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Visual Constituent Analysis: A Novel Method for Analysing Large Multimodal Text-Image Corpora

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Visual Constituent Analysis : A Novel Method for Analysing Large Multimodal Text-Image Corpora. / Dance, William; Christiansen, Alex; Wild, Alexander.

2019. Paper presented at Corpus Linguistics 2019, Cardiff, United Kingdom.

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Dance, W, Christiansen, A & Wild, A 2019, 'Visual Constituent Analysis: A Novel Method for Analysing Large Multimodal Text-Image Corpora', Paper presented at Corpus Linguistics 2019, Cardiff, United Kingdom, 22/07/19 - 26/07/19.

APA

Dance, W., Christiansen, A., & Wild, A. (2019). Visual Constituent Analysis: A Novel Method for Analysing Large Multimodal Text-Image Corpora. Paper presented at Corpus Linguistics 2019, Cardiff, United Kingdom.

Vancouver

Dance W, Christiansen A, Wild A. Visual Constituent Analysis: A Novel Method for Analysing Large Multimodal Text-Image Corpora. 2019. Paper presented at Corpus Linguistics 2019, Cardiff, United Kingdom.

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Dance, William ; Christiansen, Alex ; Wild, Alexander. / Visual Constituent Analysis : A Novel Method for Analysing Large Multimodal Text-Image Corpora. Paper presented at Corpus Linguistics 2019, Cardiff, United Kingdom.

Bibtex

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