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Course descriptions

Programming for Computational Linguistics and Artificial Intelligence
 
Academic year:2006-2007
Course code moduleBLGERM01O33060
Semester:2nd semester
Credits:4
Study load (hours)112
Theory (hours):30,00
Practice/Exercises(hours):
Other (hours):
Part-time program:
Instructor(s)Walter Daelemans
Guy De Pauw
Language of instruction:Dutch
Semester exam information:semester exam in June
Contract restriction information:



1. Prerequisites
*Algemene competenties


*Sequentiality

2. Objectives (expected learning outcomes)
Acquiring skills in the implementation of algorithms from computational linguistics and artificial intelligence. Acquiring skills in the use and understanding of linguistic software. Developing a good programming style.


3. Course content
Introduction to the functional programming language LISP (Common Lisp). Data- and procedure abstraction. Functional, object-oriented and logic programming in LISP. Study of basic algorithms for computational linguistics and artificial intelligence in Common Lisp: morphological analysis, parsing, semantic networks, hierarchical lexicons, production rule systems, neural networks, induction of decision trees, etc.




4. Teaching method
Direct contact:
  • Lectures
  • Exercise sessions


  • 5. Assessment method
    Exam:
  • Practical exam


  • 6. Compulsory reading – study material
    WWW material


    7. Recommended reading - study material
    Paul Graham. ANSI Common Lisp. Prentice Hall, 1995, 432 pages, paperbound. ISBN 0133708756.


    8. Tutoring



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