NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING
Winter Semester 2016
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
National Institute of Technology Calicut
- As per the direction from Dean, the makup examinations (T1/T2/EndSem) will be conducted on 23-May-2016
- NLP Micahel Collin's question and solutions.
- Final exam is on 07-May-2016 from 8.30 am - 11.30 am at ELHC 401,402,403.
- Make up exam will be held after the final exam on the same day. Only those who have submitted medical certificates will be allowed to write the make up.
- Please verify your NLP mark out of 50. Inform us of any discrepancies as soon as possible.
- The following students and their group members have to come to CSE103 between 9.30am and 10.30am for the NLP project evaluation with their laptops ready:
Mohammed Fahiz N M,
Anand M P,
Nunnaguppala Surya Harsha,
Nitin John Titus,
Guntupalli Chandra Sekhar,
M K Akhila,
- The following students have to be at CSE103 between 10.30am & 11.30am
Akshay K Patil,
Rahul G V S,
S V Charan,
Mahesh Sreekumar Rajasree,
Anoosh C Nayak,
Nikhil V S,
Muhamed Irfan V,
- From 11.30am - 12.30pm - Rest of the groups
- Course project Instructions: project.pdf
- Those who have not yet given the project links can give it here
- Enter your group details for the NLP Course Project here:
- Term 1 exam on 13 Feb 2016 (Saturday) 9.30-10.30 (ELHC 401,402,403)
Name : Ibrahim A
Office : CSE 103C
Email : email@example.com
Phone : 8277397407
Name : Binu Jasim
Office : CSE 103C
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : 9567413327
Introduction to Natural language processing- Language Models – Unigram, Bigram and Trigram
models. Spelling correction, minimum edit distance, noisy channel models. Evaluation of
Naïve Bayes Classification, Maximum entropy classifiers, sentiment analysis. Tagging problem,
maximum entropy markov models, Hidden Markov Models, Viterbi Algorithm.
Parsing problem, context free grammar(CFG) for NLP, probabilistic CFGs .
Word clustering, Introduction to machine translation, text summarization, Information Retrieval.
- Michael Collins Lecture Notes
- 1. Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval – T Siddiqui and U S Tiwary, Oxford University Press, 2008
- 2. Speech and Language Processing – Dan Jurafsky, James Martin, Pearson, 2013. Bishop
- 3. Online courses (coursera) on NLP by Dan Jurafsky, C. Manning and by Chris Collins.
- 1 Course project, ~ 15%
- T1 ~ 15%
- T2 ~ 20%
- Final Exam, ~50%