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  1-10 of 18 Reviews about "Language Models (I.2.7...)": Date Reviewed
  Quick start guide to large language models: strategies and best practices for using ChatGPT and other LLMs
Ozdemir S., Pearson, Hoboken, NJ, 2023. 288 pp.  Type: Book (0138199191)

This book is devoted to the hot topics of large language models (LLMs) and generative artificial intelligence (AI). It can be considered as a guidebook that introduces readers to the realm of natural language processing (NLP) by exploiting open-so...

Jan 26 2024
  The grammar of mammalian brain capacity
Rodriguez A., Granger R. Theoretical Computer Science 633(C): 100-111, 2016.  Type: Article

Which aspects of the language faculty are uniquely human, and which are shared with other mammals? In this paper, Rodriguez and Granger try to address this fundamental question from an innovative neuro-computational perspective. They c...

Sep 15 2016
   Semantic similarity from natural language and ontology analysis
Harispe S., Ranwez S., Janaqi S., Montmain J., Morgan & Claypool Publishers, San Rafael, CA, 2015. 254 pp.  Type: Book (978-1-627054-46-1)

Harispe et al. offer a coherent and most-welcome unified view of the vast literature on semantic similarity, covering both corpus-based and ontological methods. It fills a gap in the current literature and is rich with references and i...

Apr 25 2016
  Hate speech detection with comment embeddings
Djuric N., Zhou J., Morris R., Grbovic M., Radosavljevic V., Bhamidipati N.  WWW 2015 Companion (Proc. of the 24th International World Wide Web Conference, Florence, Italy, May 18-22, 2015) 29-30, 2015.  Type: Proceedings

Hate speech comments in online forums are a form of offensive language targeted at specific groups with an aim to dishonor. Hate speech is also considered as synonym to misinformation, smears, and social pollution. The unmonitored acti...

Jun 11 2015
  Ontological semantics (Language, Speech, and Communication Series)
Nirenburg S., Raskin V., The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2004. 440 pp.  Type: Book (9780262140867)

Ontological semantics refers to the methods and tools for describing and manipulating meaning in natural language texts. Ontological semantics is a powerful new integrative idea that is attempting to remedy the fallacies of natural lan...

Jun 29 2006
  Semiotic schemas: a framework for grounding language in action and perception
Roy D. Artificial Intelligence 167(1-2): 170-205, 2005.  Type: Article

One of the major challenges for the cognitive sciences is the development of a computationally tractable and precise theory of language that enables the generation of actions based on the referential meaning provided by the theory. It ...

May 17 2006
  The emergence of compositional structures in perceptually grounded language games
Vogt P. Artificial Intelligence 167(1-2): 206-242, 2005.  Type: Article

The study of the emergence of complex linguistic structures from basic building blocks is a challenging scientific endeavor, especially when it comes to language origin, use, and development. Vogt claims that an inductive model with ce...

Apr 12 2006
  Accessor variety criteria for Chinese word extraction
Feng H., Chen K., Deng X., Zheng W. Computational Linguistics 30(1): 75-93, 2004.  Type: Article

The extraction of unknown words--such as compound nouns, and the names of people and organizations--is crucial for success in broad areas of language processing in Chinese, including machine translation and informatio...

Jan 7 2005
  Verb class disambiguation using informative priors
Lapata M., Brew C. Computational Linguistics 30(1): 45-73, 2004.  Type: Article

To appreciate this dense and detailed paper, the reader will definitely need a computational linguistics background. The authors extend Levin’s work [1] on verb recognition. Some verbs are not ambiguous, but some are. They ap...

Oct 29 2004
  Workflow analysis with communication norms
Weigand H., de Moor A. Data & Knowledge Engineering 47(3): 349-369, 2003.  Type: Article

“Concise” and “straightforward” are not the right adjectives to characterize this paper. Weigand and de Moor write, for almost the whole paper, about something they call “communication ...

Mar 15 2004
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