António H. A. Emiliano

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[13] 2002b " Encoding medieval abbreviations for computer analysis (from Medieval Latin‐Portuguese and Portuguese non‐literary sources) " , in Literary and Linguistic Computing (Journal of the 1 This paper is an adaptation of several sections of Parkinson and Emiliano (1999). 2 For details on TEI encoding conventions see Sperberg
Since it was created in 1992, the PALPA (Psycholinguistic Assessment of Language Processing in Aphasia) test battery has been translated or adapted into other languages entirely (viz. the Spanish, Dutch and Hebrew versions) or partially, depending on the assessment needs of specific groups and on the relevance of individual tests to special cases or to(More)
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