An Introduction to Fictional Worlds Theory by Bohumil Fort English | 2016 | ISBN: 3631670761 | 108 Pages | True PDF | 0.7 MB
The author extensively details, analyses and compares key concepts and strategies of fictional worlds theory: a theory which has, over recent years, developed rather rapidly and is connected with leading scholars in the area of literary studies, such as Lubomir Dolezel, Umberto Eco, Thomas Pavel, Ruth Ronen, and Marie-Laure Ryan.
Flawed, misleading, and false arguments are everywhere. From advertisers trying to separate you from your money, to politicians trying to sway your vote, to friends who want you to agree with them, your belief structure is constantly under attack.
An Introduction to Natural Language Processing Through Prolog (Learning about Language) by Clive Matthews English | Aug. 24, 1998 | ISBN: 0582066220 | 312 Pages | PDF | 14 MB
Research into Natural Language Processing - the use of computers to process language - has developed over the last couple of decades into one of the most vigorous and interesting areas of current work on language and communication. This book introduces the subject through the discussion and development of various computer programs which illustrate some of the basic concepts and techniques in the field.