Comparing English Worldwide: The International Corpus of English

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ABBREVIATIONS
AUTASYS Automatic Text Annotation System
BROWN Brown Corpus of American Printed English
CA Contrastive Analysis
CIA Contrastive Interlanguage Analysis
CSAE Corpus of Spoken American English
DTD Document Type Definition
EFL English as a Foreign Language
EIL English as an International Language
ENL English as a Native Language
EOL English as an Official Language
ESL English as a Second Language
ICAME International Computer Archive of Modern English
ICE International Corpus of English
ICECUBE International Corpus of English Corpus Utility for Building and
Enhancing
ICECUP International Corpus of English Corpus Utility Program
ICE-GB International Corpus of English, the British Corpus
ICLE International Corpus of Learner English
KWIC Keyword in Context
LLC London-Lund Corpus
LOB London-Oslo/Bergen Corpus of British Printed English
MB Megabytes
NLP Natural Language Processing
PROSICE A Speech Database Derived from ICE for Studies in Prosody
RAM Random Access Memory
SDL String Description Language
SEU Survey of English Usage
SGML Standard Generalized Markup Language
SLA Second Language Acquisition
TEI Text Encoding Initiative
TOSCA Tools for Syntactic Corpus Analysis (name of research group at
University of Nijmegen)
UCL University College London
UMB/IMA University of Massachusetts at Boston/Intelligent Markup Assistant
WCSNZE Wellington Corpus of Spoken New Zealand English

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