Natural Language Processing

A Machine Learning Perspective

; Zhiyang Teng

This undergraduate textbook introduces essential machine learning concepts in NLP in a unified and gentle mathematical framework. Les mer
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This undergraduate textbook introduces essential machine learning concepts in NLP in a unified and gentle mathematical framework.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Part I. Basics: 1. Introduction; 2. Counting relative frequencies; 3. Feature vectors; 4. Discriminative linear classifiers; 5. A perspective from information theory; 6. Hidden variables; Part II. Structures: 7. Generative sequence labelling; 8. Discriminative sequence labelling; 9. Sequence segmentation; 10. Predicting tree structures; 11. Transition-based methods for structured prediction; 12. Bayesian models; Part III. Deep Learning: 13. Neural network; 14. Representation learning; 15. Neural structured prediction; 16. Working with two texts; 17. Pre-training and transfer learning; 18. Deep latent variable models; Index.

Om forfatteren

Yue Zhang is an associate professor at Westlake University. Before joining Westlake, he worked as a research associate at the University of Cambridge and then a faculty member at Singapore University of Technology and Design. His research interests lie in fundamental algorithms for NLP, syntax, semantics, information extraction, text generation, and machine translation. He serves as an action editor for TACL, and as area chairs of ACL, EMNLP, COLING, and NAACL. He gave several tutorials at ACL, EMNLP and NAACL, and won a best paper award at COLING in 2018. Zhiyang Teng is currently a postdoctoral research fellow in the natural language processing group of Westlake University, China. He obtained his Ph.D. from Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) in 2018, and his Master's from the University of Chinese Academy of Science in 2014. He won the best paper award at CCL/NLP-NABD 2014, and published conference papers for ACL/TACL, EMNLP, COLING, NAACL, and TKDE. His research interests include syntactic parsing, sentiment analysis, deep learning, and variational inference.