Computer corpus lexicography

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Edinburgh University Press, 1998 - Computers - 243 pages
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This book introduces the changing notions of the lexicon and dictionary-making, using perspectives from computational linguistics, corpus linguistics, and computational lexicography and lexicology. Central issues include the relation between lexicon and corpus; corpus-based lexical modeling of language; computational storage of the lexicon. The book constructs and applies a framework for lexicon-building to a case-study, and also stresses the importance of the internet and the world wide web for lexicography.

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