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LINGUIST List 19.1681

Tue May 27 2008

Diss: Translation: Quiroz: 'Los sintagmas nominales extensos especi...'

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Message 1: Los sintagmas nominales extensos especializados en inglés y en español: descripción y clasificación en un corpus de genoma
Date: 25-May-2008
From: Gabriel Quiroz <gabriel.quirozgmail.com>
Subject: Los sintagmas nominales extensos especializados en inglés y en español: descripción y clasificación en un corpus de genoma
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Institution: Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Program: Linguistic Sciences and Applied Linguistics
Dissertation Status: Completed
Degree Date: 2008

Author: Gabriel Quiroz

Dissertation Title: Los sintagmas nominales extensos especializados en inglés y en español: descripción y clasificación en un corpus de genoma

Linguistic Field(s): Translation

Subject Language(s): English (eng)
                            Spanish (spa)

Dissertation Director:
Mercè Lorente

Dissertation Abstract:

In this doctoral thesis, long specialized noun phrases of more than three
tokens are described and classified in English and Spanish specialized
genome corpora in expert-to-expert communication.

In short, the phenomena analyzed in this thesis can be basically summarized
as: a) the study of the complex premodification of noun phrases in English;
b) the study of the postmodification in Spanish; c) the analysis of the
correlation between the semantic structures and lexical categories; d) the
semantic trends of noun phrases in regard to classes and patterns; e) the
behavior of long noun phrases in specialized dictionaries and reference
corpora; f) and finally, the translation trends of this kind of noun
phrases in a parallel corpus.

The behavior and the regularities found in this study would allow
professionals of the English and Spanish languages to have a tool to
suitably solve noun phrases with long premodification.



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