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Construction of an analysed corpus of english.

Professor GR Sampson | Linguistics | 23 September 1988

Many advanced information technology applications involve processing ordinary english; it is increasingly recognized that successful, robust automatic language analysis needs to be based on statistical properties of eng ...

Groupwork with computers

Professor Michael Eraut | Education | 01 September 1988

Aims and methods (as at end of award) : the research aimed to investigate the nature of group work with computers; and how it is best organised, conducted and evaluated. What kinds of group are best for achieving particular goals in particular circum ...

Mental models and the interpretation of anaphora

Professor Alan Garnham | 01 August 1988

An anaphor is a word, phrase or ellipsis that has the same meaning as a previous word or phrase in a text, for example a third person pronoun or a verbal ellipsis (eg sarah likes burgundy, and sally, claret). Anaphors are common in both spoken and wr ...

History of cern

Dr Krige | 01 March 1988

Abstract: the project studies the birth of cern, the european laboratory for particle physics, in 1954 and the subsequent development of the laboratory up to the late 1970s. Though some attention is given to the scientific results obtained, the appro ...

The development of young children in mother-baby units in hm prisons

Dr Lloyd | 01 March 1988

Infants who live with their mothers in the 3 british prison mother and baby units are the object of much recent public concern and controversy. Criticism of the units is frequently based on research from the 1930s and 40s, which demonstrated the seve ...

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