CLEF Association, CLEF 2019, held in Lugano, Switzerland, in September 2019.The conference has a clear focus on experimental information retrieval with special attention to the challenges of multimodality, multilinguality, and interactive search ranging from unstructured to semi structures and structured data. The 7 full papers and 8 short papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 30 submissions. This year, many contributions tackle the social networks with the detection of stances or early identification of depression signs on Twitter in a cross-lingual context. Further this volume presents 7 best of the labs papers which were reviewed as a full paper submission with the same review criteria. The labs represented scientific challenges based on new data sets and real world problems in multimodal and multilingual information access. In addition to this, 9 benchmarking labs reported results of their yearlong activities in overview talks and lab sessions.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Applications of Natural Language to Information Systems, NLDB 2019, held in Salford, UK, in June 2019. The 21 full papers and 16 short papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 75 submissions. The papers are organized in the following topical sections: argumentation mining and applications; deep learning, neural languages and NLP; social media and web analytics; question answering; corpus analysis; semantic web, open linked data, and ontologies; natural language in conceptual modeling; natural language and ubiquitous computing; and big data and business intelligence.
Gain the knowledge of various deep neural network architectures and their application areas to conquer your NLP issues. Key Features Gain insights into the basic building blocks of natural language processing Learn how to select the best deep neural network to solve your NLP problems Explore convolutional and recurrent neural networks and long short-term memory networks Book DescriptionApplying deep learning approaches to various NLP tasks can take your computational algorithms to a completely new level in terms of speed and accuracy. Deep Learning for Natural Language Processing starts off by highlighting the basic building blocks of the natural language processing domain. The book goes on to introduce the problems that you can solve using state-of-the-art neural network models. After this, delving into the various neural network architectures and their specific areas of application will help you to understand how to select the best model to suit your needs. As you advance through this deep learning book, you'll study convolutional, recurrent, and recursive neural networks, in addition to covering long short-term memory networks (LSTM). Understanding these networks will help you to implement their models using Keras. In the later chapters, you will be able to develop a trigger word detection application using NLP techniques such as attention model and beam search. By the end of this book, you will not only have sound knowledge of natural language processing but also be able to select the best text pre-processing and neural network models to solve a number of NLP issues. What you will learn Understand various pre-processing techniques for deep learning problems Build a vector representation of text using word2vec and GloVe Create a named entity recognizer and parts-of-speech tagger with Apache OpenNLP Build a machine translation model in Keras Develop a text generation application using LSTM Build a trigger word detection application using an attention model Who this book is forIf you're an aspiring data scientist looking for an introduction to deep learning in the NLP domain, this is just the book for you. Strong working knowledge of Python, linear algebra, and machine learning is a must.
The majority of natural language processing (NLP) is English language processing, and while there is good language technology support for (standard varieties of) English, support for Albanian, Burmese, or Cebuano-and most other languages-remains limited.Being able to bridge this digital divide is important for scientific and democratic reasons but also represents an enormous growth potential. A key challenge for this to happen is learning to align basic meaning-bearing units of different languages. In this book, the authors survey and discuss recent and historical work on supervised and unsupervised learning of such alignments. Specifically, the book focuses on so-called cross-lingual word embeddings. The survey is intended to be systematic, using consistent notation and putting the available methods on comparable form, making it easy to compare wildly different approaches. In so doing, the authors establish previously unreported relations between these methods and are able to present a fast-growing literature in a very compact way. Furthermore, the authors discuss how best to evaluate cross-lingual word embedding methods and survey the resources available for students and researchers interested in this topic.