Aggregating dialectology, typology, and register analysis : linguistic variation in text and speech / edited by Benedikt Szmrecsanyi and Bernhard Wälchli
- Machine generated contents note: Convergence between dialect varieties and dialect groups in the Dutch language area / Frans Hinskens -- A comparison of statistical methods for the aggregation of regional linguistic variation / Jack Grieve -- Forests, trees, corpora, and dialect grammars / Benedikt Szmrecsanyi -- Feature-based versus aggregate analyses of the DECTE corpus: Phonological and morphological variability in Tyneside English / Hermann Moisl -- Complex systems in aggregated variation analyses / William A. Kretzschmar -- A weakly supervised multivariate approach to the study of language variation / Stella Neumann -- Semantic weighting mechanisms in scalable lexical sociolectometry / Dirk Speelman -- Temperature in the word space: Sense exploration of temperature expressions using word-space modelling / Magnus Sahlgren -- The perfect map: Investigating the cross-linguistic distribution of TAME categories in a parallel corpus / Osten Dahl -- Explorations into variation across Slavic: Taking a bottom-up approach / Ruprecht von Waldenfels -- Where Alice fell into: Motion events from a parallel corpus / Annemarie Verkerk -- Algorithmic typology and going from known to similar unknown categories within and across languages / Bernhard Walchli -- Inducing place distinctions of consonants from their distribution in words / Thomas Mayer -- Laws of language and text in quantitative and synergetic linguistics / Reinhard Kohler.
- 9783110317398 (alk. paper)
3110317397 (alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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