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Anna Vechkaeva
Dictionary of Russian Language of the 11th — 17th Centuries as a Database: Information Retrieval and Research Perspectives
2016
In this work, the pilot version of the electronic dictionary based on Dictionary of the Russian language of 11–17 centuries was created. The dictionary database contains data from last three volumes of the dictionary and at the list of sources used in the dictionary to illustrate words usage. The search interface for the crated database was also created. Moreover, the dynamics of word-building patterns with “тре-“, “три-“, “трое-“ и “трех-“ was investigated using the created database. The time of the usage and semantics of the words were taken into account. On the base of the data from the Russian national corpora, the dynamics of the words with “тре-“, “три-“, “трое-“ and “трех-“ in modern Russian was described. The historicly determined nature of the variation of this word-building pattern.

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