|Course Title||COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS|
|Full Title||Computational Linguistics|
|Description||Basic concepts in computational linguistics including regular expressions, finite-state automata, finite-state transducers, weighted finite-state automata, and n-gram language models. Applications to phonology, orthography, morphology, syntax. Probabilistic models. Statistical techniques for speech recognition.|
|Prerequisite||Computer Science 520, Linguistics 571, or 572 [or Big Data Analytics 572].|
|Statement||Same course as Linguistics 581.|
Same class as Linguistics 581.
Prerequisite: LING 570 or MATH 245; LING 571 or Computer Science 320.
This section has a zero-cost course materials (ZCCM) designation and exclusively uses digital course materials that are free of charge and may have an optional low-cost print version or there are no course materials required. The ZCCM designation may change if a new faculty member is assigned or other course materials are added.