NLP may refer to:

  • Natural language processing, a field of computer science and linguistics concerned with the interactions between computers and human (natural) languages
  • Nonlinear programming
  • Neuro-linguistic programming, a method used to help people change their behaviors
  • No light perception, or total blindness, the complete lack of form and visual light perception
  • Ninein-like protein, a human gene

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Lexical Markup Framework - Model Structure
... The extensions are specifically dedicated to morphology, MRD, NLP syntax, NLP semantics, NLP multilingual notations, NLP morphological patterns, multiword expression patterns, and ...
Methods Of Neuro-linguistic Programming
... Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is based on the idea that with our senses we are only able to perceive a small part of the world ... NLP teaches that language and behaviors (whether functional or dysfunctional) are highly structured, and that this structure can be 'modeled' or copied into a reproducible form ... Using NLP a person can 'model' the more successful parts of their own behavior in order to reproduce it in areas where they are less successful or 'model' another person to ...
Association For Neuro Linguistic Programming
... (ANLP) is a UK organisation founded in 1985 by Frank Kevlin to promote NLP ... Membership is open to anyone interested in NLP and Full Membership is open to holders of recognized NLP qualifications ... by subscription, and has published the proceedings of a NLP Research Conference held at the University of Surrey, UK in 2008 ...
Lexical Markup Framework - History of LMF
... National delegations decided to address standards dedicated to NLP and lexicon representation ... proposition for a data model dedicated to NLP lexicons ... range of requirements for LMF that covered many types of NLP lexicons ...