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Handbook of Natural Language Processing

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« on: July 03, 2022, 11:03:24 am »

Handbook of Natural Language Processing, by Nitin Indurkhya and Frederick Damerau

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« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2022, 11:57:39 am »

To what does this appertain? If it's a handbook or Haynes Manual for my ancient Metro (1989) I'm all for exploring, as the steering is a bit wonky and regular clouds of noxious fumes emanate from the exhaust if I push it over 40 mph. I wish the damn thing had artificial intelligence - it could drive itself then and save me the hassle. Alternatively, if it's a handbook for my Kenwood washing machine that would be very useful since I've lost mine and don't know what temperature will get the greasy stains out of my slacks. Many thanks in advance.

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