By Karen P. Corrigan, Adam Mearns
This ebook unites more than a few ways to the gathering and digitization of numerous language corpora. Its particular concentration is on top practices pointed out within the exploitation of those assets in landmark influence tasks throughout various elements of the globe. the improvement of more and more obtainable electronic corpora has coincided with advancements within the criteria governing the gathering, encoding and archiving of ‘Big Data’. much less awareness has been paid to the significance of constructing criteria for enriching and keeping different forms of corpus facts, corresponding to that which captures the nuances of neighborhood dialects, for instance. This e-book takes those most sensible practices one other breakthrough through addressing cutting edge equipment for reinforcing and exploiting really expert corpora so they develop into available to wider audiences past the academy.
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1), which precipitated the unprecedented demographic dislocation examined in Kennedy et al. (1999) and Ó Gráda (2000) inter alia. 5 Although it was never specifically designed to facilitate research outside of historical studies and allied disciplines, the IED subcorpus of DIPPAM, has, nevertheless, become the backbone of CORIECOR which has been used very successfully to explore linguistic variation and change in Irish-English (IrE), as we demonstrate in Sect. 3 below. 1 The Linguistic and Sociocultural Value of Irish Migration Databases Letters can be considered part of what constitutes the notion intrahistoria, a term coined by the Spanish writer Miguel de Unamuno in 1895, and ‘rescued’ by the historian José María Jover.