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    Natural Language Processing To digest natural language implies understanding, a function that is uniquely human. To understand something implies to have senses that interpret the world such as emotions and awareness of our own physical experiences. When someone tells a story, we rely upon previous experience for interpretation. We form a reaction, our heart rate may change, we may start sweating, we may relax or tense, and feel certain emotions such as fear. Upon getting new information, a persons

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    Natural Language Generation Abstract Natural language generation is a relatively new field in computer science. The two main questions to be solved are "what to say" and "how to say it." What to say includes answering questions not specifically asked by the user, and remembering previous statements made by the user and by the program itself. How to say it involves construction of logical sentences, use of pronouns, and sentence fragments. When speech synthesis is used, it also involves producing

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    Natural Language Processing There have been high hopes for Natural Language Processing. Natural Language Processing, also known simply as NLP, is part of the broader field of Artificial Intelligence, the effort towards making machines think. Computers may appear intelligent as they crunch numbers and process information with blazing speed. In truth, computers are nothing but dumb slaves who only understand on or off and are limited to exact instructions. But since the invention of the computer

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    Natural Language Research

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    When investigating Natural language Processing, we must first outline the various difficulties attributed to writing programs that 'understand' natural language. We note the ambiguity, imprecision and inherent informality of natural language and the gap between that ambiguity and the precision and formality of languages used in to software development for analysis, design and programming. Bridging the gap between informal natural language and formal conceptual models is key with applications designed

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    Natural Language and Computer Programs

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    Natural Language and Computer Programs Anyone who has tried to explain the workings of a computer, or even a VCR, to an older relative has a very good idea of why natural language operation is a goal of computer science researchers. Simply put, most people have no desire to learn a computer language in order to use their electronic devices. In order to allow people to effectively use computer-based systems, those systems must be programmed to understand natural language – the language a regular

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    Reflection Piece #14 Summary The topic for today’s readings was Natural Environment Training for Language. One of the readings, Putting It All Together, provided an informative description of how important is implementing ABA/VB within the natural environment during therapy sessions also the role that parents play in their child’s progress. It is recommendable for the parents to participate at least one hour of their daily child’s therapy sessions so they can see where the child's is in his overall

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    Natural Language Processing in Theoretical Application Abstract: In this paper, I will be discussing the creation and implementation of a device that will utilize the concepts of natural language processing and apply it to everyday activities. The device will be a carry-along unit that can be adapted to several devices a person would use everyday, like the car, items in the kitchen, and your computer. This device will be portable, compact, durable and adaptable. The device will not just adapt to

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    NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING “Natural language processing refers to computer systems that analyze, attempt to understand or produce one or more human languages, such as English, Japanese, Italian or Russian. The input might be text, spoken language or keyboard.” -J.F. Allen (2003) NLP is ability of computer to understand the human language as spoken. It is ruling to make it easier for humans to alter their language

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    The Power of Babel: A Natural History of Language John McWhorter, the author of The Power of Babel, gives a brief history of human languages. The title is from the biblical story of the Tower of Babel. The story tells of the people had only one language and decided to build a tower. Then, God gives them different languages. As a result, the event was the derivation of different cultures and languages. Through McWhorter’s view of how languages derived from the past 150,000 years, he states that the

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    Research methodology on Natural Language Processing: The main aim of this project is to research on the integration of “Natural Language Processing “ and information systems engineering to enhance query retrieval in natural language processing. Defining a research methodology: The definition of research methodology includes two parts: - Research definition - Methodology Research: It is defined as a thorough and organized query or investigation on a particular theme to revise or determine the

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