Yu.N. Klimov. Quantitative research of graphemes in Russian poetic and prosaic texts on the basis of the simple algebraic equations and their modeling
Submitted on: Dec 14, 2014, 03:27:20
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Description: It is lead quantitative research of graphemes in poetic and prosaic texts on the basis of the simple algebraic equations and their modeling. The hypothesis that cumulative graphemes possess properties of an information stream is confirmed. The following Russian poetic products are investigated: "Eugeny Onegin" A.S. Pushkin, "Kalevala" Belsky's translation, Psalter in Russian and Church Slavonic language on the following quantitative to characteristics: frequency of graphemes, cumulative frequency of graphemes, their natural logarithm, a share of number of graphemes and their percent. Keywords: quantitative lexicology, graphemes, Russian, poetry, prose, Eugeny Onegin, A.S. Pushkin, "Kalevala", L.P. Belsky's translation, Psalter, Church Slavonic language, frequency of graphemes, cumulative frequency of graphemes, the natural logarithm, a share of number of graphemes, dynamics of graphemes, cumulate graphemes, average frequency of graphemes, linear model, sedate model, logarithmic model, cumulate model, a polynom of the second degree, a polynom of the third degree, the algebraic equations, relative speed, relative exponential speed, unity of graphemes and words, the formula of graphemes, non-uniform distribution of graphemes on three zones, distribution Bradford, relationship of properties of graphemes and information streams, correlation of graphemes.
The abstract of this article will be published in the December 2014 issue of "Intellectual Archive Bulletin", ISSN 1929-1329.
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