Adam Kilgarriff
homepage:http://www.kilgarriff.co.uk/
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Description

Adam Kilgarriff is a research scientist working at the intersection of computational linguistics, corpus linguistics, and dictionary-making. Following a PhD on "Polysemy" from Sussex University, he has worked at Longman Dictionaries, Oxford University Press, and the University of Brighton, and is now Director of two companies, Lexicography MasterClass (http://www.lexmasterclass.com/) and Lexical Computing Ltd (http://www.sketchengine.co.uk/) which provide software, training and consultancy in the research areas.


Lectures:

panel
flag Will there still be dictionaries in 2020?
as author at  Electronic lexicography in the 21st century: new applications for new users (eLex2011),
together with: Simon Krek (moderator), Carole Tiberius, Erin McKean, Magali Paquot, Michael Rundell, Piek Vossen,
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  panel
flag Will there still be dictionaries in 2020?
as author at  Electronic lexicography in the 21st century: new applications for new users (eLex2011),
2924 views
lecture
flag Comparable Corpora BootCaT
as author at  Electronic lexicography in the 21st century: new applications for new users (eLex2011),
3165 views
  lecture
flag Grammar is to meaning as the law is to good behaviour
as author at  Korpusi, več kot le statistika,
5980 views