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Al-Ansary, S. (2005).  “Building a Computational Lexicon for Arabic: A corpus-based approach”. In M. Alhawary & B. Elabbas (eds.) Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics. pp. 173–193. 

Al-Ansary, S. (2003).  “NP-Structure Types in Spoken and Written Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) Corpora”. In D. Parkinson & S. Farwaneh (eds.) Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics. pp. 149–180.

Al-Muhanna, A. (2003). Scientific and technological terms transfer into Arabic: A corpus-based study of Arabic noun+noun and noun+adjective compounds, Ph. D. thesis, UMIST.

Farghali, A.(ed.) (2008). Arabic Computational Linguistics. The University of Chicago Press.

Goweder, A. et al. (2004). Identifying Broken Plurals in Unvowelised Arabic Texts. [Online], Available: http://www.aclweb.org/anthology-new/W/W04/W04-3232.pdf. [1 April 2009].

Izwaini, S. (2004). Translation and The Language of Information Technology: A Corpus-based Study of the Vocabulary of Information Technology in English and its Translation into Arabic and Swedish. PhD thesis. University of Manchester, [Online], Available: http://www.iatis.org/newvoices/issues/2006/izwaini-abstract-2006.pdf.[8 March 2009]

Izwaini, S. (2000). Translating collocation: Arabic/English/Swedish. Unpublished MSc dissertation. University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST).

Parkinson, D. (2005). Using Arabic synonyms. Cambridge University Press.

         Parkinson, D. (2003). Future Variability: A Corpus Study of Arabic Future Particles. In D. Parkinson & S. Farwaneh (eds.) Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics XV. pp. 191-211.

Parkinson, D. (2003). Verbal Features of Oral Fusha Performances in Cairo. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, pp.163, 2003. Special Issue: Arabic Sociolinguistics as Viewed by Western Arabists, Issue Editor: Kirk Belnap. pp. 27-41.

Soudi, A. et al (eds.) (2007). Arabic Computational Morphology: Knowledge-based and Empirical Methods. Series: Text, Speech and Language Technology , Vol. 38. Springer.

Zaki, M. (2007). A corpus-based study of demonstrative phrased in English and Arabic, [Online], Available:http://www.docstoc.com/docs/2369614/A-Corpus-Based-Study-of-Demonstrative-Phrases-in-English-and-Arabic[8 March 2009]




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