plural noun[treated as singular]
The branch of linguistics in which the techniques of computer science are applied to the analysis and synthesis of language and speech.
- Most projects these days with that sort of staff profile - computer science, mathematics, computational linguistics - tend to frame their goals in a less psychological terms.
- What is notable about these advances in advertising and retailing software, though, is that the symbolic computational linguistics of the 1980s has contributed nothing to them.
- It's really very funny, at least for those who are familiar with recent work in computational linguistics and machine learning.
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Syllabification: com·pu·ta·tion·al lin·guis·tics
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