20.271 Literary and Linguistic Computing 21.4: Special Issue on Progress in Dialectometry

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Special Issue on Progress in Dialectometry

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A new issue of Literary and Linguistic Computing
has been made available:

Special Issue on Progress in Dialectometry: November 2006; Vol. 21, No. 4
URL: http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/content/vol21/issue4/index.dtl?etoc

Original Articles

   Progress in Dialectometry: Toward Explanation
          John Nerbonne and William Kretzschmar, Jr

   Art and Science in Computational Dialectology
          William A. Kretzschmar, Jr

   Recent Advances in Salzburg Dialectometry
          Hans Goebl

   Database Design and Technical Solutions for the Management, Calculation,
   and Visualization of Dialect Mass Data
          Edgar Haimerl

   North American English Vowels: A Factor-analytic Perspective
          Cynthia G. Clopper and John C. Paolillo

   Identifying Linguistic Structure in Aggregate Comparison
          John Nerbonne

   The Relative Contribution of Pronunciational, Lexical, and Prosodic
   Differences to the Perceived Distances between Norwegian Dialects
          Charlotte Gooskens and Wilbert Heeringa

   Measuring Syntactic Variation in Dutch Dialects
          Marco Rene Spruit

   To What Extent are Surnames Words? Comparing Geographic Patterns of
   Surname and Dialect Variation in the Netherlands
          Franz Manni, Wilbert Heeringa, and John Nerbonne

   Geographic Variation in Acadian French /r /: What Can Correspondence
   Analysis Contribute Toward Explanation?
          Wladyslaw Cichocki

   Mutual Comprehensibility of Written Afrikaans and Dutch: Symmetrical or
          Charlotte Gooskens and Renee van Bezooijen
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