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Computational Linguistics : Bibliography, 1967.

Published 1968

by David G. Hays, Bozena Henisz-Dostert, Jean I. Houston

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A selective, unannotated listing of 664 U.S. and foreign publications that became available in 1967 relevant to the fields of computational linguistics and documentation. The listing includes books, articles, reports, and conference papers. There is selective coverage of classification techniques, computation, and programming, with some attention to automata theory, computers and hardware, and social science text-processing by computer. The Documentation heading covers bibliographies, library catalogs, information systems, and publication systems. Computational Linguistics is divided into decoding and encoding; glossaries; machine translation; parsing; synthesis; and text files. Linguistics is subdivided into specific languages, especially English and Russian; algebraic syntax; research methods; and semantics. Arrangement is by subject, with indexes by author and by authors' organizational affiliation (if given). The index by countries includes 109 U.S. organizations, including 14 Federal Government agencies, and 87 organizations in other countries. Previous bibliographies were published as RM-4523-PR, RM-4986-PR, RM-5345-PR. 68 pp.

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