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LINGUIST List 19.1499

Tue May 06 2008

Qs: Specified Grammatical Features in CQP Form?

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        1.    steve steinberg, Specified Grammatical Features in CQP Form?


Message 1: Specified Grammatical Features in CQP Form?
Date: 04-May-2008
From: steve steinberg <stevesteinberg.org>
Subject: Specified Grammatical Features in CQP Form?
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I am looking for a library of queries/macros that formally specify a large
set of English grammatical features. For example, I would love to find
Biber's famous 67 grammatical features defined in CQP (corpus query
processor) form.

But I'm not that picky. The format could be tgrep2, TIGERsearch, Nooj, etc.
And instead of Biber's list, it could be any reasonably comprehensive list
of grammatical features.

What's important is that they are a) formally defined, and b) reasonably
comprehensive. This would seem like a simple thing to find, but I've
searched high and low for quite some time with absolutely no success.

Your help would be very much appreciated.

Thanks,
Steve

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
                            Text/Corpus Linguistics

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