KWIC


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KWICKeyword in Context
KWICKey Word in Context
KWICKawartha World Issues Centre (est. 1989; Peterborough, Ontario, Canada)
KWICKeuka Watershed Improvement Cooperative (Penn Yan, NY)
KWICKorea Welding Industry Cooperative (South Korea)
KWICKuiper Widefield Infrared Camera
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(228) Then users must utilize the KWIC (229) to read through the search returns and observe how the word is used in context.
The statistical parameters of KWIC index can help teachers and learners choose language learning materials, and will help to improve the English learning.
Kaazing, a Technology Partner in the AWS Partner Network, is offering AWS promotional usage credits for KWIC subscribers.
While KWIC V5.0 allows users to copy the content, the other systems allow users to save the outputted results in a designated format.
To a town car service like KWIC Airport Connection, higher rankings and heightened visibility translates into more phone calls from prospective customers seeking limo rentals or an airport shuttle.
Search strings contained deverbal nouns from the subgroup with prefixes and it turned out that the majority of KWIC lines contained typical light verbs: imati 'have', dati 'give', napraviti 'make'.
The corpus programme we used in this study is AntConc and the main purpose using this tool is to produce related concordances in a KWIC (Key Word in Context) format.
The statistical analyses were used for detection; when interesting patterns were found, the text itself, or a KWIC concordance representation of it, was used to examine the patterns and draw conclusions.
The library is referenced on NIA's homepage, www.niapune.com, and displays the various services offered, including Library Newsletter, KeyWord/s In Context (KWIC) Service, and a virtual tour.
These include the recognition of key words in context (KWIC) such as comparative adjectives ('more') and adverbs ('more deeply') used to quantify experience and learning; word repetitions (such as the phrase 'how to' used to identify procedural knowledge), and recurrent metaphors (such as the metaphor of money and capital).
For example, we can hypothesize that most scholars understand searching and KWIC (keyword in context) displays; what other analytic functions do scholars understand?
The purpose of building this training database was to use the key-word-in-context (KWIC) structure for searching the target words and their surrounding words.