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Message 1: Philosophical aspects of corpus linguistics

Date: Sat, 02 Nov 1996 18:00:25 +0100
From: Mika Pohto <pohtoling.helsinki.fi>
Subject: Philosophical aspects of corpus linguistics
Thanks for your contribution. I've listed below the references I got.

Aarts & Meijs (eds.) Theory and Practice in Corpus Linguistics.
Amsterdam Rodopi 1990.

Rens Bod, 1995. Enriching Linguistics with Statistics: Performance
Models of Natural Language, ILLC Dissertation Series 1995-14,
University of Amsterdam
(ftp://ftp.fwi.uva.nl/pub/theory/illc/dissertations/DS-95-14.text.ps.gz).


Antoine Culioli, in particular some of the articles in English in
"Pour une linguistique de l'inonciation" Tome 1,(Ophrys,
Paris,1990)

International Journal of Corpus Linguistics (1996, Amsterdam: John
Benjamins) 'Corpus Linguistics for Theory and Practice'.

Torbjvrn Lager, A logical approach to computational corpus
linguistics. 1995, Gvteborg.
http://www.ling.gu.se/~lager/taglog.html

McEnery and Wilson, Corpus Linguistics. Edinburgh 1996.

Michael Stubbs: Text and Corpus Analysis. Blackwell, Oxford, '96

Svartvik, Directions in Corpus Linguistics, Mouton de Gruyter 1992

 book{barhillel1964,
 author = "Yehoshuah {Bar-Hillel}",
 title = "Language and Information",
 publisher = "Addison-Wesley",
 year = "1964"
 }

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Mika Pohto
pohtoling.helsinki.fi
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