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-<big>Welcome to the '''​Natural Language Processing Lab'''​ of the Brigham Young University Computer Science Department</​big>​+Welcome to the '''​Natural Language Processing Lab'''​ of the Brigham Young University Computer Science Department
  
-If you are looking for a private wiki where lab members can coordinate on unbaked projects, please use the [https://​facwiki.cs.byu.edu/​nlp-private Private NLPWiki].+If you are looking for a private wiki where lab members can coordinate on unbaked projects, please use the [[nlp-private:start|Private NLPWiki]]
  
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 We are also working on learning to annotate lesser studied languages to aid scholarship on documents written in those languages. ​ Approaches to solving this problem include probabilistic models of language structure and cost-conscious active learning methods. ​ In particular, we are using these methods to facilitate the annotation of ancient documents written in Syriac, a dying Semitic language in which many significant documents of the Christian Near East were written. ​ We are also interested in learning new and difficult tasks from both data and expert knowledge in harmonious ways using active learning, feature engineering,​ Bayesian models, and methods of advice-giving. We are also working on learning to annotate lesser studied languages to aid scholarship on documents written in those languages. ​ Approaches to solving this problem include probabilistic models of language structure and cost-conscious active learning methods. ​ In particular, we are using these methods to facilitate the annotation of ancient documents written in Syriac, a dying Semitic language in which many significant documents of the Christian Near East were written. ​ We are also interested in learning new and difficult tasks from both data and expert knowledge in harmonious ways using active learning, feature engineering,​ Bayesian models, and methods of advice-giving.
  
-[[Image:​NLPLab2009.jpg|center|600px]]+[[media:nlp:600px-NLPLab2009.jpg]]
  
 == News == == News ==
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 == Projects == == Projects ==
  
-* [[Projects:​ALFA|Active Learning for Annotation]]: ​+* [[machine-assisted-annotation|Active Learning for Annotation]]: ​
 ** CCASH: Cost-Conscious Annotation Supervised by Humans ** CCASH: Cost-Conscious Annotation Supervised by Humans
 ** [[On-ramp|ALFA short course: on-ramp into the project]] ** [[On-ramp|ALFA short course: on-ramp into the project]]
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 ** Document clustering and Cluster evaluation ** Document clustering and Cluster evaluation
 ** Topic modeling ** Topic modeling
-** [[Topic Browser|Topic model visualization]]+** [[Topical Guide|Topic model visualization]]
 * Processing Noisy OCR Data * Processing Noisy OCR Data
 ** Reducing error rates in Optical Character Recognition ** Reducing error rates in Optical Character Recognition
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 === Others === === Others ===
  
-* [[Projects:Language_Identification|Spoken Language Identification]] +* [[Language_Identification|Spoken Language Identification]] 
-* [[Projects:Paraphrase|Sentential paraphrase]] +* [[Paraphrase|Sentential paraphrase]] 
-* [[Projects:MayaWiki|Robbie Haertel'​s MayaWiki]]+* [[MayaWiki|Robbie Haertel'​s MayaWiki]]
 * [[PSST|Pedagogical Software and Speech Technologies (PSST)]] * [[PSST|Pedagogical Software and Speech Technologies (PSST)]]
  
 == Technical Reports == == Technical Reports ==
  
-* [http://​nlp.cs.byu.edu/​techreports/​BYUNLP-TR2.pdf BYU NLP Lab Tech Report #2] = "​Generating Paraphrases with Greater Syntactic Variation using Syntactic Phrases"​+* [http://​nlp.cs.byu.edu/​techreports/TR2/​BYUNLP-TR2.pdf BYU NLP Lab Tech Report #2] = "​Generating Paraphrases with Greater Syntactic Variation using Syntactic Phrases"​
  
-* [http://​nlp.cs.byu.edu/​techreports/​BYUNLP-TR1.pdf BYU NLP Lab Tech Report #1] = "​Improving Classification in Phone-Based Language Recognition with Maximum Entropy Models"​+* [http://​nlp.cs.byu.edu/​techreports/TR1/​BYUNLP-TR1.pdf BYU NLP Lab Tech Report #1] = "​Improving Classification in Phone-Based Language Recognition with Maximum Entropy Models"​
  
 == Courses == == Courses ==
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 * Kevin Black * Kevin Black
  
-==== [[Alumni]] ​====+[[Alumni]]
  
 == Contact == == Contact ==
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