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Handbook of Linguistic Annotation
This article surveys linguistic annotation in corpora and corpus linguistics. We first define the concept of 'corpus' as a radial category and then, in Sect. 2, discuss a variety of kinds of information for which corpora are annotated and that are exploited in contemporary corpus linguistics. Section 3 then exemplifies many current formats of annotation with an eye to highlighting both the diversity of formats currently available and the emergence of XML annotation as, for now, the mostdoi:10.1007/978-94-024-0881-2_15 fatcat:znmo3emlrvb7jhyh26nzi6oyda