A bibliography citing 700 U.S. and foreign articles, reports, and books relevant to the fields of computational linguistics and documentation. A selective coverage of classification theory, computation and programming, computers and hardware, nonnumerical applications of computers, and psycholinguistics is included. In the are of linguistics, the editors have taken a broad view of structural theory and semantics.
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