Complex Networks-based Approach to Russian Rhyme History Description: Linguostatistics and Database
Student: Sozinova Olga
Supervisor: Boris Orekhov
Faculty: Faculty of Humanities
Educational Programme: Fundamental and Computational Linguistics (Bachelor)
Final Grade: 10
Year of Graduation: 2016
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