Linguistic Analysis Task
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- input: a Linguistic Artifact.
- output: a Structured Representation, such as a Model.
- It can range from being a Manual Linguistic Analysis Task to being an Automated Linguistic Analysis Task.
- It can range from being:
- a Phonetic Analysis Task, the analysis of the Physical Properties of Speech (or signed) production and perception.
- a Phonological Analysis Task, the analysis of sounds (or signs) as discrete, abstract elements in the speaker's mind that distinguish meaning.
- a Morphological Analysis Task, the analysis of internal structures of Words and how they can be modified.
- a Linguistic Syntactic Analysis Task, the analysis of the internal structures of Sentences and how they can be modified.
- a Semantic Analysis Task, the analysis of the Concepts and Relations mentioned within a Linguistic Artifact and how these combine to form complex meanings.
- a Pragmatics Analysis Task, the analysis of how Linguistic Expressions are used (literally, figuratively, or otherwise) in Communicative Acts.
- It can be performed by a Linguistic Analysis System (that implements a Linguistic Analysis algorithm).
- It can be:
- It can be:
- See: Linguistic Theory, Data Analysis, Descriptive Linguistics.
- (Wikipedia, 2009) ⇒ en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linguistics
- (Crystal, 2008) ⇒ David Crystal. (2008). “A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics, 6th edition." Blackwell Publishing.