Exporting Phrases: A Statistical Analysis of Topical Language. Steier, A. M. and Belew, R. K. In Casey, R. and Croft, B., editors, 2nd Symposium on Document Analysis and Information Retrieval, 1994.
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@inproceedings{SL001,
  added-at = {2009-06-22T10:05:09.000+0200},
  author = {Steier, A. M. and Belew, R. K.},
  biburl = {http://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/260fa03cabd8bf0036737503bb88e141f/n.nanas},
  booktitle = {2nd Symposium on Document Analysis and Information Retrieval},
  editor = {Casey, R. and Croft, B.},
  interhash = {f53f0752ae308abe71b37fbc3822407f},
  intrahash = {60fa03cabd8bf0036737503bb88e141f},
  keywords = {linguistics, mutual sublanguages, Technical corpus-based information.},
  qnote = {(TERM DEPENDENCE) Some interesting findings Word bigrams can have a high MI in the complete collection and small in the subtopic. This is hapenning when one of the two words is descriptive within the subtopic. I don't knowhow exactly to link the findings to the way I am linking terms.},
  timestamp = {2009-06-23T10:19:15.000+0200},
  title = {Exporting Phrases: A Statistical Analysis of Topical Language},
  year = 1994
}
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