User menu

Automated retrieval of passives from native and learner corpora: precision and recall

Bibliographic reference Granger, Sylviane. Automated retrieval of passives from native and learner corpora: precision and recall. In: Journal of English Linguistics, Vol. 25, no. 4, p. 365-374 (1997)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/75695
  1. BALL C. N., Automated Text Analysis: Cautionary Tales, 10.1093/llc/9.4.295
  2. Biber Douglas, Variation across speech and writing, ISBN:9780511621024, 10.1017/cbo9780511621024
  3. Biber Douglas, On the complexity of discourse complexity: A multidimensional analysis, 10.1080/01638539209544806
  4. Chafe, Wallace, and J. Danielewicz. 1987. Properties of Spoken and Written Language In Comprehending Oral and Written Language, edited by R. Horowitz and S. J. Samuels, 83-113. San Diego, CA : Academic Press.
  5. Granger, Sylviane., The be + past participle Construction in Spoken English with Special Emphasis on the Passive. North Holland Linguistic Series 49 (1983)
  6. - 1993. The International Corpus of Learner English In English Language Corpora: Design, Analysis and Exploitation , edited by J. Aarts, P. de Haan, and N. Oostdijk, 57-69. Amsterdam : Rodopi.
  7. - 1996. Learner English around the World In Comparing English Worldwide, edited by S. Greenbaum, 13-24. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press.
  8. Kameen, P.T. 1983. Syntactic Skill and ESL Writing Quality In Learning to Write: First Language/Second Language , edited by Aviva Freedman, Ian Pringle, and Janice Yalden, 162-70. London : Longman.
  9. Leech, Geoffrey. 1991. The State of the Art in Corpus Linguistics In English Corpus Linguistics, edited by K. Aijmer and B. Altenberg, 8-29. London : Longman.
  10. Quirk, Randolph, A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language (1985)
  11. Salton, Gerard., Automatic Text Processing (1989)
  12. Svartvik, Jan., On Voice in the English Verb (1966)
  13. Thomas, Jenny, and Andrew Wilson. 1996. Methodologies for Studying a Corpus of Doctor-Patient Interaction In Using Corpora for Language Research , edited by Jenny Thomas and Mick Short, 92-109. London: Longman.