Web-Based Corpus Software

@inproceedings{Luz2011WebBasedCS,
  title={Web-Based Corpus Software},
  author={Saturnino F. Luz},
  year={2011}
}
What is a web-based corpus and what is web-based corpus software? The answer is, strictly speaking, that there is no such thing as web-based corpus software. However, one should not be discouraged by this rather negative assessment. In fact, if one examines the title closely, different bracketings of the phrase might suggest interesting possibilities. For example, if one chooses to write it as ‘(web-based corpus) software’, the emphasis falls on the idea of the World Wide Web as a large corpus… CONTINUE READING

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