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  • other research product . corpus . 2020
    Open Access Czech
    Authors:
    Cinková, Silvie; Škvrňák, Jan;
    Publisher: Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics (UFAL)

    Titles of courses possibly relevant to the Digital Humanities for 2017-2018, manually gathered from course catalogues of most Czech state colleges, including the names of the teachers, department and school names, and the school-unique course IDs. All this information w...

  • other research product . corpus . 2016
    Authors:
    Janda, Laura A. (UiT, The Arctic University of Norway); Antonsen, Lene (UiT, The Arctic University of Norway);
    Publisher: DataverseNO

    North Saami is replacing the use of possessive suffixes on nouns with a morphologically simpler analytic construction. Our data (>2K examples culled from >.5M words) track this change through three generations and parameters of semantics, syntax, and geography. Intense ...

  • other research product . corpus . 2015
    Authors:
    Antonsen, Lene (UiT, The Arctic University of Norway); Janda, Laura A. (UiT, The Arctic University of Norway);
    Publisher: DataverseNO

    We present an analysis of nearly 4K examples of possessive constructions extracted from nearly 0.7M words of North Saami prose representing works of authors born in three time periods (1870-1927, 1947-1957, 1972-1983), plus a recent (1998) translation of the New Testame...

  • other research product . corpus . 2014
    Authors:
    Berdicevskis, Aleksandrs (UiT The Arctic University of Norway); Eckhoff, Hanne (UiT The Arctic University of Norway);
    Publisher: DataverseNO

    A linguistic profile is a frequency distribution of occurrences of a linguistic item across a given parameter. Containing useful quantitative information about an item's usage, a profile can help to discover fundamental properties of the item. Here we focus on verbal co...

  • other research product . corpus . 2014
    Authors:
    Endresen, Anna (UiT The Arctic University of Norway);
    Publisher: DataverseNO

    Abstract: This dissertation challenges the traditional idealized model of allomorphy by confronting it with comprehensive data on 15 Russian aspectual prefixes (RAZ-, RAS-, RAZO-, S-, SO-, PERE-, PRE-, VZ-, VOZ-, O-, OB-, OBO-, U-, VY-, IZ-) collected from corpus and li...

  • other research product . corpus . 2014
    Authors:
    Berdicevskis, Aleksandrs (UiT The Arctic University of Norway); Zvereva, Vera (University of Edinburgh);
    Publisher: DataverseNO

    All the data were taken from the website udaff.com (the center of the padonki culture and one of the cradles of the Olbanian language), from the section kreativy ('creative stories') where users upload their own short stories. This is one of the oldest and most importan...

  • other research product . corpus . 2014
    Authors:
    Janda, Laura A. (UiT The Arctic University of Norway);
    Publisher: DataverseNO

    Publication abstract: We claim that Russian verbal prefixes always express meaning, even when they are used to form the perfective partners of aspectual pairs. The prefixes in verbs like написать/na-pisat’ ‘write’ and сварить/s-varit’ ‘cook’ have a semantic purpose, eve...

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