Statistical research on a corpus of Latin letters-collections from Cicero to Plinius to Augustine, Abaelard and Petrarch with analysis of the constants which appear in every collection and of individual features which characterize single corpora or authors. Particular attention is payed to the most frequent words or words-sequences, the distribution of a special subset of function words and the overlap of lexical forms between every couple of authors.

Stella, F.V. (2014). Generic Constants and Chronological Variations in Statistical Linguistics on Latin Epistolography. In Analysis of Ancient and Medieval Texts and Manuscripts: Digital Approaches (pp. 159-179). Turnhout : Brepols.

Generic Constants and Chronological Variations in Statistical Linguistics on Latin Epistolography

STELLA, FRANCESCO VINCENZO
2014

Abstract

Statistical research on a corpus of Latin letters-collections from Cicero to Plinius to Augustine, Abaelard and Petrarch with analysis of the constants which appear in every collection and of individual features which characterize single corpora or authors. Particular attention is payed to the most frequent words or words-sequences, the distribution of a special subset of function words and the overlap of lexical forms between every couple of authors.
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