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3.50pm, AT room 2.12 (but in room
FRN, David Hume Tower in week 1 only);
Tuesday and Thursday 2pm-- 2.50pm, William Robertson Building, Room G.04(both days),
Tutorials will be held on Monday 2 - 2.50pm (NOT 4.10 - 5pm) and Tuesday at 3 - 3.50pm, both in room 3.03 Appleton Tower. Tutorials will start in week 2. See the tutorial list on the course home page for which group you are assigned to.
The slides for the lectures are in pdf.
||Monday 3pm AT 2.12
(week 1 only - DHT FRN)
|Tuesday 2pm WRB G.04||Thursday 2pm WRB G.04||Tutorial
||Analogies for Communication; Levels of Representation (HP)||
|2|| Historical Setting, ELIZA
and Turing Test (JL)
||Simple Grammars: Insults and Poems (HP)||Grammar Intro (MG)||Tut 1
Thurs 20th Jan
|3||Grammar Based Models (MG)||Modularity and Unification
||Language Controlled Calculator (MG)||Tut 2
|31 Jan (to read)||4||Statistical Language Models (MG)
||10. Language Acquisition
|7 Feb (to read)||5||11. Language Acquisition
||12. Language Acquisition (JL)||16.
Thurs 10th Feb
12 noon, Mon 7th Feb
|6|| 23. Discourse (JL)
||18. Propaganda and advertising (JL)||14.
|7||15. Methods (HP)
||19. Methods (HP)||24.
|8||20. Dialogue (JL)
||21. Dialogue (JL)
||22. Dialogue (MG)
Thurs 3rd Mar
12 noon, Mon 28th Feb
|9||17. Computation and Representation (JL)||25. Graphical communication (JL)||26. Non-verbal communication (JL)||Tut 8|
|10||27. Social communication (JL)||28. Revision (JL)
12 noon, Thurs 24th Mar
||1. Intro and examples||2.
for Communication; Levels of Representation
Setting, ELIZA and Turing Test
Insults and Poems
||10. Language Acquisition||11. Language Acquisition||12a. Language Acquisition|
||13. Methods||14. Methods||15. Methods||19. Methods|
||16. Ambiguity||17. Ambiguity||18. Propaganda and advertising|
||24. Interpreting in uncertainty||25. Graphical communication||26. Non-verbal communication||28. Social communication|
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