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Lexicography at a Crossroads

Dictionaries and Encyclopedias Today, Lexicographical Tools Tomorrow


Henning Bergenholtz, Sandro Nielsen and Sven Tarp

Contents: Henning Bergenholtz/Sandro Nielsen/Sven Tarp: Introduction – Sven Tarp: Beyond Lexicography: New Visions and Challenges in the Information Age – Yukio Tono: Pocket Electronic Dictionaries in Japan: User Perspectives – Serge Verlinde/Jean Binon: Pedagogical Lexicography Revisited – Gerard Meijssen: The Philosophy behind OmegaWiki and the Visions for the Future – Pedro A. Fuertes-Olivera: The Function Theory of Lexicography and Electronic Dictionaries: WIKTIONARY as a Prototype of Collective Free Multiple-Language Internet Dictionary – Joseph Dung: Online Dictionaries in a Web 2.0 Environment – Jón Hilmar Jónsson: Lemmatisation of Multi-word Lexical Units: Motivation and Benefits – Zhang Yihua: A Bilingual Dictionary Generation System Based on the Microstructure of a Lexicographical Database – Philippe Humblé: Dictionaries on the Periphery. The Case of Brazil – Robert Lew: Towards Variable Function-Dependent Sense Ordering in Future Dictionaries – Rufus H. Gouws: Dictionaries as Innovative Tools in a New Perspective on Standardisation – Patrick Leroyer: Lexicography Hits the Road: New Information Tools for Tourists – Raja Saravanan: Structural Format for a Dialect Dictionary Showing Lexical Variation with Special Reference to Microstructure and Macrostructure – Julia Pajzs: On the Possibility of Creating Multifunctional Lexicographical Databases – Birger Andersen/Sandro Nielsen: Ten Key Issues in Lexicography for the Future.