AUTOMATIC DISTRIBUTIVE-STATISTIC ANALYSIS AS SYSTEM TEXT PROCESSING

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The article is devoted to the to the description of the automatic distributive-statistic analysis, distinction in distributive and statistical approaches for the analysis of terminological lexicon, an opportunity of application of the method for automatic text processing, formation of thesauruses and possibility to use it for the identification text genre in the corpse of technical texts.


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Olga I Maksimenko

Moscow Regional State University

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Email: maxbel7@yandex.ru
10A, Radio str., Moscow, Russia, 105005

Doctor of Philology, Professor, Professor, Department of theoretical and applied linguistics, Institute of linguistics and intercultural communication

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