Text Genres and Registers: The Computation of Linguistic Features
This book is a description of some of the most recent advances in text classification as part of a concerted effort to achieve computer understanding of human language. In particular, it addresses state-of-the-art developments in the computation of higher-level linguistic features, ranging from etymology to grammar and syntax for the practical task of text classification according to genres, registers and subject domains. Serving as a bridge between computational methods and sophisticated linguistic analysis, this book will be of particular interest to academics and students of computational linguistics as well as professionals in natural language engineering.
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A. C. Fang academic prose according acknowledge backchannel adjective density adverbial clauses analysis annotation automatic ranking Auxiliary Berlin Heidelberg 2015 borrowed words British English Brown Corpus complement Computation of Linguistic confusion matrix Conversation coordination corpora corpus linguistics corpus-based dialogue act discourse distribution empirical enclitic example F uh F-POS F-score feature set FrameNet Freq frequency function genre classes Genres and Registers grammatical Greenbaum hedge ICE-GB imagery indicating infinitival infinitive investigation language Latin lexical Linguistic Features Liu Yong machine learning monotransitive natural language processing noun phrase observed ontological parsing Part-of-Speech Tags participle performance plural POS tags prepositional Pronoun samples Semi-auxiliary sentence singular speech and writing spoken section statement-non-opinion statement-opinion structure stylistic subcategorisations subject domains subordination syntactic T-unit Table tagset text categories text classification Text Genres tion total number Treebank untimed essays utt2 utt3 utterances uttl verb types word tokens