The Preliminary Study on the Construction of the Energy Power Corpus

Qian ZHANG, Chunyan WANG

Abstract


Under the severe development background of the energy power corpus, this passage is meant to make efforts to do some preliminary study for it from the aspects of the criteria for corpus design, principles for the text selection and releasing platform for the corpus and its maintenance. Based on some successful experience of the copra such as BNC, this corpus would make some specific adjustments for its unique use. For practically using goal, this corpus aims to benefit the teachers and students, researchers, translators and people who have certain needs. 


Keywords


Energy power corpus; Corpus tagging; Corpus storage; Sharing platform

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10526

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