LINGUIST List 6.1501

Wed Oct 25 1995

Qs: Chinese, Eng/Japanese, Indexing programs, Perception tests

Editor for this issue: Ann Dizdar <dizdartam2000.tamu.edu>


Directory

  1. Yuk Man Carine Yiu, CDT
  2. , english <---> japanese dictionary
  3. , indexing WEB pages or mail
  4. Phil Harrison, infant testing visual reinforcement

Message 1: CDT

Date: Tue, 24 Oct 1995 18:53:32 CDT
From: Yuk Man Carine Yiu <umyiucc.UManitoba.CA>
Subject: CDT

I am interested in any references for the following topics: (1)
quantification in Chinese, (2) the so called `plural marker' -men in
Chinese, (3) binding theory in Chinese, (4) specificity effect in
Chinese, (5) definiteness effect in Chinese, (6) wh-movement and relative
clause in Chinese.
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Message 2: english <---> japanese dictionary

Date: Wed, 25 Oct 1995 15:07:31 english <---> japanese dictionary
From: <savronworld-net.sct.fr>
Subject: english <---> japanese dictionary

Could someone point me to an electronic english <---> japanese
dictionary .

By the way , could someone tell me how is it possible to tokenize a
japanese word to find its translation in a dictionary , I would like
to make a very simple translator to help me understand the meaning of
a text contained in a WEB page .

Thanks
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Message 3: indexing WEB pages or mail

Date: Wed, 25 Oct 1995 15:07:31 indexing WEB pages or mail
From: <savronworld-net.sct.fr>
Subject: indexing WEB pages or mail

I'd like to find an indexing program to analyse the flood of data i'm
getting thru the mail or when I make a WEB scan

Could someone point me :
 --- to a WINDOWS program which does this
 --- else to a LINUX version
 --- else to the source code of such a program

Thanks
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Message 4: infant testing visual reinforcement

Date: Wed, 25 Oct 1995 16:59:43 infant testing visual reinforcement
From: Phil Harrison <phillinguistics.ucl.ac.uk>
Subject: infant testing visual reinforcement

Dear All,

I'm planning some infant speech perception tests using visual reinforcement. It
has been established that fluffy percussionists (drumming rabbits, cymbal
playing bears...) are very acceptable to us when we are six or eight months
old. Unfortunately, such toys are currently unobtainable in the London stores,
either new or as antiques.All they have are "flipping dogs", which are far too
athletic for this purpose.

If anyone should know where I might find a more restrained (battery driven)
creature, I would be most grateful.

With best wishes
Phil Harrison
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