Obligatory Reading (Select Parts, See Course Schedule)
Jurafsky, D., & J. H. Martin: Speech and Language Processing, 2008. Pearson Education (Prentice Hall). ISBN: 978-0-13-187321-6. (Second Edition). On-Line Information.
Seibel, P.: Practical Common Lisp, 2005. Apress. ISBN: 1-59059-239-5. (On-Line Copy).
Wroblewski, D. A.: "Non-Destructive Graph Unification" in Proceedings of the 6th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 1987. (pp. 582 – 587). (On-Line Copy).
All slide copies and model solutions are relevant for the exam. Note, however, that we do not primarily capitalize on specifics of Lisp syntax. It is the general concepts, formal devices, algorithms, data structures, and techniques that will be our focus for the final exam.