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One major challenge for Web-As-Corpus research is that a typical Web search provides little information about the register of the documents that are searched. Previous research has attempted to address this problem (e.g., through the Automatic Genre Identification initiative), but with...
Antonyms co-occur far more frequently than we might expect to by chance alone. However, few studies have adopted a corpus-based approach to examine antonym co-occurrences in Chinese, and disyllabic antonyms in Chinese have long been ignored in the literature. Therefore, this study turns...
Text visualisations provide visual representations of documents or small corpora with the primary aim of supporting language analysis. We are interested in developing a more playful approach to language that can be characterised by the notion of wandering as an open-ended movement. To...
Much statistical analysis of psycholinguistic data is now being done with so-called mixed-effects regression models. This development was spearheaded by a few highly influential introductory articles that (i) showed how these regression models are superior to what was the previous gold...
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