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By Tomek Strzalkowski,Sanda Harabagiu

This new Springer quantity presents a finished and special examine present techniques to computerized query answering. the extent of presentation is appropriate for newbies to the sector in addition to for execs wishing to check this sector and/or to construct functional QA structures. The publication can function a "how-to" guide for IT practitioners and method builders. it may possibly even be used to coach graduate classes in machine technology, details technological know-how and comparable disciplines.

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