100 Best Natural Language Parsing Videos


Notes:

  • Joint Parsing

See also:

100 Best GitHub: Natural Language Parsing | 100 Best GitHub: Shallow Parsing100 Best Natural Language Generation Videos100 Best Natural Language Processing Lecture Videos100 Best Natural Language Processing Tutorial Videos | 100 Best Natural Language Understanding Videos100 Best Parsing Tutorial VideosGrammar Parsing & Natural Language Generation | Natural Language Parsing | Parsing Algorithms & Dialog Systems


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  • Natural Language Processing Lecture 40 Probabilistic Parsing Algorithms

    Natural Language Processing Lecture 40 Probabilistic Parsing Algorithms From: Computer Science & Engineering Videos Views: 1 0 ratings Time: 47:36 More in People & Blogs

  • Natural Language Processing Lecture 38 Parsing Algorithm

    Natural Language Processing Lecture 38 Parsing Algorithm From: Computer Science & Engineering Videos Views: 1 0 ratings Time: 47:48 More in People & Blogs

  • Natural Language Processing Lecture 39 Parsing Ambiguous Sentences; Probabilistic Parsing

    Natural Language Processing Lecture 39 Parsing Ambiguous Sentences; Probabilistic Parsing From: Computer Science & Engineering Videos Views: 2 0 ratings Time: 49:49 More in People & Blogs

  • Natural Language Processing Lecture 37 Parsing

    Natural Language Processing Lecture 37 Parsing From: Computer Science & Engineering Videos Views: 0 0 ratings Time: 46:29 More in People & Blogs

  • Natural Language Processing Lecture 09 Brief on Probabilistic Parsing & Start of Part of Speech Tagg

    Natural Language Processing Lecture 09 Brief on Probabilistic Parsing & Start of Part of Speech Tagg From: Computer Science & Engineering Videos Views: 0 0 ratings Time: 48:20 More in People & Blogs

  • Natural Language Processing Lecture 36 Resource Constrained WSD; Parsing

    Natural Language Processing Lecture 36 Resource Constrained WSD; Parsing From: Computer Science & Engineering Videos Views: 0 0 ratings Time: 48:21 More in People & Blogs

  • 2014-10-10 Emily Pitler, Using Tree Structures for Improved Dependency Parsing Algorithms

    2014-10-10 Emily Pitler, Using Tree Structures for Improved Dependency Parsing Algorithms Talk @ UW NLP Seminar, 10/10/2014 Title: Using Tree Structures for Improved Dependency Parsing Algorithms Speaker: Emily Pitler, Google Abstract: Dependency parse trees have been found to… From: Yoav…

  • Statistical Parsing By Dr. Mohammed El-Affendi

    Statistical Parsing By Dr. Mohammed El-Affendi SDMA 2014 Dr. Mohammed El-Affendi is the Head of Computer Science and Information Systems Department in Prince Sultan University. From: Megdam Center Views: 22 0 ratings Time: 21:06 More in Science & Technology

  • SMART on FHIR – Apps for Healthcare

    SMART on FHIR – Apps for Healthcare SMART on FHIR is a new approach that will enable “plug-in apps” to run natively inside any compliant EHR. This presentation will explore the three key technologies behind the approach: -… From: CernerEng Views: 2691 15 ratings Time: 40:04 More…

  • turing machine, snakes and ladders, and natural language

    turing machine, snakes and ladders, and natural language suggest operating simple game like snakes and ladders as computer computation. Can we use a simple model like this with natural language? From: richard mullins Views: 98 1 ratings Time: 01:31 More in People & Blogs

  • Japanese Linguistics in Lucene and Solr – Presented by Christian Moen, Founder and CEO Atilika Inc

    Japanese Linguistics in Lucene and Solr – Presented by Christian Moen, Founder and CEO Atilika Inc This talk gives an introduction to searching Japanese text and an overview of the new Japanese search features available out-of-the-box in Lucene and Solr. Atilika developed a new Japanese… From: …

  • Natural Language Query (Storyline) Based on Joint Parsing

    Natural Language Query (Storyline) Based on Joint Parsing From: VCLA UCLA Views: 250 0 ratings Time: 01:26 More in Science & Technology

  • Computational Linguistics 1: Dependency Parsing

    Computational Linguistics 1: Dependency Parsing There is an error in the slides: The complexity of Eisner’s algorithm in O(n^3). The slides incorrectly state that the chart is of size O(n); the chart is actually of size O(n^2). Because… From: Jordan Boyd-Graber Views: 1379 7 ratings…

  • Compilers 04-01: Lexical Specification

    Compilers 04-01: Lexical Specification Compilers By Alex Aiken This course will discuss the major ideas used today in the implementation of programming language compilers, including lexical analysis, parsing, syntax-directed translation… From: Online Courses Views: 1072 7 ratings Time: …

  • 3. The Dependency Parsing Problem – Part II

    3. The Dependency Parsing Problem – Part II Video from Coursera – Columbia University – Course: Natural Language Processing: https://www.coursera.org/course/nlangp. From: Arnaldo Pedro Figueira Figueira Views: 203 3 ratings Time: 13:54 More in Education

  • Introduction to Natural Language Processing

    Introduction to Natural Language Processing Lecture video by Mustafa Jarrar at Birzeit University, Palestine. See the course webpage at: http://jarrar-courses.blogspot.com/2012/04/aai-spring-jan-may-2012.html and http://www.jarrar.info… From: Jarrar Courses Views: 337 1 ratings Time: 59:30…

  • Can it compete with Google? A Natural Language Open Domain Question Answering System

    Can it compete with Google? A Natural Language Open Domain Question Answering System QandA is my graduation project, it is an open-domain question answering system. Its goal is to retrieve short answers to users’ English questions that are written in natural language, rather… From: Ahmed…

  • IntelliResponse Virtual Agents For The Enterprise

    IntelliResponse Virtual Agents For The Enterprise The IntelliResponse Virtual Agent (VA) technology platform is a next generation self-service software that automates the process of delivering answers to customer questions posed across a variety… From: IntelliResponse Systems Inc. Views: 335 …

  • AR.Drone voice control

    AR.Drone voice control Don’t get on my enemies list. Uses speech recognition, some custom natural language parsing code, and javascript(!) to talk to the AR.Drone. See http://lemondronor.com/blog/indexphp/2013/3/electr… From: John Wiseman Views: 1980 23 ratings Time: 01:14 More in …

  • Natural Language Query Based on Joint Parsing

    Natural Language Query Based on Joint Parsing From: VCLA UCLA Views: 289 0 ratings Time: 02:06 More in Science & Technology

  • Rada Mihalcea: Using Wikipedia for Natural Language Processing

    Rada Mihalcea: Using Wikipedia for Natural Language Processing Wikipedia is an online encyclopedia that has grown to become one of the largest online repositories of encyclopedic knowledge, with millions of articles available for a large number of languages…. From: Rutgers CommInfo Views: 648…

  • Prediction and Entropy of Languages

    Prediction and Entropy of Languages http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/PredictionAndEntropyOfLanguages The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. From: wolframmathematica Views: 113 0 ratings Time: 00:17 More in …

  • Incremental Bayesian Networks for Natural Language Parsing

    Incremental Bayesian Networks for Natural Language Parsing Google Tech Talks August 13, 2007 ABSTRACT Natural language parsing is a particularly challenging structure prediction problem, due to the large space of output structures and the complex… From: GoogleTalksArchive Views: 308 2…

  • Dasher: information-efficient text entry

    Dasher: information-efficient text entry Google Tech Talks April 19, 2007 ABSTRACT Keyboards are inefficient for two reasons: they do not exploit the redundancy in normal language; and they waste the fine analogue capabilities… From: GoogleTalksArchive Views: 1909 23 ratings Time: 53:43 …

  • SmartAgent Chat Predictive Launch Demonstration

    SmartAgent Chat Predictive Launch Demonstration SmartAgent Chat, http://www.upsellit.com/automated-chat-site-abandonment-solution.jsp, combines a sophisticated automated chat engine with proprietary Abandonment Detection technology to assist. From: AutomatedChat Views: 65 0 ratings Time: …

  • Parsing – Design of Computer Programs

    Parsing – Design of Computer Programs This video is part of an online course, Design of Computer Programs. Check out the course here: https://www.udacity.com/course/cs212. From: Udacity Views: 189 0 ratings Time: 04:37 More in Education

  • Stephen Clark: “Compositional and distributional models of meaning for natural language”

    Stephen Clark: “Compositional and distributional models of meaning for natural language” Speaker: Stephen Clark (University of Cambridge) Title: Compositional and distributional models of meaning for natural language Event: Flowin’Cat 2010 (October 2010, University of Oxford)…

  • NIPS 2011 Tutorial: Lagrangian Relaxation Algorithms for Inference in Natural Language Processing

    NIPS 2011 Tutorial: Lagrangian Relaxation Algorithms for Inference in Natural Language Processing Alexander Rush and Michael Collins. From: NeuralInformationPro Views: 1449 5 ratings Time: 01:52:45 More in Science & Technology

  • 9 – 4 – Maximum Entropy Sequence Models- Stanford NLP – Professor Dan Jurafsky & Chris Manning

    9 – 4 – Maximum Entropy Sequence Models- Stanford NLP – Professor Dan Jurafsky & Chris Manning If you are interest on more free online course info, welcome to: http://opencourseonline.com/ Professor Dan Jurafsky & Chris Manning are offering a free online course on Natural Language…

  • Parsing sentences with the OTHER natural language tool: LinkGrammar

    Parsing sentences with the OTHER natural language tool: LinkGrammar Jeff Elmore Many of you are probably familiar with NLTK, the wonderful Natural Language Toolkit for Python. You may not be familiar with Linkgrammar, which is a sentence parsing system created… From: NextDayVideo Views: 2755 …

  • Claire Cardie on applications of natural language processing

    Claire Cardie on applications of natural language processing Claire Cardie, professor of computer and information science and founder of NYC-based tech startup Appinions, talks with the media November 15, 2011 at the ILR Conference Center in NYC about… From: Cornell University Views: 716 6…

  • Meet Titash Neogi – 2011 YCE Awards

    Meet Titash Neogi – 2011 YCE Awards Titash works at the intersection of social, interactive, and knowledge management. His forte is dreaming up ideas and turning them into product reality, so far in his career launching 3 projects… From: william samman Views: 123 2 ratings Time: 02:31 …

  • Peter Norvig – The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Data

    Peter Norvig – The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Data How Billions of Trivial Data Points can Lead to Understanding Peter Norvig (Director of Research, Google) presents as part of the UBC Department of Computer Science’s Distinguished Lecture… From: UBCCPSC Views: 37026 338 ratings…

  • What Impact will Watson Have on the Use of Analytics in Business? An Overview of Deep Q&A Technology

    What Impact will Watson Have on the Use of Analytics in Business? An Overview of Deep Q&A Technology Christer Johnson, MBA, North American BAO Advanced Analytics Leader, IBM Global Services IBM Corporation In February 2011, a computer named Watson beat two all-time Jeopardy champions…. …

  • Pento Incremental Spoken Dialogue System – Natural Language Understanding

    Pento Incremental Spoken Dialogue System – Natural Language Understanding This is a view of the inner workings of the NLU of our Pento spoken dialogue system. The left window shows how units of meaning are composed from input words that come from an incremental … From: okkobuss Views: 116 1…

  • Parsing with Derivatives

    Parsing with Derivatives (February 9, 2011) Matthew Might focuses on a new way to write parsers and how it will affect computer science in the future. Might discusses these parsers and overall language theory, to help… From: Stanford Views: 5311 55 ratings Time: 01:13:10 More in …

  • Lorg – Big Ideas 2010 – Enterprise Ireland

    Lorg – Big Ideas 2010 – Enterprise Ireland To help improve the quality of information searches, a group at the National Centre for Language Technology at Dublin City University is developing LORG, a natural language parser that can… From: EnterpriseIrelandTV Views: 171 0 ratings Time: …

  • Articulate: a Conversational Interface for Visual Analytics

    Articulate: a Conversational Interface for Visual Analytics ‘Articulate’ is a methodology that uses natural language to interact with visualizations. It is part of ‘Project Lifelike’ – a research initiative to provide a more natural alternative for… From: evltube Views: 5839 …

  • PlayPhysics: Experimenting with Intelligent Physics

    PlayPhysics: Experimenting with Intelligent Physics A Game Virtual Learning Environment for Teaching Physics built with Olympia architecture. From: Karla Cristina Muñoz Esquivel Views: 216 0 ratings Time: 07:32 More in Education

  • Demo of Using the Bayesian Feed Filter API

    Demo of Using the Bayesian Feed Filter API This is a demonstration of the using the Bayesian Feed Filter API. From: JournalTOCsAPI Views: 195 1 ratings Time: 03:55 More in Education

  • AI – Parsing

    AI – Parsing A brief explanation of how parsing works as it applies to Natural Language Processing. From: drewmfisher Views: 1468 8 ratings Time: 05:05 More in Science & Technology

  • Part 1 of 3 – SARA 2009: Link Prediction in LiveJournal

    Part 1 of 3 – SARA 2009: Link Prediction in LiveJournal Oral presentation by William H. Hsu for the The Eighth Symposium on Abstraction, Reformulation and Approximation (SARA 2009): Caragea, D., Bahirwani, V., Aljandal, W., & Hsu, W. H. (2009)…. From: William Hsu Views: 390 3 ratings…

  • Understanding Implied and Explicit Needs

    Understanding Implied and Explicit Needs Explains how the ChartSearch system analyzes your natural language questions to identify your explicitly expressed needs and to intuit your implicit requirements. This video will show you how… From: chartsearch Views: 493 1 ratings Time: 03:55 More…

  • A Practical Computer Program that Diagnoses Diseases in Actu

    A Practical Computer Program that Diagnoses Diseases in Actu Google Tech Talk April 23, 2009 ABSTRACT A Practical Computer Program that Diagnoses Diseases in Actual Patients, presented by Carlos Feder. Several so called “computer medical diagnosis… From: GoogleTechTalks Views: 9302 23…

  • Logic 2000 – introduction and parsing

    Logic 2000 – introduction and parsing Starting Logic 2000 for the first time and solving parsing problems. Level: Basic. From: Senaphim Views: 883 2 ratings Time: 07:51 More in Education

  • Artificial Intelligence – Egor – 3. A few examples.

    Artificial Intelligence – Egor – 3. A few examples. Natural language processing (NLP), and computational semantics. A little bit more of Egor, an artificial intelligence brain I am developing. You should be able to see the parse trees if… From: macdweeb Views: 1126 6 ratings Time: 01:25 …

  • Natural language starts with natural content

    Natural language starts with natural content The brains learns best from relevant,interesting and enjoyable content. From Steve of the Natural Language Society. Learn a language at: http://www.lingq.com Visit my blog: http://blog.thelingui… From: Steve Kaufmann – lingosteve Views: 2315 31…

  • Machine Learning and Machine Translation

    Machine Learning and Machine Translation Google Tech Talks October 22, 2008 ABSTRACT In this talk I’ll outline our work at the University of Edinburgh to model machine translation (MT) as a probabilistic machine learning problem…. From: GoogleTechTalks Views: 14371 30 ratings Time: …

  • Bayesian nonparametrics in document and language modeling

    Bayesian nonparametrics in document and language modeling Google Tech Talks August 28, 2008 ABSTRACT Bayesian nonparametric models have garnered significant attention in recent years in both the machine learning and statistics communities…. From: GoogleTechTalks Views: 12367 51 ratings…

  • CS 61B Lecture 37: Expression Parsing

    CS 61B Lecture 37: Expression Parsing CS 61B: Data Structures – Fall 2006 Instructor Jonathan Shewchuk Fundamental dynamic data structures, including linear lists, queues, trees, and other linked structures; arrays strings, and… From: UCBerkeley Views: 15673 50 ratings Time: 40:43 More in…

  • Practical Applications of Natural Language Processing in Assistive Technology

    Practical Applications of Natural Language Processing in Assistive Technology Google Tech Talks May, 15 2008 ABSTRACT Ken Ingham, Ph.D. will describe the architecture and motivation behind the development of Amazability, Inc.’s Adept1 product. The Adept1 performs natural … From: …

  • Forest-based Search Algorithms in Parsing and Machine Translation

    Forest-based Search Algorithms in Parsing and Machine Translation Google Tech Talks March, 14 2008 ABSTRACT Many problems in Natural Language Processing (NLP) involves an efficient search for the best derivation over (exponentially) many candidates, … From: GoogleTechTalks Views: 17887 35…

  • Designing Natural Language and Directed Dialogues

    Designing Natural Language and Directed Dialogues Even more than traditional applications, speech requires that you think carefully about the design of an application before you begin your development. This video is about the importance of… From: LumenVoxTraining Views: 236 0 ratings Time: …

  • Speech Technologies and Platforms – Present and Future Evolutions

    Speech Technologies and Platforms – Present and Future Evolutions Google Tech Talks March 3, 2008 ABSTRACT At the end of the last century, the landscape of speech applications was abruptly changed due to the convergence of several factors: the maturity… From: GoogleTechTalks Views: 7892 19…

  • Baypiggies User Group: The Natural Language Toolkit

    Baypiggies User Group: The Natural Language Toolkit Baypiggies User Group: The Natural Language Toolkit. From: UserGroupsatGoogle Views: 19379 62 ratings Time: 01:17:26 More in Science & Technology

  • An Interview with Stephanie Haas

    An Interview with Stephanie Haas Professor Stephanie Haas discusses natural language processing with an emphasis on sublanguages and the challenges of mapping specialized vocabularies to general language. Information … From: UNC-Chapel Hill Views: 2761 6 ratings Time: 28:55 More in …

  • The Long Road from Text to Meaning

    The Long Road from Text to Meaning Google Tech Talks May 3, 2007 ABSTRACT Computers have given us a new way of thinking about language. Given a large sample of language, or corpus, and computational tools to process it, we… From: GoogleTechTalks Views: 856 2 ratings Time: 58:14 More in …

  • Wikipedia and MediaWiki

    Wikipedia and MediaWiki Google TechTalks April 28, 2006 Brion Vibber Brion Vibber has worked on MediaWiki and Wikipedia’s servers for four years, watching over its frightening growth from thousands to millions of… From: GoogleTechTalks Views: 7462 12 ratings Time: 55:35 More in Howto…

  • Modeling Application Usage Visually

    Modeling Application Usage Visually Google TechTalks April 24, 2006 Scott Barber Scott Barber is the CTO of PerfTestPlus, Inc. and Co-Founder of the Workshop on Performance and Reliability (WOPR). Scott’s particular specialties… From: GoogleTechTalks Views: 787 6 ratings Time: 37:18 …

  • Using Data to “Brute Force” Hard Problems in Vision and…

    Using Data to “Brute Force” Hard Problems in Vision and… Google Tech Talks August 13, 2007 ABSTRACT Any task which requires automatic reasoning about the content of a photograph is inherently ambiguous and ill-posed. This is because a single image… From: GoogleTechTalks Views:…

  • Probabilistic Dimensional Reduction with Gaussian Process…

    Probabilistic Dimensional Reduction with Gaussian Process… Google Tech Talks February 12, 2007 ABSTRACT Density modelling in high dimensions is a very difficult problem. Traditional approaches, such as mixtures of Gaussians, typically fail to capture… From: GoogleTechTalks Views: 5554 17…