Vietnam Corpus Linguistics (VCL)

Researching and Developing Corpus Linguistics (Vietnam)

RESEARCHING CORPUS LINGUISTICS IN 2011

Posted by corling on January 26, 2012

The Group “Researching and Developing Corpus Lingguistics (Vietnam)” have completed the research plan set out for 2010.

Creating corpora with the participation of Vietnamese, for Vietnamese people and those who are interested in Vietnamese requires standards of Vietnamese for computers, different types of texts and necessary references.

2011 is the year of the Group “Researching and Developing Corpus Lingguistics (Vietnam)” to focuse on https://corling.wordpress.com weblog’s introducing as follows:

  1. Vietnamese Dictionary of Corpus Linguistics, edited by Dr. Dao Hong Thu.
  2. English – Vietnamese Glossary of Corpus Linguistics, edited by Dr. Dao Hong Thu.
  3. Vietnamese – English Dictionary of Corpus Linguistics, edited by Dr. Dao Hong Thu.
  4. Vietnamese Dictionary of Applied Linguistics, edited by Dr. Dao Hong Thu.
  5. Language materials for teaching Vietnamese as a foreign language on the basis of the corpus technology.
  6. Issues of corpus technology in education and training.
  7. Scientific publications on Corpus Linguistics.
  8. Conceptual basis of parallel corpora.
  9. Types of different scientific field texts.
  10. World’s corpora for references and studies.

We really appreciate the support and we are always looking forward to receiving comments from our colleagues and readers.

Group “Researching and Developing Corpus Lingguistics (Vietnam)”

RESEARCHING CORPUS LINGUISTICS IN 2010

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