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        Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2013 09:13:59 +0000
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        Subject: Lit Linguist Computing Table of Contents for Special Issue 'Dialectometry': April 2013; Vol. 28, No. 1


Literary and Linguistic Computing Table of Contents Alert
Special Issue "Dialectometry"
Vol. 28, No. 1
April 2013

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  In Memoriam Lisa Lena Opas-Hänninen (1957–2013)
  Lit Linguist Computing 2013 28: 1

  Dialectometry++
  John Nerbonne and William A. Kretzschmar, Jr
  Lit Linguist Computing 2013 28: 2-12

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  Defining dialect regions with interpretations: Advancing the 
  multidimensional scaling approach
  Sheila Embleton, Dorin Uritescu, and Eric S. Wheeler
  Lit Linguist Computing 2013 28: 13-22

  ‘DiaTech’: A new tool for dialectology
  Gotzon Aurrekoetxea, Karmele Fernandez-Aguirre, Jesús Rubio, Borja Ruiz, 
  and Jon Sánchez
  Lit Linguist Computing 2013 28: 23-30

  Analyzing phonetic variation in the traditional English dialects: 
  Simultaneously clustering dialects and phonetic features
  Martijn Wieling, Robert G. Shackleton, Jr., and John Nerbonne
  Lit Linguist Computing 2013 28: 31-41

  Variation of verbal constructions in Estonian dialects
  Kristel Uiboaed, Cornelius Hasselblatt, Liina Lindström, Kadri Muischnek,
  and John Nerbonne
  Lit Linguist Computing 2013 28: 42-62

  Lexical meaning and spatial distribution. Evidence from geostatistical 
  dialectometry
  Simon Pickl
  Lit Linguist Computing 2013 28: 63-81

  A statistical comparison of regional phonetic and lexical variation in 
  American English
  Jack Grieve
  Lit Linguist Computing 2013 28: 82-107

  Detecting structures in linguistic maps—Fuzzy clustering for pattern 
  recognition in geostatistical dialectometry
  Simon Pröll
  Lit Linguist Computing 2013 28: 108-118

  Linguistic advergence and divergence in north-western Catalan: A 
  dialectometric investigation of dialect leveling and border effects
  Esteve Valls, Martijn Wieling, and John Nerbonne
  Lit Linguist Computing 2013 28: 119-146

  Dynamic cartography with diachronic data: Dialectal stratigraphy
  Maria-Pilar Perea
  Lit Linguist Computing 2013 28: 147-156

  Synchronic patterns of Tuscan phonetic variation and diachronic change: 
  Evidence from a dialectometric study
  Simonetta Montemagni, Martijn Wieling, Bob de Jonge, and John Nerbonne
  Lit Linguist Computing 2013 28: 157-172

  Scaled measurement of geographic and social speech data
  William A. Kretzschmar, Jr, Brendan A. Kretzschmar, and Irene M. Brockman
  Lit Linguist Computing 2013 28: 173-187





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