Getting Started with Natural Language Processing (Manning)
Wednesday, 26 October 2022

This understandable guide that helps you engineer your first NLP algorithms. Dr. Ekaterina Kochmar uses Python code and hands-on projects, with each chapter providing a concrete example with practical techniques that you can put into practice right away. If you're a beginner to NLP and want to upgrade your applications with functions and features like information extraction, user profiling, and automatic topic labeling, this is the book for you.

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Author: Ekaterina Kochmar
Publisher: Manning
Date: October 2022
Pages: 456
ISBN: 978-1617296765
Print: 1617296767
Kindle: B0BDGK9FL3
Audience: developers interested in natural language processing
Level: Intermediate
Category: Artificial Intelligence

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What's inside

 

  • Fundamental concepts and algorithms of NLP
  • Extracting information from raw text
  • Useful Python libraries
  • Topic labeling
  • Building a search algorithm

 

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