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1. Sistemas expertos y lingüística computacional: estructuras lógico lingüisticas de lenguas antiguas - Barés Gómez, Cristina
Este artículo analiza algunos de los problemas relativos a la investigación de las lenguas semíticas al utilizar herramientas computacionales. La ligüística Computacional y los Sistemas Expertos aplicados en la metodología hermenéutica formalizar un lenguaje natural, mejor que las metodologías clásicas.

2. Creencias del profesorado de español sobre los agrupamientos inclusivos del programa de Aulas Temporales de Adaptación Lingüística - Tatar, Moshé; Rojas Tejada, Antonio J.; Sayans Jiménez, Pablo; Cruz del Pino, Raquel M.

3. The emotional representation of sexual crime in the national British press - Harper, Craig; Hogue, Todd
The relationships between the media, public attitudes, and crime are complex, with evidence suggesting that public interaction with these press reports influencing wider social and political attitudes. Here, 543 articles from 8 of the 10 most-read British national newspapers were examined in terms of their representativeness of crime rates, and their linguistic properties. Results include a 9:1 representation of sexual crime, a 2.5:1 representation of violent crime, and a 1:4 representation of acquisitive crime within press articles compared with official statistics. Rating the linguistic content indicates that sexual crime articles comprised angrier and more emotionally negative tones than stories on...

4. A method for measuring the intelligibility of uninterrupted, continuous speech - MacPherson, Alexandra; Akeroyd, Michael A.
Speech-in-noise tests commonly use short, discrete sentences as representative samples of everyday speech. These tests cannot, however, fully represent the added demands of understanding ongoing, linguistically complex speech. Using a new monitoring method to measure the intelligibility of continuous speech and a standard trial-by-trial, speech-in-noise test the effects of target duration and linguistic complexity were examined. For a group of older hearing-impaired listeners, significantly higher speech reception thresholds were found for continuous, complex speech targets than for syntactically simple sentences. The results highlight the need to sample speech intelligibility in a variety of everyday speech-in-noise scenarios.

5. Linguistic linked data for sentiment analysis - Buitelaar, Paul; Arcan, Mihael; Iglesias Fernandez, Carlos Angel; Sánchez Rada, Juan Fernando; Strapparava, Carlo
In this paper we describe the specification of amodel for the semantically interoperable representation of language resources for sentiment analysis. The model integrates "lemon", an RDF-based model for the specification of ontology-lexica (Buitelaar et al. 2009), which is used increasinglyfor the representation of language resources asLinked Data, with Marl, an RDF-based model for the representation of sentiment annotations (West-erski et al., 2011; Sánchez-Rada et al., 2013)

6. L'exportation du modèle terminologique québécois en Catalogne - Quirion, Jean; Freixa Aymerich, Judit
Within their respective countries, Catalonia and Quebec share many characteristics. Both have exercised their political, economic and linguistic powers to advance language planning and terminology planning in their region. Moreover, Catalan and Quebecois societies both have a language that is in the minority relative to the country to which they belong - a fact that, over time, has led to the implementation of multiple means of preserving and revitalizing these languages. This article outlines the numerous exchanges between Quebec and Catalonia since the mid-1970s, a key period in the linguistic assertion of both nations. Various aspects of the contribution Quebec...

7. The Chinese-English Conference Interpreting Corpus: Uses and Limitations - Hu, Kaibao; Tao, Qing
This paper presents an overview of the compilation of the Chinese-English Conference Interpreting Corpus followed by an outline of research findings based on data obtained from the corpus. It is argued that interpreting corpora, including the Chinese-English Conference Interpreting Corpus, are called to play an increasingly important role in the study of linguistic features of interpreted texts, interpreting norms and the cognitive process of interpreting. Research based on the Chinese-English Conference Interpreting Corpus suggests that the use of English passive construction, optional connective 'that' and the infinitive particle 'to' in interpreted texts is demonstrably more frequent than in the translated...

8. Translation Skill-Sets in a Machine-Translation Age - Pym, Anthony
The integration of data from statistical machine translation into translation memory suites (giving a range of TM/MT technologies) can be expected to replace fully human translation in many spheres of activity. This should bring about changes in the skill sets required of translators. With increased processing done by area experts who are not trained translators, the translator's function can be expected to shift to linguistic postediting, without requirements for extensive area knowledge and possibly with a reduced emphasis on foreign-language expertise. This reconfiguration of the translation space must also recognize the active input roles of TM/MT databases, such that there...

9. Pedagogia cultural em poemas da língua brasileira de sinais - Bosse, Renata Ohlson Heinzelmann
A presente dissertação de mestrado insere-se no campo dos Estudos Culturais em Educação e consiste na análise de poemas em língua de sinais brasileira (Libras). As perguntas que norteiam a pesquisa são: como a poesia surda usa a língua de sinais e quais os temas que privilegia? Em outras palavras, o que dizem os poemas e como dizem? E como a poesia surda produz sentidos através da língua de sinais? A partir dessas perguntas, tracei como objetivos: (1) investigar poesias em língua brasileira de sinais, contribuindo com investigações sobre a literatura surda no Brasil; (2) desenvolver um estudo linguístico dos...

10. La pericial en atribución de autoría de textos escritos: el caso de los recursos administrativos dubitados - Guillén Nieto, Victoria

11. Sobre aprendices buenos y malos: la dimensión lingüística de las teorías implícitas de la inteligencia - Bernardo, Allan B. I.

12. Dos motivos para preferir los enfoques transformacionales - Peña, Lorenzo
Esta monografía estudia las diferencias entre la lingüística transformacional y la estructural, a la que mi trabajo denomina "monostrática" por cuanto, a diferencia de la transformacional o generativa, sólo reconoce un único plano o nivel de análisis, al paso que la escuela inaugurada por Chomsky reconoce una pluralidad de planos, pasándose de los subyacentes al de superficie mediante operaciones de transformación, lo cual brinda una idea más dinámica de los actos de habla en que se concreta el lenguaje. La monografía se presentó en el Instituto de Lenguas y Lingüística de la PUCE (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador) en...

13. Extreme heat and cultural and linguistic minorities in Australia: perceptions of stakeholders - Hansen, Alana; Nitschke, Monika; Saniotis, Arthur; Benson, Jill; Tan, Yan; Smyth, Val; Wilson, Leigh; Han, Gil-Soo; Mwanri, Lillian; Bi, Peng

14. La Negociación de Significados de Profesoras y Niños Sordos: Una comprensión desde la experiencia de inmersión e implicación - Barbosa Azevedo, Omar
El tema de esta tesis doctoral es la negociación de significados de profesoras, sordas y oyentes, y niños sordos en el aula. Desde el recorrido de mi experiencia de inmersión e implicación, comprendí la negociación de significados en cinco diferentes escenas, de forma sensible a aspectos lingüísticos, culturales y de identidad. Para la comprensión de los diálogos de clase, analicé cinco situaciones filmadas en un programa de estimulación precoz que adoptaba la Lengua Brasileña de Signos (Libras). Participaron dos profesoras sordas, tres profesoras oyentes y trece niños sordos (cuatro niñas, nueve niños). Los niños tenían entre cinco y siete años...

15. La pérdida de distinción fonológica /j/ - / / en el habla bogotana - Orduz Navarrete, Yehicy
In Colombia, dialectal studies are of great interest, especially since the 70s. National dialectologists such as Professor Luis Flórez and Professor Jose Joaquin Montes, and many of their students have published several articles about the Spanish spoken in Colombia, in national and international magazines. Following the idea that linguistic evolution starts with speech and is reinforced in the phonetic production in individuals belonging to a social group, this study shows the latest condition of phonological distinction/?/ - /?/, with the aim of validatingthe ideas of experts like José Moreno de Alba, John Lipsky or José J. Montes. The review of theories...

16. Intonation and speech nature of Sibelius musical karelika - Nilova, V.I.
The article is devoted to the marginal works of Jean Sibelius, the classic Finnish musician, combined total of the Karelian subjects. In analogy with the Finnish philologist Hannes Sihvo, the works of Karelian subjects in the article named as Karelika. The music karelika by Sibelius is studied not in terms of its value in the creative legacy of the composer, (which is traditional in sibeliane) but in the aspects of its role in the process of Finnish cultural and linguistic area making, as it meets the national interests of the leaders of Grand Dukedom of Finland, which was part of Russia in XIX century....

17. Use of english terminology in the process of computer music creation - Zamotina, E.I.; Dushin, M.D.
The research includes the attempt to analyze the vocabulary of professionalisms in English language, which are in the active usage of Russian´speaking musicians. The main goal of the research is to determine the linguistic tools and methods of assimilation of English terminology by native Russian speakers. Such music sequencers as FLStudio, ProTools, LogicPro and others, as well as music internet forums became the material of the research.

18. Accidental gaps in the Kazakh language culture: the specific feature of family relationships - Baigut, D.N.; Baigut, A.M.
This article includes the ways of linguistic and cultural lacunarity and methods of accidental gaps elimination identified during the process of comparing of different ethnic cultures and intercultural communication; the national and cultural identity of family relationships in the Kazakh ethnic and cultural society is revealed on the example of nominations of relationship degrees in the Kazakh language.

19. Del descriptor al prescriptor: Escritura, Teología y Praxis en un mundo sumergente - Armenteros Cruz, Víctor M.
The objective of this study is part of these demands in an effort to approximate the look of the biblical writer and also longing daring glimpse of the Yhwh himself. We conclude that availability of the Bible present among believers and turn away from the interests of the market is necessary. Versions of the text to establish further contextualization, relations with the truth of the content and the needs of the recipients. A return to primitive canon because the lack of an original model. A historical-linguistic hermeneutics that is prescriptive and sentimental, emotion running through reason.

20. Las sorderas de los profesores como lenguajes del poder. - Gómez Medina, Álvaro; Zúñiga Quisoboní, Elba Marina; Guerra Díaz, Leyla Gissela; Ausecha Mosquera, Nury Soratama; González González, Miguel Alberto
The present study goes beyond the usual understanding of deafness as hearing loss in the physiological sense. For purposes of this research, are those languages of power with which the subject consciously or unconsciously choose not to listen to problems of everyday life: war, violence, poverty, misery, among others, failing to react and find a solution to the drama of the society, limiting their ability to warn and question the manipulation of power. For all this, the main objective is to understand in what these teachers deafness of the Department of Cauca consist of, and its impact on educational processes, revealing...

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