LINGUIST List 6.1138

Mon Aug 21 1995

Qs: Linguistics & the internet, Bigrams, Eng Parser/Tagger

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  2. andy lloyd, Phoneme bigrams
  3. "Marc Eisinger (+33 (1, English Parser/Tagger

Message 1: Linguistic impact of the internet

Date: Sun, 20 Aug 1995 23:32:43 Linguistic impact of the internet
From: <br00293bingsuns.cc.binghamton.edu>
Subject: Linguistic impact of the internet

I am very interested in studying the linguistic impact of the internet.
However, I have not been able to locate a PhD program or professor that
shares my interest. I have also found it difficult to locate any
published materials on the topic (besides the occasional NY Times
article). I'm hoping for some direction.

 Bill Miller
 br00293bingsuns.cc.binghamton.edu
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Message 2: Phoneme bigrams

Date: Mon, 21 Aug 1995 10:29:30 Phoneme bigrams
From: andy lloyd <ajl100mailer.york.ac.uk>
Subject: Phoneme bigrams

 I am new to this list so I would like to say hello. I am working on speech
comprehension in the Psychology dept at York University. Specifically I am
looking at prosody and word boundary detection. I have a request. Does anyone
know where I can get a list of phoneme bigram (and trigram possibly)
frequencies in English. All the counts that I have found are for letter
bigrams not phonemes. Can you help? Thanks very much,

 Andy Lloyd

Andy Lloyd Tel: 0904 433159
Psychology Department Fax: 0904 433181
University of York
York YO1 5DD Email:ajl100tower.york.ac.uk
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Message 3: English Parser/Tagger

Date: Mon, 21 Aug 1995 13:04:28 English Parser/Tagger
From: "Marc Eisinger (+33 (1 <eisingerVNET.IBM.COM>
Subject: English Parser/Tagger

I'm looking for a good lemmatizer for English and/or a
lemmatized corpus. Any hints ? Thanks in advance.
Marc
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