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Here is a list of most useful open source NLP systems:
As you can see, the most popular ones aren’t necessarily the most powerful ones. For instance, Python on IBM Watson is not as powerful as other applications available such as IBM Watson Cloud. Here is a comparison of popular open source NLP systems.
Here is a review of popular machine learning libraries in use for natural language processing:
In the coming posts, we will delve a lot more into these topics and cover advanced topics like computer vision, deep learning, and multi-task learning. The goal is to provide you the knowledge to start using and developing NLP applications in different contexts such as speech and text mining, and to expand your knowledge with relevant material as we learn about it.
While these are the most common methods for implementing NLP in software, other approaches exist. For instance, there is a community of linguists and speakers of other natural languages who participate in Wiktionary as “native speakers of [a certain word or phrases]”, who participate in written encyclopedias and other encyclopedic collections, and on Slack communities as “linguists” and as “contributors” to online knowledge systems like Quora and Reddit. These “explicit” communities allow you to speak and read the other language yourself and build a community around it. We will cover this community model in the future.
As we learn and improve NLP, we will need to continue to develop new ways to combine and leverage the myriad existing methods that already exist. For instance, a few of NLP users have started using machine translation to create a new “universal translator” that translates any written or spoken language to any other language. In the future, we may see a “universal translator” that translates NLP methods into machine learning methods, or vice versa. This could be a very exciting way to use NLP with Internet of Things devices, for example.
As NLP is such a broad and interdisciplinary field, you will find many different ways to learning how NLP works. It is important to understand the broad strokes so that you can understand the more technical details, but even then, a casual perusal of the various links on this page should give you a strong understanding.
And now, on to the links section!
And here is, once again, a list of different algorithms and techniques used for NLP:
As you learn about these core concepts and learn how to reason about them in your own programs, you will be a step closer to being a master learner and programmer of learning systems.
This web page describes the core data structures and algorithms used for storing and retrieving information in memory in natural language. It also provides an order of magnitude hierarchy-stability analysis of the most common data structures and algorithms. It also discusses the trade-offs between space, time and throughput of memory accesses for these data structures.
“In mathematics, an array is any set of x, y, and z points representing the same data.” – Wikipedia (array)
The word “array” can be used to mean many things:
• An array is a group of x, y, and z components that are represented by an array (e.g. Person.AddressArray, AddressLine1.CityArray, State.CityArray, etc.).
• An array can be a device that stores and returns multiple values over a network (e.g. transaction pools).
• An array can be a number that represents the index of one component in an array (Orders.CustomerOrders)
• An array can be a slice of an array that returns a fixed-size set of values (e.g. a genome reference)
• An array can also be the entire file that is read in as text (Application.Resources)
• An array can have content that is non-text (e.g. an image file that contains color information)
• An array can be indexed to return specific components at a time (SocialMedia.People)
• An array can be specified as an input to a program that does not specify what type of array it is (GraphBuilder.addPoint)
• An array can contain other arrays in addition to the starting array (StarWars.Imdb)
• An array can be specified as an output to a program that does not specify what type of transformation it does (VCR.crm)
• An array can contain any data as its components (e.g. text, HTML, audio, video, some kind of vector) (MLPCredit)
• An array does not have to be fixed-length (length n – 1 or length m – n) but can have any number of dimensions (nArrays = mIntegers) (Complex.adjacent)
• An array can be indexed and transformed between different space types (vector to array, array to
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