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Extraction and Evaluation of Formulaic Expressions Used in Scholarly Papers

@article{Iwatsuki2020ExtractionAE,
  title={Extraction and Evaluation of Formulaic Expressions Used in Scholarly Papers},
  author={Kenichi Iwatsuki and Florian Boudin and Akiko Aizawa},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2006.10334}
}
Formulaic expressions, such as 'in this paper we propose', are helpful for authors of scholarly papers because they convey communicative functions; in the above, it is showing the aim of this paper'. Thus, resources of formulaic expressions, such as a dictionary, that could be looked up easily would be useful. However, forms of formulaic expressions can often vary to a great extent. For example, 'in this paper we propose', 'in this study we propose' and 'in this paper we propose a new method to… Expand
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