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LANGUAGE IN INDIA Strength for Today and Bright Hope for Tomorrow

M Thirumalai, B Mallikarjun, Sam, B A Sharada, A R Fatihi, Lakhan, Marie Jennifer, G Bayer, L Baskaran, C Ramamoorthy, Subburaman, N Pillai (+6 others)
2017 unpublished
spirit of a plant or an animal, it has an architecture of its own, and adorns nature with a new thing.  ...  birds, the voice of a lover or her silence.  ...  British Colonies British colonisation and discovering new places led to the introduction of exotic animals and birds like lions, tigers, elephant, kangaroo and peacock in children's tales.  ... 
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Europarl Corpus HFWL Glossaries

Marek Paulovic
2016 unpublished
lexical analysis of the Europarl corpus.  ...  The main goal of this thesis was to experimentally create a set of multilingual glossaries (English/German/Czech/Slovak) of the most frequent words in the European Parliament using quantitative corpus-based  ...  The new Secondly, software linguistic tools can be categorized whether they can be used only with a particular corpus (corpus-related tools), or independently (corpus- independent tools).  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.41228 fatcat:mbaxb4i7ezgsvh6zqdkjj37uge

UKnowledge Analyzing Songs Used for Lyric Analysis With Mental Health Consumers Using Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC) Software

Ashley Miller
unpublished
LIWC2015 Software Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count 2015 software, or LIWC2015, was used to analyze the lyrics of songs returned by music therapists via the study survey.  ...  a point-of-view that the music therapist wants consumers to disassociate from.  ... 
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Ivelina Nikolova and Natalia Konstantinova Organisers of the Student Workshop

Irina Temnikova, Natalia Konstantinova, Alexandra Balahur, Chris Biemann, Kevin Cohen, Darja Fišer, Najeh Hajlaoui, Laura Hasler, Sobha Lalitha, Devi, Wolfgang Maier, Preslav Nakov (+19 others)
unpublished
In this paper, we show how our methods developed for identifying light verb constructions can be adapted to different domains and different types of texts.  ...  Our results indicate that existing solutions for detecting light verb constructions can be successfully applied to other domains as well and we conclude that even a little amount of annotated target data  ...  keeping alive the Tradition within which the Language is considered to be something more than just an object of parsing and POS-tagging.  ... 
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Darwin the detective : behavioural consequences of high-stakes emotional deception

Leanne Marie Ten Brinke
2012
About half of the pleaders eventually were convicted of killing the missing person based on overwhelming evidence.  ...  Specifically, full contraction of the frontalis (failed attempts to appear sad) muscles and subtle contraction of the zygomatic major (masking smiles) were more commonly identified in the faces of deceptive  ...  Indeed, these findings support the notion that the human face is indelibly stamped with the tale of our humble origin and attempts to mask our emotions are likely to fail when engaging in a consequential  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0074290 fatcat:fpxqyfgsjjgfrne7teb7di4c7i