1. Social Networking in the Age of Austen, Trollope and Dickens - Record

    Social Networking in the Age of Austen, Trollope and Dickens - Record
    Record - Columbia NewsSocial Networking in the Age of Austen, Trollope and DickensRecord - Columbia NewsThis line of thinking led Elson, who is part of the Natural Language Processing Group in the computer science department at the engineering school, ...
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      Discourse, Entailment, Machine Translation, NER, Parsing, Segmentation, Semantic, Sentiment, Summarization, WSD
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    1. I started thinking about how storytelling works as a language, with a syntax that we pick up as children and that differs from culture to culture.
    2. Work in this field—digital humanities—focused on the word level— how often a single word appears over the centuries, for example.
    3. He developed a series of extremely persuasive arguments about how, in the 19th century, novelists began to imagine urban social interaction as fundamentally different—more dispersed, accidental and fleeting—than the kinds of social interactions found in village or rural settings.
    4. We'll soon be able to trace the spread of ideas from culture to culture and put common assumptions about our heritage to the test.
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