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From Traditional Linguistics to Computational Linguistics. The Relevance of Digital Corpuses in Education

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From Traditional Linguistics to Computational Linguistics.
The Relevance of Digital Corpuses in Education

Recent advances in natural language processing architectures open new opportunities for enhanced educational designs. From proto-linguistics to natural language processing, the new era of internet-linguistics facilitates significant progress in the fields of computational linguistics and annotated digital corpora. With the help of quantitative linguistics, digital text compositions gain increased relevance in contemporary educational discourse
analysis via computational semantics and word sense disambiguation. Digital linguistics may provide key performance indicators to fields such as higher education where written contributions are of critical importance.

Keywords: responsive e-learning, educational data mining, syntactic maps, cognitive curriculum calibration, affective curriculum calibration.

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