Computational Linguistics : Bibliography, 1968.

by Bozena Henisz-Dostert, Jean I. Houston, D. V. Lofgren

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An unannotated, international bibliography of 573 books, articles, and reports relevant to computational linguistics, with selective coverage in the fields of computation and programming, and social science uses of computers as language processors. In the area of linguistics, structural theory and semantics are viewed rather broadly without being exhaustive. Psycholinguistics and sociolinguistics are selectively covered, as are the structural properties of some languages, especially English and Russian. This bibliography was compiled by scanning 31 journals and the flow of semi-published reports available to the Rand linguistics group. A substantial part of this bibliography has been included in [The Finite] [String], the monthly newsletter of the Association for Computational Linguistics. This Memorandum is the last of the series that includes RM-4523, RM-4986, RM-5345, and RM-5733. The listing is by subject, with an author index. 65 pp.

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