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The creation of China’s largest Russian-Chinese parallel corpus is described. Information on the overall structure of the corpus is laid out, selected texts are characterized, and the description is given of the processes of corpus development and automatic generation of a keyterm glossary. The...
This paper presents a multimedia corpus of the Yiddish language that was created by the authors. The first version of the corpus has 10 hours of audio and video materials synchronized with a transcript. For the main corpus, a search platform and web interface using the NoSQL database, the Django...
The specific nature of library activity is analyzed in the context of new realities that underpin the development and storage of library resources. Arguments that justify the key role of libraries in information support of scientific research are presented. The structure of the library network...
Domestic and foreign bibliometric studies of trends in national and international scientific collaboration are discussed. Special attention is given to differences in various fields of knowledge and to the effect of distance on scientific collaboration. Globalization of science is demonstrated...
The “combinatorial explosion” of DSM hypotheses can be explained by the occurrence of DSM similarities only due to an accidental coincidence of several non-essential properties of training examples. The standard mechanisms for reducing the number of hypotheses are increasing the border by the...
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