LINGUIST List 14.3101

Wed Nov 12 2003

Qs: Lexical Chain Software; Spoken Lang Names

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  1. dq yang, lexical chains
  2. James C. Pennington, Re: Spoken Language Names - revision

Message 1: lexical chains

Date: Tue, 11 Nov 2003 20:36:41 -0500 (EST)
From: dq yang <yang0052infoeng.flinders.edu.au>
Subject: lexical chains

Hi all,
Does anyone know some software or original code about lexical chains?
where can i get it freely?

Thanks in advance.

Joshua. 
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Message 2: Re: Spoken Language Names - revision

Date: Tue, 11 Nov 2003 22:54:49 -0800
From: James C. Pennington <jamespennington-ink.com>
Subject: Re: Spoken Language Names - revision

Thank you all for your responses to my query (Linguist 14.3085) for a
resource on language names listed in their native languages. Many
people suggested www.ethnologue.com 'http://www.ethnologue.com/' for
its listing of thousands of language names, but I'm specifically
looking for the language names written in the *native scripts*. Thus,
"nihongo" for "Japanese" won't suffice. I need it in kanji characters.
 
Please send me any resources if you can think of any. I've worn out
Google!
 
Thanks to all!
 
James
 
 
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