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JCR. 2020; 7(10): 148-152


THE IMPORTANCE OF COMPUTER LINGUISTICS IN THE FIELD OF PHILOLOGY.

Yuldasheva Saida Tashkulovna, Aslonov Shahram Sherzodovich, Ruzimurodova Zarina Dusmurod Kizi, Fayzullayeva Madina Abdumumin Kizi.

Abstract
Computational linguistics is the scientific study of human languages from a computational perspective. Computational linguists create tools for important practical tasks such as machine translation, speech recognition, speech synthesis, information extraction from text, grammar checking and text mining. At present, it is effectively used in modern information technologies in all fields of science. In particular, the role of computer technology in linguistics is invaluable. This can be seen in the example of machine translation, or computer linguistics, which has been used since the 1950s. This article describes the practical significance of computer linguistics in the field of philology and its possibilities.

Key words: machine translation, machine linguistics, direct translation system, HAMT, Rule-based machine translation, Georgetown University, AM Kondratov.



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