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KMi tutors at Goethe University Frankfurt

Fridolin Wild, Wednesday 22 May 2013 | Annotate
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KMi's Fridolin Wild tutored doctoral candidates at the Goethe University Frankfurt on how to do natural language processing with the famous statistical programming language and environment R.

The doctoral school at the Institute of Business Informatics engages under the lad of Prof. Roland Holten in analysing social interaction in software development processes - in order to improve agile models of development.

The tutorial helps to gear up for natural language processing activities required to unveil the nature of conversation in software development teams.

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