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Argumentation in the 2016 US presidential elections: annotated corpora of television debates and social media reaction

Jacky Visser, Barbara Konat, Rory Duthie, Marcin Koszowy, Katarzyna Budzynska, Chris Reed
2019 Language Resources and Evaluation  
These two constitutive parts of the corpora are integrated by means of the intertextual correspondence between them.  ...  The rhetorical richness and high argument density of the communicative context results in cross-genre corpora that are robust resources for the study of the dialogical dynamics of argumentation in three  ...  The four new sub-corpora can be accessed on AIFdb Corpora as outlined before-e.g., www.corpora.aifdb.org/US2016itc for the sub-corpus containing all intertextual correspondence annotation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10579-019-09446-8 fatcat:mfetpcoltfarfadzsm4rije72m

A Corpus-Based Contrastive Critical Genre Analysis of Universities' Introductory Discourses

YU Weiwei
2018 Journalism and Mass Communication  
Secondly, it studies from the discursive dimension from intertextuality and interdiscursivity.  ...  Finally, the social cultural perspective study will be given about the corresponding social cultural interpretation on the differences between Chinese and global universities' introduction discourses.  ...  This just corresponds with the use of "Our" and "We".  ... 
doi:10.17265/2160-6579/2018.05.005 fatcat:zfezsei6orh3jouwr2kobxztom

Gilquin, Gaëtanelle, Szilvia Papp, and María Belén Díez-Bedmar (eds.). 2008. Linking up contrastive and learner corpus research. Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi

Signe Oksefjell Ebeling
2009 NJES: Nordic Journal of English studies  
making comparisons across corpora or sub-corpora.  ...  Osborne concludes his article by wishing for more learner corpora to be developed, in order to carry out studies that cover even more aspects of interlanguage.  ... 
doi:10.35360/njes.205 fatcat:bhgxpoz3qngcvhhbx25amqstyy

Page 248 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 35, Issue 2 [page]

2003 Behavior Research Methods  
In summary, LSA cosines should be highest for each benchmark that corresponds to the reading strategy that a reader is using.  ...  these two corpora.  ... 

Rhetorical functions of citations in linguistics research articles: A contrastive (English-Czech) study

Olga Dontcheva-Navratilova
2016 Discourse and Interaction  
The reasons for these divergences are related to the intended readership and the linguacultural context in which Anglophone and Czech linguists strive to construct their identities as members of the global  ...  functions of citations and their distribution across the generic moves of research articles by Anglophone and Czech linguists indicates that there are divergences in the strategies they use to create intertextual  ...  For instance, Thompson and Tribble (2001) combine formal and functional criteria in their classifi cation of integral and non-integral citations, where integral citations are categorized on the basis  ... 
doi:10.5817/di2016-2-51 fatcat:pr7psqkdhbhevkabp7iwhdkfqi

Database System for Archiving the Literary Structure of the Bible

Hajime Murai
2015 Journal of the Japanese Association for Digital Humanities  
This web-based program will be combined with an existing digital archive system that can manage intertextuality data.  ...  In the future, this method will be developed as the basis for semantic analysis of larger units.  ...  were integrated into a digital archive system for the Bible (Murai and Tokosumi 2007; Murai 2010; Murai 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.17928/jjadh.1.1_44 fatcat:bl4tt5eidrfq3cakxrkteewfim

Aspects of Text Mining From Computational Semiotics to Systemic Functional Hypertexts

Alexander Mehler
2001 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
Text linkage refers to the exploration of implicit, content based relations of texts (and their annotation as typed links in corpora possibly organised as hypertexts).  ...  (1999) for an overview of methods for text categorisation.  ...  This kind of intertexhiality goes beyond similarity, since it is based on generic integrity of both texts: they are integrated into the same social process.  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v8i2.249 fatcat:4dgunsjfyjhatku2vsjwi22dwq

Intertextual Episodes in Lectures: A Classification from the Perspective of Incidental Learning from Reading

Philip Shaw, Aileen Irvine, Hans Malmström, Diane Pecorari
2017 Hermes - Journal of Language and Communication Studies  
Such references were called 'intertextual episodes'. Seven preliminary categories of intertextual episode were identified.  ...  A corpus of lectures in English for mainly L1 English students (from BASE and MICASE) was examined for the types of reference to reading which occur, classified by their potential usefulness for access  ...  very similar across the two corpora.  ... 
doi:10.7146/hjlcb.v23i45.97352 fatcat:awcqfpjcubh2rj3glftvjowmay

Cicero's corpus and Petrarch's ankle. The theory of imitation and its practices

Rita Maria Marnoto
2020 Humanitas  
Then, tree main methodological ways to study the relationship between texts as corpora are presented: semiosphere, intertextuality, and reception theory.  ...  This article focuses on the centrality provided to auctores and texts as corpora, in the framework of Francesco Petrarch and the theory of imitation by the humanists.  ...  Intertextuality The concept of intertextuality was used by Julia Kristeva and some French critics in the 1960s.  ... 
doi:10.14195/2183-1718_76_4 fatcat:3qmepwj6vvauvn5727jwwno6cq

The use of technology in translation work placements

Olga Torres-Hostench
2013 Tradumàtica tecnologies de la traducció  
This article is not a research work but a "food for thought" exercise for students, tutors and work placement coordinators in order to make technology visible and show that technological competences are  ...  inseparable from the other professional competences identified by the expert group for the European Master's in Translation.  ...  I aimed to integrate technology in a list of professional competences for translators.  ... 
doi:10.5565/rev/tradumatica.50 fatcat:qqqsmjxrafbznowiuaj4jrij2e

From Topic Networks to Distributed Cognitive Maps: Zipfian Topic Universes in the Area of Volunteered Geographic Information

Alexander Mehler, Rüdiger Gleim, Regina Gaitsch, Wahed Hemati, Tolga Uslu
2020 Complexity  
In this article, we transfer this research question in the field of lexical encoding of geographic information onto the level of intertextuality.  ...  To investigate this, we introduce Multiplex Topic Networks (MTN), which we automatically derive from Linguistic Multilayer Networks (LMN) as a novel model, especially of thematic networking in text corpora  ...  , whereas for LMNs generated from corpora of different genres this does not apply.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/4607025 fatcat:5nfclizvpvgnrhp5kmouf5w6rm

From Topic Networks to Distributed Cognitive Maps: Zipfian Topic Universes in the Area of Volunteered Geographic Information [article]

Alexander Mehler and Rüdiger Gleim and Regina Gaitsch and Wahed Hemati and Tolga Uslu
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In this article we transfer this research question in the field of lexical encoding of geographic information onto the level of intertextuality.  ...  To investigate this we introduce Multiplex Topic Networks (MTN), which we automatically derive from Linguistic Multilayer Networks (LMN) as a novel model, especially of thematic networking in text corpora  ...  , whereas for LMNs generated from corpora of di erent genres this does not apply.  ... 
arXiv:2002.01454v1 fatcat:yioihwqijrdzzmoz2aesfwol2q

Citation Practices in the Literature Review: A Contrastive Study of Sudanese and British Applied Linguistics Ph.D. Theses

Nauman Al Amin Ali
2016 World Journal of English Language  
Results indicate that the densedeployment of citations and the predilection both corpora have for integral structures, verbatim quotations andpresent active Discourse reporting verbs are largely dictated  ...  The Discussion isilluminated through extensive quotations from the two corpora.  ...  The propensity both corpora have for integral citations is consistent with related studies.  ... 
doi:10.5430/wjel.v6n4p25 fatcat:db2wg3zrz5bibj4acwrunuvqty

Semi-automated fact-checking of nucleotide sequence reagents in biomedical research publications: The Seek & Blastn tool

Cyril Labbé, Natalie Grima, Thierry Gautier, Bertrand Favier, Jennifer A. Byrne, Suzannah Rutherford
2019 PLoS ONE  
A total of 38/39 (97.4%) or 31/79 (39.2%) Seek & Blastn predictions of incorrect nucleotide sequence reagent use were correct in the two literature corpora.  ...  From previously described and unknown corpora of 48 and 155 publications, respectively, Seek & Blastn correctly extracted 304/342 (88.9%) and 1066/1522 (70.0%) nucleotide sequences and a predicted targeting  ...  The authors thank 2 anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments during the peer review process. Writing -original draft: Cyril Labbé, Natalie Grima, Jennifer A. Byrne.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0213266 pmid:30822319 pmcid:PMC6396917 fatcat:nin7ju4os5an3eli6erjj2tmpa

Computerizing reading training: Evaluation of a latent semantic analysis space for science text

Christopher A. Kurby, Katja Wiemer-Hastings, Nagasai Ganduri, Joseph P. Magliano, Keith K. Millis, Danielle S. McNamara
2003 Behavoir research methods, instruments & computers  
In summary, LSA cosines should be highest for each benchmark that corresponds to the reading strategy that a reader is using.  ...  two corpora.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03202547 pmid:12834079 fatcat:hq7jxeuvy5emjjntexgagtzeb4
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