Statistical natural-language processing is, in my estimation, one of the most fast-moving and exciting areas of computer science these days. Anyone who wants to learn this field would be well advised to get this book. For that matter, the same goes for anyone who is already in the field. I know that it is going to be one of the most well-thumbed books on my bookshelf.(Eugene Charniak, Department of Computer Science, Brown University)
I purchased this textbook initially for a class in statistical natural language processing in the Biomedical Informatics domain. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amol Bhalla
A very useful and practical book on text-mining. I love the way its content is organized and the language is very clear. Read morePublished 9 months ago by James
When my brain get's exhausted from candy crush, or angry birds, this is a great way to relax my thoughts.Published 15 months ago by Stephen L.
the book is very complete; if you master all the concepts, then you will definitely become an expert; I think this kind of book must be completed with a programming book in the... Read morePublished on August 8, 2012 by thami
I am particularly interested in the grammar trees and the Disambiguation algorithms. The chapter on data structures to store associations (meaning) is also very useful. Read morePublished on April 1, 2011 by Charles H. Darakdjian
I purchased this book when designing my first POS tagger for English language.
Since my major is neither NLP, computer science nor mathematics, I had at first had... Read more
This is a good book for people who are interested in computational linguists, machine
learning experts who are looking for new application domains and in general for someone... Read more
I have never received anything so quick buying off the internet. Few days and I had the book in my hand. I was pleasantly surprised.Published on July 3, 2005 by Sudhir Shakya