Serbian case inflected nouns.

Description

3240 case-inflected Serbian nouns and their frequencies, for 270 different masculine, feminine and neuter noun lemmas.

Usage

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Format

A data frame with 3240 observations on the following 3 variables:

WordForm

A character vector specifying the inflected word forms.

LemmaCase

A character vector specifying lemma (meaning), case, and number.

Frequency

A numeric vector specifying the frequency of each word form.

Details

Frequencies were taken from the Frequency Dictionary of Contemporary Serbian Language (Kostic, 1999). The 270 lemmas comprise the set of nouns for which each different case form appears at least once in this resource.

Source

Kostic, D. (1999). Frekvencijski recnik savremenog srpskog jezika (Frequency Dictionary of Contemporary Serbian Language). Institute for Experimental Phonetics and Speech Pathology & Laboratory of Experimental Psychology, University of Belgrade, Serbia.

References

Kostic, D. (1999). Frekvencijski recnik savremenog srpskog jezika (Frequency Dictionary of Contemporary Serbian Language). Institute for Experimental Phonetics and Speech Pathology & Laboratory of Experimental Psychology, University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Baayen, R. H., Milin, P., Filipovic Durdevic, D., Hendrix, P. and Marelli, M. (2011), An amorphous model for morphological processing in visual comprehension based on naive discriminative learning. Psychological Review, 118, 438-482.

See Also

See also serbianLex, estimateActivations.

Examples

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data(serbian)
serbian$Cues <- orthoCoding(serbian$WordForm, grams=2)
serbian$Outcomes <- serbian$LemmaCase
sw <- estimateWeights(cuesOutcomes=serbian)
sw[1:5,1:5]
desiredItems <- unique(serbian["Cues"])
desiredItems$Outcomes=""
activations <- estimateActivations(desiredItems, sw)$activationMatrix
rownames(activations) <- unique(serbian[["WordForm"]])
activations[1:5,1:6]

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