I got a wise advice to send the answers I got to my
"corpus degign appeal" through the list.
This is the first part of my "Rykov list"
Here are some (all) answers I got after my "corpus design" appeal
to the list before 2 Jan 99. I hope these references will help you.
The additions are WELCOME!
The books mentioned below:
Gerhard Leitner, Corpus design - problems and suggested solutions. In
Leitner (ed.), <italic>New directions in English Language
Corpora</italic>, Berlin & New York 1992
Douglas Biber, Representativeness in corpus design. <italic>Literary and
Linguistic Computing </italic>8, 4:243-257
Greame Kennedy, <italic>An Introduction to Corpus Linguistics</italic>,
London & New York: Longman 1998, pp 70-5.
From: Arne Fitschen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm not quite sure what exactly you're looking for, but I can give you three links, the first about
corpus linguistics in general
the other two more specific: the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI)
and the Corpus Encoding Standard (CES)
Hope that helps,
Here are some links I have found.
You may have to dig a bit but they should be useful.
Lernout & Hauspie Speech Products ~ USA
Language Modeling Scientist
If it is possible
- I'd like to have the X copies of the pages mentioned above
(in Xerox copies - or in MS DOS PC readable form)?
they are not available here.
Actually I need only pages that refer to the "corpus design"
The info found in Internet is welcome as well - we have 386 PC (gift of Soros)
with e-mail only here
YS Vladimir Rykov, PhD in Computational Linguistics
www.blkbox.com/~gigawatt/rykov.html Linguistic Institute
WWW.GOL.RU/~iling 1/12 B.Kislovsky per., Moscow, 103009
M_M_M_M_M_M_M_M_M_M_M_M KREMLIN WALL IS WHERE YOU MAKE IT !