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This bibliography of the book Methods in Latin Computational Linguistics presents a list of references relevant to the discussion on Latin computational linguistics. The book explores the challenges of developing the field of Latin computational linguistics. Computational linguistics aims at designing, implementing, and applying computational models for natural languages. This includes developing computer systems that automatically process languages (from a morphological, syntactic, semantic, or pragmatic point of view), as well as building, enriching, and using corpus data (corpus linguistics). A crucial aspect of a fruitful exchange between the disciplines of Latin linguistics and computational linguistics concerns the way Latin texts are collected, accessed, and investigated for linguistic analyses.

Keywords: computational models; corpus linguistics; Latin computational linguistics



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