Re: [Artificial Intelligence Group] Natural Language X Artificial Life?
- Hélio Perroni Filho
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Hélio Perroni Filho" <mailer01@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 7:10 AM
Subject: [Artificial Intelligence Group] Natural Language X Artificial Life?
> Hello All,
> I am doing a graduation work on the use of artificial life technics
> (neural networks, genetic algorithms, etc) for improving natural
> language proccessing systems. Currently, I am looking for papers on
> this subject, but I can't seem to find anything newer than 8-9 years
> (1995-96) ago. Does anyone knows about more recent researches on
> this field?
> Thank you already!
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