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On successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
- Critically read, assess, and synthesize scientific literature in natural language processing and related fields.
- Identify new research questions in natural language processing and propose experimental, mathematical, or engineering methods to answer them.
- Communicate research results in natural language processing orally to a scientific audience.
- Communicate research results in natural language processing in writing to a scientific audience.
This course introduces critical skills needed to do research in natural language processing: identifying research questions; proposing methods to answer research questions; and communicating results orally and in writing to a scientific audience. The course emphasizes that NLP research draws on computational, mathematical, and linguistic perspectives to research, and exposes students to the key research skills from each of these perspectives.
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