LINB35H3: Introduction to Computational Linguistics

This course focuses on computational methods in linguistics. It is geared toward students with a background in linguistics but minimal background in computer science. This course offers students a foundational understanding of two domains of computational linguistics: cognitive modeling and natural language processing. Students will be introduced to the tools used by computational linguists in both these domains and to the fundamentals of computer programming in a way that highlights what is important for working with linguistic data.

LINB19H3 Computers in Linguistics or with permission of instructor
LINB29H3 Quantitative Methods in Linguistics
LIN340H5 Computing with Natural Language (UTM) LIN341H5 Linguistics and Computation (UTM)
Quantitative Reasoning