LINGUIST List 11.525

Fri Mar 10 2000

Qs: Info Retrieval Sources, Navaho/Tiwa Information

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  1. Larisa Zlatic, papers on information retrieval/extraction
  2. Deborah D K Ruuskanen, Tiwa language

Message 1: papers on information retrieval/extraction

Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2000 11:13:40 -0600
From: Larisa Zlatic <>
Subject: papers on information retrieval/extraction

Can anyone recommend me any literature that deals with information
retrieval/extraction /data mining of any type of text?

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Larisa Zlatic
Synthesys Technologies, Inc.
Austin TX

Larisa Zlatic
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Message 2: Tiwa language

Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 23:36:00 -0500
From: Deborah D K Ruuskanen <>
Subject: Tiwa language

I'm going to New Mexico and am going to live on a Navaho reservation and
visit Taos to learn about Navaho and Northern New Mexico weaving
(they've preserved the old Spanish techniques), and I'd like to learn
something about Navaho and Tiwa (spoken in Taos Pueblo, I understand)
before I go. This is somewhat rushed, as I'm leaving on 3 April. If
anyone on the list can recommend textbooks or articles with descriptions
of the languages, I'd be 'much obliged'.

Cheers DKR
Deborah D. Kela Ruuskanen \ You cannot teach a Man anything,
Leankuja 1, FIN-01420 Vantaa \ you can only help him find it \ within himself. Galileo
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