Speech and Language Processing: an Introduction to Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics, and Speech Recognition

Abstract

MT of computers to automate some or all of the process of translating from one language to another. Translation, in its full generality, is a difficult, fascinating, and intensely human endeavor, as rich as any other area of human creativity. Consider the following passage from the end of Chapter 45 of the 18th-century novel The Story of the Stone, also called Dream of the Red Chamber, by Cao Xue Qin (Cao, 1792), transcribed in the Mandarin dialect:

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@inproceedings{Jurafsky2006SpeechAL, title={Speech and Language Processing: an Introduction to Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics, and Speech Recognition}, author={Daniel Jurafsky and James H. Martin}, year={2006} }