[Humanist] 25.404 new publication: LLC 26.4 for December

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        Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2011 11:52:58 +0100
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        Subject: Lit Linguist Computing for December 2011; Vol. 26, No. 4




Literary and Linguistic Computing Table of Contents Alert

A new issue of Literary and Linguistic Computing
 is available online: December 2011; Vol. 26, No. 4
The below Table of Contents is available online at:
http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/content/vol26/issue4/index.dtl?etoc

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Original Articles
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	Richard J. Evans
	Comparing methods for the syntactic simplification of sentences in 
	information extraction
    371-388

	Peter Garrard, Anne-Marie Haigh, and Celeste de Jager
	Techniques for transcribers: assessing and improving consistency in 
	transcripts of spoken language
	389-405

	Andrew Kane and Frank Wm. Tompa
	Janus: the intertextuality search engine for the electronic Manipulus 
	florum project
	407-415
	
	Katia Lida Kermanidis
	Linguistic steganography with knowledge-poor paraphrase generation
	417-434

	Xuan Le, Ian Lancashire, Graeme Hirst, and Regina Jokel
	Longitudinal detection of dementia through lexical and syntactic changes 
	in writing: a case study of three British novelists
	435-461

	Elena Pierazzo
	A rationale of digital documentary editions
	463-477

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Reviews
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	Bela Hollosy
	Data Processing and Management for Quantitative Linguistics with 
	FoxPro.Fengxiang Fan.
	479-481

	Carlos Monroy
	Expressive Processing: Digital Fictions, Computer Games, and Software 
	Studies. Noah Wardrip-Fruin.
	481-483

	David Robey
	L'umanista digitale. * Teresa Numerico, Domenico Fiormonte and Francesca 
	Tomasi.
	483-484

	Vincent Vandeghinste
	Learning Machine Translation. * Cyril Goutte, Nicola Cancedda, Marc 
	Dymetman, and George Foster
	484-486



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