The Syntactic Models heavily rely on the dependence of sentences that are grouped into documents. This deals with both semantically and syntactically coherence that illustrate the latent distributions of words and topics.
The [course_title] is created for those interested in learning the difference of proposed architectures for the syntax model of grammar. You are provided with resources and materials on the discussion of testable differences among models in this course.
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Course Credit: MIT
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