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This index presents a list of proper nouns, terms and concepts relevant to the discussion on the field of Latin computational linguistics. Computational Linguistics is not just a series of tools to produce new and richer data available for linguistic analyses; it also implements a new way of looking at language. By introducing this new way to investigate Latin, this book promotes a radical methodological innovation in Latin Linguistics. In addition to the merits of computational resources and models, and quantitative corpus methods, in the book the author stresses the benefits of a collaborative approach to research. The book also illustrates a corpus-based quantitative case study on Latin spatial preverbs which uses the valency lexicon and state-of-the-art statistical techniques.

Keywords: Latin computational linguistics; Latin spatial preverbs; quantitative corpus

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