(DigHT-Ling) Programming for Text Processing and Analysis
College of Humanities
Development of computer applications for research in language and literature (text processing, retrieval, and analysis) in one or more programming languages (e.g., Perl, Python, etc.).
Students will have an advanced understanding of Unicode and its advantages over ASCII and other text encoding standards.
Students will be able to locate complex patterns and make substitutions (e.g., using technologies such as Perl, Python) within texts for the purpose of manipulating and analyzing texts and corpora.