Katerina T. Frantzi is an Associate Professor of Informatics - Corpus Linguistics. Her research interests include corpus linguistics, forensic linguistics and the application of technology in social sciences.

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Publications:
Technology Tools for Learning about Culture

We propose the use of corpus linguistics techniques for learning about culture, extracting linguistic and non-linguistic information from Greek traditional songs.

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Language Resources: What can they do with Terrorism?

This work proposes the contribution of corpus linguistics to the provision of evidence of authorship for the 17N terrorist organization announcements.

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Computing Stylistics and Corpus Linguistics for Author Identification

We apply corpus linguistics techniques and stylistics knowledge on forensic writings for the semi-automatic acquisition of features that characterize them.

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Creating a Dynamic Database and Corpus of Parliament Speech

We have created a dynamic database and corpus of parliament political speech with applications in the research fields of linguistics, politics and communication.

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Corpus Linguistics Processing on Cavafy’s Poems

In this study we apply corpus linguistics techniques for the automatic extraction of word and collocation lists from Cavafy’s poems.

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