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Summary Details


Query:   Chinese word frequency list
Author:  dhang dhang
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Morphology
Syntax
Text/Corpus Linguistics

Summary:   I POSTED A QUESTION ABOUT WORD FRENQUENCY LIST IN CHINESE MORE THAN A MONTH
AGO. HERE IS A SUMMARY OF WHAT I GOT. SORRY ABOUT THE DELAY. I WOULD LIKE
TO THANK WILLIAM E. DUNCAN, JEFFREY, J. HAYDEN, MARJORIE CHAN AND CHRIS
WEN-CHAO LI FOR THE INFORMATION.

1. WILLIAM DUNCAN SUGGESTED THAT II DO A WEB SEARCH FOR JUN DA'S CHARACTER
LISTS
AT MTSU.EDU. HERE IS WHAT I FOUND:

HTTP://LINGUA.MTSU.EDU/CHINESE-COMPUTING/STATISTICS/

2. THIS IS FROM JEFFREY HAYDEN:

XIANDAI HANYU ZI4PIN2 TONGJIBIAO. (1987). GUOJIA YUYAN WENZI
GONGZUO WEIYUANHUI & GUOJIA BIAOZHUN JU (EDS.).

LL Issue: 13.901
Date Posted: 01-Apr-2002
Original Query: Read original query