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Methodological Note on the Fractal Analysis of Texts*
The experimental procedure concerning the text exploration is demonstrated step by step on an illustrative example, which can be regarded as an instructive text for further linguistic experiments in this field. Expand
Bivariate uniform deconvolution
We construct a density estimator in the bivariate uniform deconvolution model. For this model, we derive four inversion formulas to express the bivariate density that we want to estimate in terms ofExpand
Recent Contributions to Quantitative Linguistics
An overview of the state of the art in Quantitative Linguistics, its scope and reach, and some of the topics: linguistic laws, frequency analyses, synergetic models of language, networks, part-of-speech systems, authorship attribution, polyfunctionality and polysemy, and opinion target identification. Expand
Towards a Fractal Analysis of the Sign Language
ABSTRACTIn this paper, it is the first attempt to discuss and explore a possible extension of Hřebicek’s conjecture about a fractal structure of language from a natural language to a sign language....
Menzerath-Altmann law versus random model
Application of the Menzerath-Altmann Law to Contemporary Written Japanese in the Short Story Style
Menzerath-Altmann Law in Differently Segmented Texts
Fractal analysis of Poe's Raven
Higher Education Credentials and Labour Market Outcomes: Expectations of Business Students in England and the Czech Republic
While the financial returns to education have been widely studied since the 1960s, the research on students‟ earnings expectations is relatively scarce. This study examines students‟ earningsExpand
QUALICO 2014 (Quantitative Linguistics Association Conference 2014) – 20th Anniversary of IQLA and Journal of Quantitative Linguistics (JQL): Conference Report
Due to the high number of participants and limited time capacities the presentations had to be held partly in parallel sessions, which was a first for this kind of quantitative linguistics conference, and without any doubt it is a sign of the strong and increasing interest in applications of quantitative methods in linguistics and text analysis. Expand