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NLP
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Definitions

  1. NLP was the brainchild of Richard Bandler, a mathematician and John Grinder, a linguist.
  2. NLP is a branch of cognitive psychology which was developed in the USA in the 1970's.
  3. NLP was pioneered by John Grinder and Richard Bandler, and arose out of the study of how language, verbal and non-verbal, can affect the nervous system.
  4. NLP is also heavily influenced by the work of Gregory Bateson and Noam Chomsky.
  5. NLP is all about producing results and often very quickly.

Humans

  1. Natural language processing (NLP): Systems that analyze, understand, and generate languages that humans use naturally.

Revised

  1. He said that NLP had been revised." (p.140)[1] The NLP developers, Robert Dilts et al.

Green Party

  1. The NLP also made a brief grab for control of the Green Party, but that effort quickly fizzled.

Sample Mean

  1. The simplicity of the example makes it easy to compare the results of different methods in NLP with the usual estimator, the sample mean.

Method

  1. In one aspect, a method to generate at least one new set of concepts to be used to perform natural language processing (NLP) on data is disclosed.

Data Sources

  1. Natural language processing (NLP) is applied to data sources to process human language for meaning (semantics) and structure (syntax).

Semantic Web

  1. Sharing his view on the similarities, Peter suggests the best way to get to semantic search is a blended approach using both NLP and semantic web.

Source Projects

  1. OpenNLP, center for NLP open source projects, including MaxEnt.

World

  1. Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) studies the structure of how humans think and experience the world.

Years

  1. Negative report on machine translation kills much work in Natural language processing (NLP) for many years.
  2. Along with the Libertarian Party, the NLP was been steadily gaining votes over the past few years (although they lost some ground in the 2000 elections).

John Grinder

  1. DeLozier is best known for her years of work in the 1980s with the co-founder of NLP, John Grinder, and their book Turtles All The Way Down.
  2. The New Code of NLP has been further developed by John Grinder and Carmen Bostic St Clair who founded, Quantum Leap Inc.; a cultural change consultancy firm.
  3. Judith DeLozier and John Grinder (1987) define NLP as "an accelerated learning strategy for the detection and utilization of patterns in the world".

Research

  1. Natural language processing (NLP) has been a major area of research in AI ever since the early 1960s.

Linguistic Analysis

  1. Linguistic analysis, including Grammar Induction and other aspects of Natural Language Processing (NLP) such as word sense disambiguation.

Field

  1. IIIT hyderabad is a pioneer institute in the field of NLP, a lot of projects are running at the time.

Expert Systems

  1. As a result, omits topics like NLP, expert systems, vision, and robotics.

Artificial Intelligence

  1. The workshop aims to bring together researchers from the diverse fields of NLP, machine learning, artificial intelligence, (psycho)linguistics, etc.

Co-Founders

  1. The co-founders of NLP were Richard Bandler (mathematician) and John Grinder (linguist).

Computational Linguistics

  1. NLP has significant overlap with the field of computational linguistics, and is often considered a sub-field of artificial intelligence.
  2. This talk introduces statistical natural language processing (NLP), an exciting field that marries machine learning to computational linguistics.

Natural Language Processing

  1. Natural language processing (NLP) is a subfield of artificial intelligence and linguistics.
  2. Natural Language Processing(NLP) - Processing and (perhaps) understanding human ("natural") language.
  3. Natural Language Processing (NLP) is both a modern computational technology and a method of investigating and evaluating claims about human language itself.

Nlp

  1. Natural language processing (NLP) is a subfield of artificial intelligence and computational linguistics.
  2. After breaking with John Grinder, DeLozier continued to work in the field of NLP. She became an associate member of the NLP University.
  3. Erickson was modeled (see Milton model) by Richard Bandler and John Grinder, the co-founders of Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP).

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  1. Information Technology > Computer Science > Computational Linguistics > Natural Language Processing
  2. Information > Information Technology > Computer Science > Computational Linguistics
  3. Co-Founders
  4. Erickson
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