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Confs: Text/Corpus Linguistics/Switzerland

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Message 1: Corpus Linguistics: Quantitative/qualitative analysis
Date: 19-Mar-2011
From: Daniel Elmiger Daniel Elmiger <daniel.elmigerunine.ch>
Subject: Corpus Linguistics: Quantitative/qualitative analysis
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Corpus Linguistics: Quantitative/qualitative analysis

Date: 13-May-2011 - 13-May-2011
Location: Neuchatel, Switzerland
Contact: Daniel Elmiger
Contact Email: daniel.elmigerunine.ch

Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Corpus linguistics - From quantitative analysis to qualitative interpretation

Friday, Mai 13th 2011, 9:00h - ca. 18:00h, Deutsches Institut, Universität
Neuenburg / CH Universität Neuenburg, Faculté des lettres et sciences
humaines (FLSH), Espace Louis-Agassiz 1, CH-2000 Neuchâtel, room
R.0.14

Die Tagung soll - im Sinne einer Zwischenbilanz - der Frage nachgehen,
wie die riesigen Datenmengen, welche etwa das Verfahren der
Kookkurrenzanalyse im Lexikon-Syntax-Kontinuum zutage fördert, für die
empirische Fundierung, Ver- besserung und Aktualisierung von
linguistischen Aussagen fruchtbar gemacht werden können. Anhand von
konkreten Beispielen soll aufgezeigt werden, wie die Kombination von
automatisch-quantitativen mit qualitativ-interpretativen Analyseverfahren zu
neuen, empirisch abgesicherten Erkenntnissen führt.

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Le présent colloque s'interroge, en guise de bilan intermédiaire, sur la
possibilité de rendre opératoire et utile l'utilisation d'un très grand nombre
de données, telles qu'elles sont nécessaires par exemple pour l'analyse des
cooccurrences dans le continuum lexique-syntaxe, pour le fondement
empirique, l'amélioration et l'actualisation d'assertions linguistiques. À l'aide
d'exemples concrets, il s'agira de montrer comment la combinaison de
moyens d'analyse quantitatives et automatiques ainsi que qualitatives et
interprétatives permet de faire émerger des résultats nouveaux, étayés
empiriquement.

Uwe Quasthoff: Automatisierte Korpusstatistiken - Der lange Weg zur
statistikbasierten Typologie
Universität Leipzig Institut für Informatik, Abteilung Automatische
Sprachverarbeitung

Jacques Savoy: Who wrote this novel? Authorship attribution across three
languages Université de Neuchâtel Chaire de computational linguistics

Tony McEnery: [Titel] University of Lancaster

Hans Bickel: Deutsche Varietäten in Internetkorpora - eine kleine
Entwicklungsgeschichte Deutsches
Seminar, Universität Basel

Noah Bubenhofer: Die Daten sprechen lassen? Quantitative und qualitative
Methoden der Korpuspragmatik
IDS Mannheim Abteilung Grammatik

Kathrin Steyer: Usuelle Wortverbindungen als verfestigte Muster des
Sprachgebrauchs. Zur qualitativen
Interpretation syntagmatischer Kookkurrenzprofile
IDS Mannheim

Anton Näf: Auf den digitalen Spuren eines Verbs, das nicht im Duden steht
Université de Neuchâtel Deutsches Institut



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