AM270: Linguistic Models of Syntax and Semantics for Computer Scientists

This course provides an introduction to theoretical linguistics for natural language processing, focusing on morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics and on training students in linguistic description, representation, and argumentation. Students will learn to describe common features underlying natural languages and to manipulate several syntactic and semantic representations. Enrollment is restricted to NLP graduate students and CSE PhD students, or by permission of instructor.

5 Credits

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