UB - University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Computer Science and Engineering

CSE 567: Computational Linguistics

Computational Linguistics

Introduction to computational models of understanding natural languages. Syntactic and semantic parsing, generation, knowledge-representation techniques.

None presently available.

Ph.D.:

This course fulfills one Artificial Intelligence Core Course (Breadth) requirement.

M.S.:

This course fulfills one Artificial Intelligence Core Course (Breadth) requirement.

Knowledge of a high-level programming language (such as Lisp) and CSE 305: Cross listed with CSE467

Course Instances
Semester Section Title Instructor Credit Hours Enrolled
Spring 2017 LEC Computational Linguistics Staff 3 15/15
Spring 2016 LEC Computational Linguistics Staff 3 12/12
Spring 2013 LEC Computational Linguistics Staff 3 11/15
Spring 2011 LR Computational Linguistics Dr. Douglas Roland 3 10/ 5
Summer 2010 LR Computational Linguistics Dr. Carl Alphonce 3 2/10
Spring 2010 LR Computational Linguistics Dr. Douglas Roland 3 12/12
Fall 2008 LR Computational Linguistics Dr. Carl Alphonce 3 13/20
Fall 2008 LR Computational Linguistics Dr. Carl Alphonce 3 2/10
Fall 2008 LR Computational Linguistics Staff 3 0/ 0
Fall 2007 LR Computational Linguistics Dr. Carl Alphonce 3 14/20
Fall 2007 LR Computational Linguistics Dr. Carl Alphonce 3 3/10
Fall 2006 LR Computational Linguistics Dr. Carl Alphonce 3 9/20
Fall 2006 LR Computational Linguistics Dr. Carl Alphonce 3 1/10
Fall 2005 LR Computational Linguistics Dr. Carl Alphonce 3 6/20
Fall 2005 LR Computational Linguistics Dr. Carl Alphonce 3 0/10
Fall 2004 LR Computational Linguistics Staff 3 24/41
Fall 2003 LR Computational Linguistics Staff 3 15/23
Fall 2002 LR Computational Linguistics Dr. Carl Alphonce 3 14/60
Spring 2002 LEC Computational Linguistics Staff 3 9/ 9
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