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Contributions to the Science of Text and Language

Contributions to the Science of Text and Language

Required reading for computational linguists, this work contains a series of important contributions to the science of language, focusing on the study of word length. The book includes an introduction to the history and state of the art of word length studies. The studies included unify contributions from three crucial fields of study in linguistics: linguistics and text analysis, mathematics and statistics, and corpus and database design. Together they provide a comprehensive approach to the quantitative study of text and language.

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and language varieties. The present investigation is a contribution to the G ̈ottingen project. The G ̈ottingen project has so far been concerned especially with the distribution of word lengths in texts. The background to the project ...

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