Thomas Proisl


Personal Website: https://thomas-proisl.de



Organisation


Lehrstuhl für Anglistik, insbesondere Linguistik
Lehrstuhl für Korpus- und Computerlinguistik


Project member


(KALLIMACHOS – Centre for digital editions and quantitative analysis at the University of Würzburg):
KALLIMACHOS II: Measures of linguistic complexity for literary stylometry in the KALLIMACHOS Centre for Digital Humanities
Prof. Dr. Stefan Evert
(01/10/2017 - 30/09/2019)

(KALLIMACHOS – Centre for digital editions and quantitative analysis at the University of Würzburg):
KALLIMACHOS: Corpus-linguistic approaches and statistical methodology in the KALLIMACHOS Centre for Digital Humanities
Prof. Dr. Stefan Evert
(01/10/2014 - 30/09/2017)


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Proisl, T. (2012). Automatically exploring lexical tendencies in English. In Mukherjee Joybrato, Huber Magnus (Eds.), Corpus Linguistics and Variation in English: Theory and Description. (pp. 143–154). Amsterdam: Rodopi.
Proisl, T., & Uhrig, P. (2012). Efficient Dependency Graph Matching with the IMS Open Corpus Workbench. In Calzolari Nicoletta, Choukri Khalid, Declerck Thierry, Doğan Mehmet Uğur, Maegaard Bente, Mariani Joseph, Moreno Asuncion, Odijk Jan, Piperidis Stelios (Eds.), Proceedings (pp. 2750–2756). Istanbul, TR: Istanbul: European Language Resources Association (ELRA).
Uhrig, P., & Proisl, T. (2012). Less hay, more needles – using dependency-annotated corpora to provide lexicographers with more accurate lists of collocation candidates. Lexicographica, 28, 141–179. https://dx.doi.org/10.1515/lexi.2012-0009
Proisl, T., & Kabashi, B. (2010). Using High-Quality Resources in NLP: The Valency Dictionary of English as a Resource for Left-Associative Grammars. In Calzolari Nicoletta, Choukri Khalid, Maegaard Bente, Mariani Joseph, Odijk Jan, Piperidis Stelios, Rosner Mike, Tapias Daniel (Eds.), Proceedings (pp. 3878–3881). Valletta, MT: Valletta: European Language Resources Association (ELRA).
Handl, J., Kabashi, B., Proisl, T., & Weber, C. (2009). JSLIM – Computational morphology in the framework of the SLIM theory of language. In Mahlow Cerstin, Piotrowski Michael (Eds.), State of the Art in Computational Morphology: Workshop on Systems and Frameworks for Computational Morphology, SFCM 2009 (pp. 10-27). Zürich, CH: Berlin: Springer.

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