Synthesis Lectures on Human Language Technologies
Graeme Hirst, University of Toronto
Synthesis Lectures on Human Language Technologies is edited by Graeme Hirst of the University of Toronto. The series consists of 50- to 150-page monographs on topics relating to natural language processing, computational linguistics, information retrieval, and spoken language understanding. Emphasis is on important new techniques, on new applications, and on topics that combine two or more HLT subfields.
Data-Intensive Text Processing with MapReduce
Jimmy Lin and Chris Dyer
Semantic Role Labeling
Martha Palmer, Daniel Gildea, and Nianwen Xue
Spoken Dialogue Systems
Kristiina Jokinen and Michael McTear
Introduction to Chinese Natural Language ...