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Title:LUŠČENJE STROKOVNEGA IZRAZJA Z UPOŠTEVANJEM KOLOKACIJ IZ BESEDIL S PODROČJA INFORMATIKE
Authors:Gmeiner, Primož (Author)
Plemenitaš, Katja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:V diplomskem delu je obravnavana metoda luščenja strokovnega izrazja z upoštevanjem kolokacij iz besedil s področja informatike, natančneje na temo elektronske uprave. Teoretični del naloge je splet različnih področij znanosti, ki so ključna za razumevanje osnovnih dejstev, ki zadevajo luščenje izrazja. Empirični del pa posreduje pristop, kako se je luščenja izrazja treba lotiti v praksi. Ključni vidiki raziskave si sledijo v predvidenem pravilnem vrstnem redu. Uporabljena je bila hibridna metoda, ki vključuje določene skladenjske vzorce in statistične izračune. Metoda je bila večstopenjsko opredeljena in podrobno opisana. Raziskava obsega luščenje izrazja, vnos podatkov, statistično obravnavo, korpusno obravnavo in izdelavo glosarja. Raziskava je terjala veliko ročne obdelave podatkov, precej pa sem si pomagal še z računalniško podprtimi programi. Nastali glosar vsebuje abecedni seznam dvobesednih kolokacij s slovenskimi ustreznicami in razlagami. Predstavlja osnovni sestav dvobesednih enot in možnost nadaljnjega raziskovanja, saj lahko obstoječim kolokacijam razširimo njihov trenutni n-gram, s tem pa povečamo glosar z večbesednimi enotami, predhodno izluščenimi iz besedil.
Keywords:terminološke kolokacije (sopojavljanke), luščenje strokovnega izrazja z upoštevanjem kolokacij (sopojavljank), hibridna metoda, skladenjski vzorci, korpusna analiza, glosar (razlagalni slovar), elektronska uprava
Year of publishing:2010
Publisher:[P. Gmeiner]
Source:Maribor
UDC:811.111'25(043.2):004
COBISS_ID:17788680 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:DLG9M4VK
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Language:English
Title:EXTRACTING TERMINOLOGICALLY RELEVANT COLLOCATIONS FROM TEXTS ON INFORMATICS
Abstract:The diploma thesis discusses the methodology behind the extraction of terminologically relevant collocations from texts on informatics, particularly from the special subject domain of electronic government. The theoretical framework presents a network of scientific fields crucial in understanding of basic facts surrounding the collocation extraction. Empirical part of the thesis, however, is a more hands-on approach describing how the extraction is performed in practice. Key aspects of the research are presented in an orderly fashion. A hybrid method of syntactic pattern filtering and statistical calculations is presented. It is divided into several stages and described in detail. The scale of the research included extraction method, data import, statistical analysis, corpora analysis and glossary-building. The research was carried out in a semi-automatic way, i.e. some work was done manually, while everything else was computer-assisted. The glossary created is an alphabetical word-list of two-word terminological collocations accompanied by their Slovene equivalents and definitions. It is a basic construct that can later on enable me to supplement the existing two-word units with the expansion of their n-grams, thus creating a glossary with multi-word units the collocation extraction has provided me with.
Keywords:terminological collocations, collocation extraction, hybrid method, syntactic patterns, corpora analysis, glossary, electronic government


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