Shane Sheehan

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Concordancing, or the arranging of passages of a textual corpus in alphabetical order according to user-defined keywords, is one of the oldest and still most widely used forms of text analysis. It finds applications in areas such as lexicography, computational linguistics, translation studies and computer-assisted machine translation. Yet, the basic form of(More)
The visualisation of textual concordances has seen little change since the proposal of the keyword-in-context indexing technique in the 1950s. This report details an investigation of the current state of the art in concordance visualisation. The investigation lead to the the expansion of context trees to a new graph based representation of concordance(More)
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