Latifa Al-Sulaiti

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– Abstract Dans ce papier nous présentons une vue d'ensemble critique d'outils disponibles pour l'analyse de corpus arabes, en nous concentrant sur la concordance (Monoconc : Barlow 2003), l'analyse morphologique et le marquage des catégories grammaticales In this paper we present a critical overview of available Arabic corpus analysis tools, focusing on(More)
Plastic-water phantom materials are not exactly water equivalent since they have a different elemental composition and different interaction cross sections for protons than water. Several studies of the water equivalence of plastic-water phantom materials have been reported for photon and electron beams, but none for clinical proton beams. In proton beams,(More)
The conversion of absorbed dose-to-graphite in a graphite phantom to absorbed dose-to-water in a water phantom is performed by water to graphite stopping power ratios. If, however, the charged particle fluence is not equal at equivalent depths in graphite and water, a fluence correction factor, kfl, is required as well. This is particularly relevant to the(More)
There is, currently, a surge of activity surrounding Arabic corpus linguistics. As the number of available Arabic corpora continues to grow, there is an increasing need for robust tools that can process this data, whether for research or teaching. One such tool that is useful for both of these purposes is the concordancer – a simple tool for displaying a(More)
This paper 1 reports on a multi-media web-based CALL program designed to teach Arabic to foreign learners. It discusses several important theoretical and practical issues related to language pedagogy, such as the variety of Arabic to teach, the problem of the, types of text, and the representation of Arabic. It also discusses the issue of incorporating a(More)