Yu.N. Klimov. The uniformity and consistency of cumulative quantitative characteristics of Russian graphemes parts and the housing of the novel by L.n. Tolstoy "anna Karenina"
Submitted on: Oct 15, 2016, 03:56:57
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Description: Studied quantitative characteristics of cumulative numbers of graphemes (CNGr, Gr) parts and the casing of the novel by L.N. Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina" [1-3] according to the method of Anthony L. "homogeneity" Gr  and sequence CNGr in contrast to the work , starting with the largest magnitude [1-2]. Consistency and uniformity CNGr in each interval will be different, the homogeneity of the number CNGr observed for the first, third and fourth intervals (2, 3, 2), and for fifth to seventh intervals 4, 5, 13, 14 and 15 CNGr. Moreover, the consistency and uniformity CNGr in parts of the novel and its body will differ from the distribution of Bradford's three zones. Uniformity for the source CNGr (value of ax) and the value of b in the linear equation y = ax+b was determined for 1-2, 4-8 parts and the housing of the novel with a high correlation coefficient R2 0.9286 to 0.9459, and the third degree polynomial âE" the largest free term âE" for parts 1-3, 6-8 and the housing of the novel, also with a high correlation coefficient R2 0.9998 to 0.9992. The application of the presented methods when CNGr, starting with the greatest value you can give new results on the properties of Gr. Keywords: homogeneity, heterogeneity, cumulative number of graphemes, the relative cumulative number of graphemes, modeling, linear equation, third degree polynomial, Anna Karenina, L.N. Tolstoy, quantitative lexicology, part of the novel, the case of the novel, the ranking of graphemes, the relative cumulative number of graphemes
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