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by Christopher S. Butler,David Crystal,Keith Johnson

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Author:
Christopher S. Butler,David Crystal,Keith Johnson
ISBN13:
978-0631163824
ISBN:
0631163824
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Publisher:
Blackwell Pub; Writing in Book edition (February 1, 1992)
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Programming Languages
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Items related to Computers and Written Texts (Applied Written Texts) . Published by Blackwell Pub (1992).

Items related to Computers and Written Texts (Applied Written Texts):. ISBN 13: 9780631163824. It considers the growing use of extensive computer-readable corpora of text and the use of such corpora and of the computation techniques in dictionary compilation.

Assuming no prior familiarity with the field, this book provides an introductory survey of the computational study of written texts

Assuming no prior familiarity with the field, this book provides an introductory survey of the computational study of written texts.

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A 2019 revision by David Crystal and Derek Davy of the book first published in 1976 .

A 2019 revision by David Crystal and Derek Davy of the book first published in 1976 and long out-of-print.

British linguist and writer.

In this book, David Crystal argues the reverse: that the Internet has . Werry, Christopher C. 1996 Oral and written linguistic aspects of computer conferencing: a corpus based study. In Herring (e., 30–46.

Werry, Christopher C. 1996. Linguistic and interactional features of Internet Relay Chat., 47–63. Oral and written linguistic aspects of computer conferencing: a corpus based study.