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COMP348: Document Processing and the Semantic Web

Resources and Support Materials : COMP348

Textbooks

The textbook of the unit is:

Other readings will be assigned week-by-week in class. These will always either be available in the library, or online.

The following books provide additional information on topics covered during the course, and are either in the library (call numbers are in parentheses) or online via the link provided:

  • Jurafsky and Martin. Speech and Language Processing, Upper Saddle River, NJ ; Prentice Hall, 2009. xxxi, 999p. ISBN: 0131873210. (Call no. P98 .J87 2009)
  • Manning, Raghavan and Schütze. Introduction to Information Retrieval. Cambridge University Press, 2008. ISBN: 0521865719. You can download the book in PDF format.
  • Jackson and Moulinier, Natural Language Processing for Online Applications, John Benjamins, ISBN: (Call no. QA76.9.N38 J33 2002)
  • Manning and Schütze. Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing, Cambridge, MA ; MIT Press, 1999. xxxvii, 680p. ISBN: 0-262-13360-1. (Call no. P98.5.S83.M36/1999)

Each week, you will be assigned some reading for the unit. This is obligatory: you will not understand the lectures if you do not keep up with the reading, and you will not be able to do the practical exercises if you do not do the reading.

You will also need to access materials on programming in Python. If you want to get a book, look at the list of Python books at python.org. Other online resources are mentioned below.

Online Resources

Below is a list of online resources for the unit. The contents will change as the course progresses. If you find any broken links, let us know. Watch this space!

Past Exams

Python: Syntax

Python: Conventions and Static Typing

Python Software