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Natural language processing

Natural language processing (NLP) involves machines processing and extracting information from natural human languages. NLP is a crucial target for the application of computer science techniques. It consists of a range of specialised techniques that researchers are developing in the significant and growing field of Natural Language Processing. 

By taking this module, you will gain a solid grasp and practical experience with those techniques. The module complements other modules in the programme which involve the processing and interpretation of data by machines. 

Credits

15 (150 hours)

Assessment

  • Coursework (50%)
  • Examination (50%)