Maria Teresa Musacchio

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This paper describes how methods and techniques developed in corpus linguistics can be used to compare and contrast samples of language use over time and across genres. A diachronic Italian corpus of nuclear physics texts belonging to different genres is collected, organised, and analysed to demonstrate the use of language in shaping one of the key sciences(More)
The paper presents a corpus-based study aimed at an analysis of ontological and terminological commitments in the discourse of specialist communities. The analyzed corpus contains the lectures delivered by the Nobel Prize winners in Physics and Economics. The analysis focuses on (a) the collocational use of automatically identified domain-specific terms and(More)
Social media provides a digital space – a meeting place, for different people, often representing one or more groups in a society. The use of this space during a disaster, especially where information needs are high and the availability of factually accurate and ethically sourced data is scarce, has increased substantially over the last 5-10 years. This(More)
This workshop brings together colleagues from psychology, computer science, linguistics, including applied, computational and corpus linguistics, and translation studies, to discuss a multi-faceted topic: how sentiment is articulated in written and spoken language and is articulated across languages. Our goal in this workshop is to understand how to build(More)
The enormous quantity of information available today offers an unbelievable treasure of knowledge, which can provide relevant information to companies. The amount of data is however also a problem as it makes it very difficult to identify the relevant data and thus to generate knowledge. We present a comprehensive analysis tool named Topic Analyst® which(More)
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