[Humanist] 25.44 publications: Quantitative Linguistics; LLC

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  [1]   From:    "oxfordjournals-mailer at alerts.stanford.edu"               (63)
        Subject: Lit Linguist Computing Table of Contents for June 2011; Vol.
                26,No. 2

  [2]   From:    RAM-Verlag <RAM-Verlag at t-online.de>                       (32)
        Subject: Studies in Quantitative Linguistics 10: " The Lambda
                Structure ofTexts"


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        Date: Mon, 23 May 2011 08:28:15 +0100
        From: "oxfordjournals-mailer at alerts.stanford.edu"
        Subject: Lit Linguist Computing Table of Contents for June 2011; Vol. 26,No. 2


Literary and Linguistic Computing Table of Contents Alert

A new issue of Literary and Linguistic Computing is available online:
June 2011; Vol. 26, No. 2

	URL: http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/content/vol26/issue2/index.dtl?etoc

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Original Articles
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  	Yoko Iyeiri, Michiko Yaguchi, and Yasumasa Baba
	Principal component analysis of turn-initial words in spoken interactions

  	Defeng Li, Chunling Zhang, and Kanglong Liu
	Translation Style and Ideology: a Corpus-assisted Analysis of two English 
	Translations of Hongloumeng

  	Tanja Saily, Terttu Nevalainen, and Harri Siirtola
	Variation in noun and pronoun frequencies in a sociohistorical corpus of 
	English

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Editorial
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  	Stuart Dunn
	Introduction to the Special Section on Digital Objects: digital objects, 
	digital humanities--Questions, Processes, and Outputs

  	Mona Hess, Francesca Simon Millar, Stuart Robson, Sally MacDonald, 
  	Graeme Were, and Ian Brown
	Well Connected to Your Digital Object? E-Curator: A Web-based e-Science 
	Platform for Museum Artefacts

  	Leta Hunt, Marilyn Lundberg, and Bruce Zuckerman
	Getting beyond the common denominator

  	Segolene M. Tarte
	Papyrological investigations: transferring perception and interpretation 
	into the digital world

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Review
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  	Nicola Bozzi
	Designing Media * Bill Moggridge.



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        Date: Sat, 21 May 2011 14:45:55 +0100
        From: RAM-Verlag <RAM-Verlag at t-online.de>
        Subject: Studies in Quantitative Linguistics 10: " The Lambda Structure ofTexts"


Just published ( 2011 )

Studies in Quantitative Linguistics 10: "The Lambda Structure of Texts"

180 pages

ISBN 978-3-942303-05-7

Published by: RAM-Verlag ( www.ram-verlag.de<blocked::http://www.ram-verlag.de/> )

Author: Ioan-Iovitz Popescu, Radek Cech, Gabriel Altmann

Contents: See attachement please.

The book is available as

Printed edition: EUR 45.00 plus PP

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Internet (download PDF-file): 15.00 EUR.

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