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Computers and the Humanities

1986 Volume 20, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Artificial Intelligence in Speech Understanding: Two Applications at C.R.I.N

    N Carbonell

    This article explains how techniques of artificial intelligence are applied to expert systems for acoustic-phonetic decoding, phonological interpretation, and multi-knowledge sources for man... More

    pp. 167-72

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  2. A New Pedagogical Approach to the Study of Texts with a Microcomputer

    Pierre Muller

    This article describes using a computer as a literary learning device and study aid to analyze prose. (JDH) More

    pp. 203-6

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  3. Sarrasine Revisited: A Perspective in Text Analysis

    Jacqueline Leon & Jean-Marie Marandin

    Describes the approach and computer programs used to analyze literature. The two aspects of text captured in the analysis are thematic segmentation and density. Shows how these methods may be... More

    pp. 217-24

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