Corpus, collocation, and lexical sets

Ramesh Krishnamurthy

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    Abstract

    This paper is a progress report on a research path I first outlined in my contribution to “Words in Context: A Tribute to John Sinclair on his Retirement” (Heffer and Sauntson, 2000). Therefore, I first summarize that paper here, in order to provide the relevant background. The second half of the current paper consists of some further manual analyses, exploring various parameters and procedures that might assist in the design of an automated computational process for the identification of lexical sets. The automation itself is beyond the scope of the current paper.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusIn preparation - Jun 2001
    EventHUSSE (Hungarian Society for the Study of English) Thematic Conference - University of Debrecen (HU)
    Duration: 21 Jun 200122 Jun 2001

    Conference

    ConferenceHUSSE (Hungarian Society for the Study of English) Thematic Conference
    CityUniversity of Debrecen (HU)
    Period21/06/0122/06/01

    Bibliographical note

    This paper is a progress report on a research path I first outlined in my contribution to “Words in Context: A Tribute to John Sinclair on his Retirement” (Heffer and Sauntson, 2000).”

    Keywords

    • John Sinclair

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