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THE COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS CLUB


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ABOUT US


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OUR STUDENT ORGANIZATION

The Computational Linguistics Club @ UF

Jan.21: First Meeting & Introductions

Jan.28: RegEx, Swamphacks Presentations, project signups

Feb.4: Word Tokenization and Intro to Machine Learning

Feb.11: Word Normalization, Sentence Segmentation, N-grams

Feb. 18: Linguistics Spotlight and Word Normalization Practice

Feb. 21: Board Game Social

Feb. 25: Sentence Segmentation and Lexicon

Mar. 10: Elections and Jurafsky

Mar. 17: Sentiment Analysis

Mar. 24: Neural Networks Preview and Sign Language Glove

Mar. 30: Roller Skating Social

Apr. 7: Sign Language Glove and Year in Review Open Forum

Projects for Spring 2016

Sign Language Glove

Twitterbot

Random Sentence Generation using Markov Chains

Basic Sentiment Analysis

Spring 2016

Microsoft Speakers --DATE: Jan.27—- TOPIC: Informal Discussion on NLP


Fall 2015

Dr. Amanda Hicks --DATE: Nov.12-- TOPIC: Ontologies in Healthcare

Dr. Benjamin Lok --DATE: Nov.19-- TOPIC: NLP Implementation in Virtual Humans

Dr. Kristy Hollingshead --DATE: Dec.10-- TOPIC: Presentation at the IHMC

Fall 2015


Sep.30: Rollerskating @ Funworks

Oct.20: Mini-Hackathon

Nov.5: Big Hero 6 - Movie on the Lawn

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RESOURCES


Powerpoints and other resources we use during meetings

Jan. 21 First Meeting

  • Power point

  • Jan. 28 Jurfasky's NLP Course

  • Power point

  • Feb. 4 Tokenization

  • Power point

  • Feb. 11 Sentence Segmentation

  • Power point

  • Feb. 18 Phonetics and Word Normalization

  • Power point

  • Feb. 25 Sentence Segmentation and Lexicon

  • Power point

  • Mar. 10 Elections

  • Power point

  • Mar. 17 Sentiment Analysis

  • Power point

  • Mar. 24 Neural Networks Preview

  • Power point

  • Mar. 31 CompLing Hosts the AI Club!

  • Power point

  • Links to Jurafsky's NLP Course


    Course Page

  • Power point

  • Basic Text Processing

    Regular Expression

  • Power point

  • Regular Expressions in Practical NLP

  • Power point

  • Word Tokenization

  • Power point

  • Word Normalization and Stemming

  • Power point

  • Sentence Segmentation

  • Power point

  • Language Modeling


    Introduction to N-grams

  • Power point

  • Estimating N-gram Probabilities

  • Power point

  • Sentiment Analysis


    What is Sentiment Analysis?

  • Power point

  • Sentiment Lexicons

  • Power point

  • Learning Sentiment Lexicons

  • Power point

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    OUR PROJECTS


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    ASL Glove


    Building a glove that uses machine learning to translate the American Sign Language Alphabet from the user’s hand to a computer application

    Image Credit: http://www.clker.com/clipart-map-symbols-sign-language-interpretation-black.html

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    WordClouds


    Using Natural Language Processing to create word clouds. This project may have added complexity such as shape and color of the cloud.

    Image Credit: https://gistikcom.files.wordpress.com/
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    Basic Sentiment Analysis


    Coding a basic sentiment analysis to classify specific articles or posts as happy or sad.

    Image Credit: http://www.clker.com/cliparts/R/5/G/v/Q/J/theatre-masks-md.png

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    Random Sentence Generator


    Generating random sentences that are based on a source text using a Markov Chain model.

    Image Credit:http://bsccongress.com/im2/cartoon-speech-bubble-clip-art.png

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    OUR TEAM


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    Dr. Stefanie Wulff

    Club Sponsor



    Dr. Stefanie Wulff

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    Dr. Amanda Hicks

    Guest Speaker



    Dr. Amanda Hicks

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    Hali Lindsay

    Co-Founder



    Hali Lindsay

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    Noah Rucker

    Co-Founder



    Noah Rucker

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    Danny Sepler

    Co-Founder



    Danny Sepler

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    Dax Gerys

    Club Member



    Dax Gerts

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    OUR SPONSORS


    We want to say THANKS!

    STUDYPOOL


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    Our club is sponsored by Studypool, a leader in online homework help.



    The Florida Tech Toybox


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    The Florida Tech Toybox is a not for profit in Gainesville that has supported the Computational Linguistics Club by donating time in their community makerspace.



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    CONTACT US


    Interested in what we do? Feel free to contacts us! We would love for you to get involved.