CSCI(LING)8570

Natural Language Processing Techniques
Credit Hours:
4

Human language from a computational point of view; algorithms and techniques for computer understanding of human-language input.

Prerequisites:
[CSCI(ARTI)4540/6540 and LING8150] or POD
Level:

GRMN(LING)8320

Gothic
Credit Hours:
3

Morphology, phonology, and history of the Gothic language based on extant texts. Emphasis on the development of earlier stages of the language and on its later language forms. Taught in English.

Level:

PHIL(LING)8300

Seminar in the Philosophy of Language
Credit Hours:
3. Repeatable for maximum 9 credit hours.

The original course materials dealing with such topics as formal and ordinary languages, meaning, reference, descriptions, truth, definition, analyticity, speech acts, and the uses of language.

Level:

LING8280

Seminar in Second Language Acquisition
Credit Hours:
3. Repeatable for maximum 9 credit hours.

Special topics and current issues in second language acquisition. Topics will vary; consult the Linguistics Program office for the specific topics to be covered in any offering of the seminar.

Level:

LING8180

Seminar in Phonetics/Phonology
Credit Hours:
3. Repeatable for maximum 9 credit hours

Special topics in phonetics, phonology, or the phonetics/phonology interface.

Level:

LING8170

Seminar in Syntax/Semantics
Credit Hours:
3. Repeatable for maximum 8 credit hours.

Special topics in syntax, semantics, or the syntax/semantics interface.

Level:

LING8160

Advanced Generative Syntax
Credit Hours:
3

Formal analysis of syntactic phenomena, such as the passive construction, question formation, and relative clauses, with examples drawn primarily from English.

Level: