Guide to Prolog and Natural Language Processing [videorecording]
Daniel Hartwig & Jenny Johnson
Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University ArchivesSeptember 2012
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Call Number: V0363
Creator: American Association for Artificial Intelligence
Creator: Association for Computational Linguistics.
Creator: Linguistic Institute.
Creator: Linguistic Society of America.
Creator: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers..
Creator: Pereira, Fernando C. N.
Creator: Stanford University
Title: Prolog and natural language processing [videorecording]
Physical Description: 1 Linear feet 16 videotapes (U-matic)
Language(s): The materials are in English.
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[identification of item], PROLOG and Natural Language Processing (V0363). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
Sixteen lectures on 16 cassettes comprise a full-length course presented at the 1987 Linguistic Institute held at Stanford University .
Natural language processing (Computer science)
Prolog (Computer program language)
San Mateo, CA :,Distributed by Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Inc.,
"Linguistic Institute Videotapes."
Lecturer: Fernando Pereira (SRI and Stanford University).