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Malay is categorized as a resource-poor language. Thus, there is limited research on corpus linguistics for Malay. This paper discusses an automated process of applying part-of-speech (POS) tags to Malay words. Conventional tagging works well on static grammatical classes with little ambiguities, as performed in most research on resource-rich languages.(More)
This paper presents in detail a linguistics study of a journalistic corpus of Malay describing Indonesian terrorism. The initial raw text was manually annotated for its parts-of-speech. It is the first corpus of its nature ever established in Malaysia. The objective of this research is to conduct an empirical analysis of the actual patterns of use in(More)
A critical review of published research papers on building insulation in seven selected construction journals from 2000 to 2010 is presented. Data are obtained by performing a series of searches on Scopus using relevant keywords. Findings conclude that despite climate change becoming a major issue in recent years, there is still a lack of research(More)
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