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This paper uses a corpus study to investigate the influence of text genre on the frequency and semantic interpretation of certain pattern/concept relations. In linking pattern/concept relations to text genre, this study identifies three types of dependency: weak dependency, where the...
Lexical knowledge patterns are effective tools for identifying knowledge in corpora. As refining pattern sets is a labour-intensive and time-consuming process, re-use of patterns in subsequent research is common. The portability of patterns from one domain or corpus to another has...
The Origins of New Zealand English project (ONZE) at the University of Canterbury houses a large audio corpus. Until a few years ago, this corpus was stored as a series of audio tapes and Microsoft Word documents. However, the corpus is now housed on a central server, and can be...
It is well-known that translated texts read differently from texts that have been written without the constraints imposed by source texts from another language. One of the features that can confer a distinctive feel to translations is the frequency with which certain lexical items are...
In this paper, we describe the construction of the 14-million-word Nepali National Corpus (NNC). This corpus includes both spoken and written data, the latter incorporating a Nepali match for FLOB and a broader collection of text. Additional resources within the NNC include parallel data...
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