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Thursday, November 14 • 15:30 - 16:00
Computational techniques for linguistic annotation: An introduction to Stanford CoreNLP

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In the presentation, we will first, explain ways of synthesizing Python codes with the packages developed by Stanford CoreNLP to conduct part-of-speech tagging (POS), named entity recognizing (NER), and syntactical parsing, including both constituency and dependency analyses, and second, discuss ways of applying a Python program that can call Stanford CoreNLP to complete a corpus-based study in a writing context. Sample codes and output will also be demonstrated in the presentation.

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Ge Lan

PhD Candidate, Purdue University
I am a phd candidate in second language studies at Purdue, and my research interests include corpus linguistics, L2/EAP writing, and natural language processing. I have been working on corpus-based analysis on grammatical complexity (primarily noun phrase complexity) in L2/EAP writing... Read More →

Qiusi Zhang

Purdue University

Thursday November 14, 2019 15:30 - 16:00
Arizona (400 pax)

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