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of using toponyms with the connotation inherent in biblicalism in translations of poetic works of the Ukrainian writer I. ... A comparative analysis of Russian and English translations clearly shows the discrepancies in the choice of translation strategies that were used in relation to these onyms by Russian and English translators ... The use of quantitative analysis allows for a more accurate and in-depth analysis of text units, to track the frequency and nature of their use in texts, to build the concept of analysis and clearly trace ...doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202021706010 fatcat:7yzayv7khnhvxffxwu56szx3pm
The article presents an onomastic study of the functioning of the toponym Ukraine in the texts of twenty Ukrainian prose works about the national-liberation movement of the first half of the twentieth ... The quantitative uses of variants of the toponym Ukraine in the texts of twenty Ukrainian works, the motivation of the names and their structural features have been established. ... It also was focused on the difference of usage of the name Ukraine in the 15 fiction works and 5 texts of the victim's memoirs ( Table 1) . ...doi:10.21303/2504-5571.2020.001314 fatcat:qfe244ol2vc5hkxut6to454uze
in communication vs communication in text, literary text analysis, Marxist-Leninist framework; 9003890 Wittgensteinian philosophical semantics/ Marxist history theory, val- vue preservation/moral life ... Pinana’s Le parole di una valle: Dialetto, gergo e toponimia della Val Verzasca (The Speech of a Valley: Dialect, Jargon, and Toponymy of the Val Verzasco) re- viewed; 9004071 title/topic/theme/text relationship ...
The main contribution of this research is to study Twitter usage characteristics of users based in different geographic locations during disasters. ... Additionally, there are significant and complex differences in user and usage characteristics, but a high performance for the Naïve Bayes classifier even when applied to data from a different geographic ... Purves is concerned with methods to analyze and understand geography through a range of different approaches, including the analysis of user generated content and text more generally. ...doi:10.1080/10095020.2017.1371903 fatcat:mp33ktv2ijfglb25ayz25odbeq
reallife communication, in literary texts attain pre-eminent value. ... Though toponyms in literature predominantly refer to places that actually exist, they are also apt to perform additional functions ... But be they invented or taken from reality, toponyms perform important functions in the literary text, first of all to establish the fictional space. ...doi:10.34158/onoma.53/2018/6 fatcat:fstvimvswrd2dl4uav57sy3fbe
Results of text and data-mining show that coordinate-geotagging users of Twitter and Facebook, (a) make fewer references to place in their message text, (b) link to articles making fewer mentions of place ... Many more records (about 25%) make toponymic mention of place. ... Professor Kalina Bontcheva and colleagues at the University of Sheffield provided invaluable assistance in the use of GATE and GATEcloud natural language processing software. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.3628879 fatcat:32v3labfebardnmz3vd6axatb4
Often anthroponyms and toponyms of the second group have also evaluative features in order to position the character of the work as good or bad. ... The analyzed nouns are characterized by a broad representation of common vocabulary, allusiveness, internal semantics. ... tokens used in the texts of children's literature. ...doi:10.23856/4011 fatcat:z4jfjx4x55f3rl3ex3yngwsslu
Taylor’s “A Gram- mar of Blackfoot” data source; 8905165 English/ Navajo literacy use, Navajo Reservation; ethnographic frame- work; 8906134 Greenberg, J., Language in the Americas, L. ... 8904161 Vedic Sanskrit pronominal fronting, generalized phrase structure grammar vs lexical-functional frameworks; 8905632 Number American English personal pronouns/possessive adjectives, recent form/usage ...
The article discusses exotic lexical units in the text of E. Hemingway's novel "For Whom the Bell Tolls", their usage and functioning. ... the role and significance of frequent usage of these lexical units in the novel is grounded. ... Moreover, it is very important to define and characterize the role of Spanish exotic lexemes in E. Hemingway's text, their place and function in it. ...doi:10.18454/rulb.2018.16.4.3 fatcat:e766psqwjvgjzcj2nfsowwpzzy
The proposed approach does not involve matching references in the text against entries in a gazetteer, instead directly predicting geo-spatial coordinates. ... Multiple inputs are considered in the neural network architecture (e.g., the surrounding words are considered in combination with the toponym to disambiguate), using pre-trained contextual word embeddings ... The funders also had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the or in the decision to publish the results. ...doi:10.3390/ijgi11010028 fatcat:g7nfjp33bffvhdi5wp24qrefya
In particular, geography plays a key role in the news, and enabling geographic retrieval of news articles involves recognizing the textual references to geographic locations (called toponyms) present in ... Toponym recognition in news is often accomplished with algorithms designed and tested around small corpora of news articles, but these static collections do not reflect the streaming nature of online news ... In addition, a better measure for how frequently toponyms occur in text would be the ratio of toponyms to words, which would better account for variations in news article length. ...doi:10.1145/2009916.2010029 dblp:conf/sigir/LiebermanS11 fatcat:c54odfqjfvdxvcf23lvmmpbsi4
For example, the spatial extent of the ad hoc spatial expression "north of" or "50 minutes away from" in relation to the toponym "Dayton, OH" refers to an ambiguous, imprecise area, requiring translation ... Typically such spatial expressions fill in unestablished areas with new toponyms for finer spatial referents. ... Dealing with ad hoc spatial expressions as linguistic variables  captures the inherent fuzziness of the referents reflecting day to day usage. ...arXiv:1906.04960v1 fatcat:4tmkv4o6avdfbilw34rq2fo6oq
The basic assumption of our approach is that proper names are linguistic units of text that should be treated using the same methods that are applied to text in its totality. ... In this paper we present a linguistic approach to the analysis of proper names. ... However, the appropriate usage of the immediate context can solve most of these problems. The usage of these methods is outside the scope of this paper. ...doi:10.1075/li.30.1.08vit fatcat:ne7j3uco6zhvpa7omwd2t2jp44
attention to the working process of the Terminological Commission and its results, allows to interactively participate in its activities -the public is involved in the search of yearly nominees, as well ... Since 2003 Latvia nominates every year the Word of the Year, the Anti-Word of the Year and the Saying of the Year. ... The Saying -ņēma un uzmeta, which became folklore characterizing the trend of Latvian language in written in spoken texts to compile strange incompatible forms. ...doi:10.7816/ulakbilge-01-02-06 fatcat:jihn67mnhje6llvwml3vg27hbi
Harris’s transformational-generative theory application; 9206181 transformational-generative grammar standard theory explanations, early scientific stages characterization; 9206236 ... empirical data; left-hemisphere-damaged fluent/ nonfluent aphasics/right-hemisphere-damaged nonaphasics (corti- cal/subcortical lesions) /normal controls; 9207452 the other (day/night), American English usage ...
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