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NLP question asking and answering module

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broccoli

broccoli is a question asking and answering module created as a final project for 11-411: Natural Language Processing at Carnegie Mellon University in Spring 2008.

It was created by Zach Paine, Owen Yamauchi, Emilie McConville, and Mattt Thompson. Our professor and Virgil through the perils of computational linguistics was Noah A. Smith.

The basic function is to take in a corpus of Wikipedia articles in order to generate and answer questions about that article. As per the specs of the project assignment, we focused our efforts on articles about Animals, Countries, and Presidents.

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