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The Quran: Key Word Distribution, Correlations and Collocation Frequencies. (Hardback)

Adjectives, Nouns, Proper Nouns and Verbs, VOLUME 3

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Imprint: Gorgias Press
Series: Gorgias Islamic Studies
Pages: 406
ISBN: 9781463244187
Published: 31st January 2022
Casemate UK Academic

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The Quran: Key Word Distribution, Correlations and Collocation Frequencies presents key data related to the lexicon of the Quran, in terms of Key Word distribution and lexical associations. The digital text used for this purpose is the Uthmani text of the Tanzil Quran Text. This text is widely used. All vocalized Arabic text is quoted unaltered in any shape or form from the Tanzil text. Unvocalized Arabic text and transcriptions are my own. In this series, each Key Word – here adjectives, nouns, proper nouns and verbs – is presented together with the following key data: degree of concentration, weighted distribution, correlations and collocation frequencies. The Key Words are always referenced by their lemma and are sorted alphabetically according to Arabic and UNICODE order.

 

In lemmatizing the words, no attention has been given to the semantics of each word. Only on rare occasion have similar forms of words or proper nouns been separated in order to avoid confusion. In assigning each word a lemma, Classical dictionaries and Quran commentaries, as well as modern Quran dictionaries have been consulted. Deciding on these is not always obvious, since classical dictionaries and commentaries sometimes either disagree or present divergent variant readings or root and lemma attributions. This series contributes to Computational Linguistics and Digital Humanities in general, and Computational Linguistics research on the Quran in particular.

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