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  1. Fòrum de les llengües de Lloret de Mar. Una iniciativa en pro de la gestió de la diversitat lingüística local.

    Casacuberta, Montserrat
    Llengua, interculturalitat i cohesió social reuneix en un sol títol les experiències que les escoles de Lloret de Mar feren amb motiu de la celebració del Fòrum de les Llengües de Lloret de Mar.

  2. A Modelling Framework to Assess Maintenance Policy Performance in Electrical Production Plants

    Baraldi , Piero; Compare , M.; Rossetti , G.; Zio , Enrico; Despujols , A.
    A framework to qualitatively assess the performance of maintenance policies in electrical production plants is presented. A Monte Carlo simulation scheme is combined with fuzzy logic for modelling the component degradation. The novelty of the work consists in the modelling of the influence of the actual living conditions on the degradation of the specific component under analysis; this is done by using linguistic fuzzy rules which formalize the expert knowledge on the degradation process. An example of application regarding a water-feeding turbo pump is presented to illustrate the potential of the proposed approach.

  3. The morphosemantics and morphosyntax of the Malayalam verb

    Swenson, Amanda, Ph. D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    The questions posed and addressed in this dissertation are broadly questions regarding the nature cross-linguistic variation and why languages differ from one another in these particular ways. This thesis focuses on four known points of cross-linguistic variation in the verbal domain: tense, aspect, finiteness and the perfect. It uses data primarily from the Dravidian language Malayalam to explore these questions. Past work on tense and aspect in Dravidian languages (Amritavalli & Jayaseelan 2005) has claimed that Malayalam, along with the other Dravidian languages, is tenseless. This dissertation, however, shows that Malayalam is empirically different from other tenseless languages and that...

  4. Twitter and the body parodic : global acts of re-creation and recreation

    Johnson, Amanda
    This dissertation investigates Twitter parody accounts as a form of social critique and linguistic play across English, Japanese, and Arabic-one that is collaboratively created by the users, policymakers, and architects of Twitter. Together, apart, and in different constellations with governments and news media, these actors use parody accounts to recreate and experiment with everything from law to what constitutes a person. I argue that the Twitter parody account, both as negative critique and ambiguous personification play, is an off-platform use-an unintended use of platform, site, or app that is allowed to endure, with varying degrees of official encouragement, silence, and...

  5. De la mente al diccionario. Innovación con metáforas y cambio semántico en el discurso económico mediático

    Urquidi Díaz, Alicia
    Análisis del potencial creativo de las metáforas en el uso de la lengua y partimos como una pregunta acerca de la capacidad del lenguaje poético, creativo por excelencia, de cambiar el significado convencional establecido en ella. Entonces, nos preguntábamos qué distingue una creación lingüística original intencionada, dentro de un contexto literario, de otros tipos de innovación léxica que concluyen con un aporte al diccionario de la lengua. El interés principal estaba en determinar qué hace de una metáfora, como ejemplo de invención lingüística, una buena metáfora, es decir, una que tiene tanto éxito entre los hablantes de la lengua que...

  6. Micro-systemic linguistic analysis and software engineering: a synthesis

    Cardey, S.; Greenfield, P.
    International audience

  7. Controlled language: a Linguistic Concept to Improve Health Care Safety in a “Globalised” World? Application to Medical Protocols Written within the Hospital Accreditation/Certification Framework in France and China

    Cardey, S.; Wu, X.; Vuitton, Da.; Aishan, A.; Renahy, J.; Jin, G.; De Grivel, V.
    International audience

  8. A Linguistic Approach to the Treatment of Grammatical Functions of the Relative Pronoun“ที่” in Thai

    Kampeera, W.
    International audience

  9. Building a Linguistic Database for Chinese Interrogative Sentences

    Wu, X.
    International audience

  10. Disambiguation Tools for NooJ

    Silberztein, Max
    When NooJ performs an automatic lexical analysis of corpora, it recognizes five types of atomic linguistic units (ALUs) and represents them as annotations stored inside each text's annotation structure (TAS). Unfortunately, the massive level of ambiguities generated by each of the five corresponding parsers produces a TAS far too heavy for most corpus linguistics applications. In consequence, most users' queries produce too many incorrect results. In order to provide a working solution for NooJ's lexical parser's behavior, we have implemented a new set of tools specifically designed to deal with unwanted ambiguities in corpora and texts: automatic and semi-automatic tools...

  11. Syntactic parsing with NooJ

    Silberztein, Max
    When parsing a text, NooJ's parsers store all the annotations that they produce in the Text's Annotation Structure (TAS). At each level of the various linguistic analyses and the corresponding parser, a given parser may add annotations to, or remove annotations from, the TAS. As annotations are attached to larger and larger sequences of texts, the TAS represents the hierarchical structure of the sentence and its syntactic constituents. We have added a new module that processes this structured information in order to display the structural tree of sentences. We discuss the difference between a structural tree and a derivation tree,...

  12. Variation in Sign Languages, a Cross-Linguistic Study of One Component of Gestural Units

    Martinod, Emmanuella
    École européenne de typologie linguistique 2016, 14 septembre 2016, Porquerolles, France.

  13. In che modo i segnali discorsivi si correlano al livello interlinguistico e all’integrazione linguistica e sociale di apprendenti immigrati?

    Anastasio, Simona; Giuliano, Patrizia; Russo, Rosa
    International audience

  14. Estudo dos potenciais evocados auditivos em crianças, adolescentes e jovens com a doença falciforme

    Silveira, Adriana Laybauer
    Introdução: a doença falciforme é uma alteração hereditária, que causa malformação nas hemácias com consequências vaso-oclusivas de potencial dano auditivo. Os estudos que tratam da relação entre alteração auditiva e doença falciforme apresentam grande disparidade de resultados. Em todos os trabalhos consultados, não foram encontrados artigos sobre o potencial evocado auditivo com estímulo de fala nesta população. Objetivo: analisar as respostas obtidas pelos potenciais evocados auditivos em crianças, adolescentes e jovens com a doença falciforme. Métodos: trata-se de um estudo observacional, transversal, com amostra de sujeitos com diagnóstico de doença falciforme, advindos de um ambulatório de hemoglobinopatia de um hospital...

  15. Learning Phonetics and Phonics to Teach

    Férriz Sánchez, Cristina; Cherro Samper, Myriam; Fernández Molina, Javier; Ortín Pérez, Beatriz; Sánchez Fajardo, José Antonio; Sánchez Quero, Manuel
    In the current educational framework and with the new Plurilingual Programmes, there is a tendency to introduce L2 instruction at early ages along with increased exposure to L2 by teaching non-linguistic areas in English. For this reason, the introduction of literacy in English makes more sense in this new context since it allows an approach to teaching, writing and reading English at an earlier age and it is also necessary to have a good reading comprehension and writing expression abilities in order to succeed when learning other areas of the curriculum in English. This work intends to conduct a compilation...

  16. Computational Exploration of the Linguistic Structures of Future-Oriented Expression: Classification and Categorization

    Nie, Aiming; Shepard, Jason; Choi, Jinho; Copley, Bridget; Wolff, Phillip
    International audience

  17. Manual d’estil interuniversitari: per a la redacció de textos institucionals en anglès

    Bain, Mhairi; Bates, John; Berman, Graeme; Cullen, David; Herrero, Javier; Noone, Barnaby; Owen, David; Redmond, Peter; Samson, Richard; Vázquez, Luci
    [EN] The Interuniversity Style Guide for Writing Institutional Texts in English is designed for use by the administrative, teaching and research staff and language professionals who are responsible for writing institutional texts in English. Although one section focuses on how to write clearly, the word style in the title refers not to literary style but to those linguistic conventions concerning spelling, punctuation, typographical display and other editorial issues that are essential for consistent, clear and precise language and layout. Consistency in these areas leads to clarity and cohesion which, in turn, makes documents more straightforward for readers. As transmitters of...

  18. Modelling Chinese dialect evolution

    List, Johann-Mattis; Nelson-Sathi, Shijulal; Tal, Dagan
    Due to the specific sociolinguistic situation in China where very divergent linguistic varieties for a long time have been "roofed" by a common culture and a common writing system, the development of the Chinese dialects reflects a 'complex and intertwined evolu- tionary history' (Hamed and Wang 2006: 31). Chinese dialects are therefore a good test case for methods which no longer take the family tree as their primary evolutionary model. In this talk, we shall introduce and discuss the implications of network approaches by applying them to a recently compiled dataset covering translations of 180 concepts for 40 different di-...

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