Год / Выпуск Авторы Заголовок Стр.
2021, 4 Yan Jianwei, Liu Haitao Morphology and word order in Slavic languages: Insights from annotated corpora 131-159
2020, 1 Dmitry S. Nikolaev [Review of:] Gard B. Jenset, Barbara McGillivray. Quantitative historical linguistics: A corpus framework. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. 256 p. ISBN 9780198718178. 155-160
2017, 2 Alexander Ch. Piperski N. Levshina. How to do linguistics with R. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2015. xii + 443 p. ISBN 978-90-272-1224-5. 134-139
2014, 2 Aleksandr P. Pečenyj [Review of:] L.A. Janda, A. Endresen, J. Kuznetsova, O. Lyashevskaya, A. Makarova, T. Nesset, S. Sokolova. Why Russian aspectual prefixes aren’t empty: Prefixes as verb classifiers. Bloomington (Indiana): Slavica, 2013. 138-146
2013, 5 Sergej A. Krylov A quantitative study of Mongolian. 46-57
2012, 6 Laura A. Janda Russian prefixes as a verb classifier system. 3-47
2011, 3 Valery D. Solovyev [Review of:] S. Wichmann, E. Holman (eds.). Temporal stability of linguistic typological features. Munich: LINCOM EUROPA, 2009. 124-128
2011, 1 Alexey A. Kretov, Inna A. Merkulova, Vladimir T. Titov Issues in Slavic quantitative lexicology. 52-65
2010, 6 Julija L. Kuznecova, Tatyana V. Veleyshikova Modern studies in corpus linguistics: new approaches 108-124
2010, 1 Evelina A. Tolpina, Tatyana V. Skulacheva, Maria V. Buyakova [Review of:] E. Kelih. Geschichte der Anwendung quantitativer Verfahren in der russischen Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft. Hamburg: Verlag Dr. Kovač, 2008. 133-138