Lexical bundles in computational linguistics academic literature

03/09/2016
by   Adel Rahimi, et al.
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In this study we analyzed a corpus of 8 million words academic literature from Computational lingustics' academic literature. the lexical bundles from this corpus are categorized based on structures and functions.

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