Literary and Linguistic Computing

Издатель:  Oxford University Press
03-15-2000 Founded to provide a place for dialogue among "computing humanists," this journal broadened its editorial focus in 1997. It now invites articles not just on text-based subjects in the humanities but also "visual and artifactual disciplines." Other measures meant to increase readership have included omitting sections such as "the Diary" and "News and Notes," replacing them with a wide range of topical special sections (one such example is "The Use of Computers in Film and Performance Studies"). In addition, an occasional special issue will be published, such as "Use of Computers in the Study of Ancient Documents." The eight scholarly articles in this special issue ranged from 2 to 12 pages. All had a brief abstract and references (except for the merely descriptive pieces). Recommended only where corresponding doctoral programs are offered. See also International Journal of Corpus Linguistics (above in this section). Jo McClamroch

ISSN 0268-1145

Изд. данные Содержание Доступность Редколлегия НЭИКОН
Название журнала Literary and Linguistic Computing
Аббревиатура наименования LLCOEI
Страна United Kingdom
Издатель Oxford University Press
Первый год издания 1986
Периодичность 991298 Edward Vanhoutte Oxford University Press Editor-In-Chief
Формат публикации Print
Статус Active