Course Details

Course Name
Introduction to Computational Linguistics
Course Type
Master Programme
Institution
University of Latvia
Department
Faculty of Humanities
Information
https://www.lu.lv/gribustudet/katalogs/katalogi-anglu-valoda/course-catalog/?user_phpfileexecutor_pi1%5Bcourse_id%5D=2DAT5134
Curriculum
https://luis.lu.lv/pls/pub/kursi.kurss_dati?p_kods=2DAT5134&l=2&p_par=
Status
record actively maintained
Course Language
English
Start Date
2017-06-14
recurring
ECTS
3
Lecturer
Dr. Comp. Sc. Inguna Skadiņa; Dr. Philol. Ilze Auziņa Dr. Philol. Baiba Valkovska
PID
Disciplines: Human Language Technologies, Linguistics and Language Studies
Techniques: Collocation Analysis, Concordancing, Named Entity Recognition, POS-Tagging
Objects: DigitalHumanities, Language, Literature, Metadata, Sound, Tools, Speech, NamedEntities, Research
Access Requirements
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Description
The course is designed for wide range of humanities students. The aim of the course is to introduce students with the main topics of computational linguistics, different language technologies and their application in humanities research, especially in linguistics. Different language analysis and processing levels (morphology, syntax, semantics) will be introduced through digital language resources and language processing tools. The course includes theoretical lectures and practical assignments allowing students to obtain necessary skills for research as digital humanities.
Keywords
Disciplines: Human Language Technologies, Linguistics and Language Studies
Techniques: Collocation Analysis, Concordancing, Named Entity Recognition, POS-Tagging
Objects: DigitalHumanities, Language, Literature, Metadata, Sound, Tools, Speech, NamedEntities, Research