Danish Verbs as Knowledge Probes in Corpus-Based Terminology Work

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This article is a summary of an article which appeared in the homage publication to celebrate Mr. Heribert Picht's 60th birthday. The publication consists of contributions from a number of Nordic researchers who as Heribert Picht's former students have been inspired to keep working with terminology though in very different directions.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLSP and Professional Communication : An International Journal
EditorsJacques, Qvistgaard, Jan, Jan Engberg
Volume2
Place of PublicationKøbenhavn
PublisherDansk Selskab for Fagsprog og Fagkommunikation
Publication date2002
Pages77-93
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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Weilgaard Christensen, L. L. (2002). Danish Verbs as Knowledge Probes in Corpus-Based Terminology Work. In J. Qvistgaard, & J. Jan Engberg (Eds.), LSP and Professional Communication: An International Journal (Vol. 2, pp. 77-93). København: Dansk Selskab for Fagsprog og Fagkommunikation.
Weilgaard Christensen, Lise Lotte. / Danish Verbs as Knowledge Probes in Corpus-Based Terminology Work. LSP and Professional Communication: An International Journal. editor / Jacques, Qvistgaard ; Jan, Jan Engberg. Vol. 2 København : Dansk Selskab for Fagsprog og Fagkommunikation, 2002. pp. 77-93
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LSP and Professional Communication: An International Journal. ed. / Jacques, Qvistgaard; Jan, Jan Engberg. Vol. 2 København : Dansk Selskab for Fagsprog og Fagkommunikation, 2002. p. 77-93.

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