Karlina Denistia
Karlina Denistia
PhD student of Quantitative Linguistics, Eberhard Karls Universitaet Tuebingen
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Working with a linguistic corpus using R: An introductory note with Indonesian negating construction
IM Rajeg, G. P. W, Denistia, K., and Rajeg
Linguistik Indonesia 36 (1), 1-36, 2018
32018
The Indonesian prefixes PE- and PEN-: A study in productivity and allomorphy
K Denistia, RH Baayen
Morphology 29 (3), 385-407, 2019
22019
Semantic vector model on the Indonesian prefixes PE-and PEN
K Denistia, E Shafaei-Bajestan, RH Baayen
22019
Pe- and PeN-: A Corpus Based Analysis in Allomorphy
K Denistia, RH Baayen
Kongres Internasional Masyarakat Linguistik Indonesia 2018, 179-183, 2018
22018
Revisiting the Indonesian prefixes peN-, pe2-and per
K Denistia
Linguistik Indonesia 36 (2), 144-160, 2018
22018
THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE AGENTIVE NOMINALIZER OF THE SUFFIXES {–ER},{–IST}, AND {-AN}
K Denistia
Thesis. Yogyakarta: Sanata Dharma University, 2009
22009
The Distribution of the Agentive Nominalizer of the Suffixes {-er} and {-an}
K Denistia, FB Alip
Journal of Language and Literature 14 (1), 50-60, 2014
12014
Talking Donald Trump: A Sociolinguistic Study of Style, Metadiscourse, and Political Identity
K Denistia
Linguistik Indonesia 37 (1), 97-99, 2019
2019
Semantic Vector Space Model and the Usage Patterns of Indonesian Denominal Verbs with meN-, meN--kan, and meN--i Affixes
G Primahadi-Wijaya-Rajeg, K Denistia, S Musgrave
FORM-MEANING RELATIONSHIPS OF THE INDONESIAN PREFIXES PE-AND PEN-AND ITS ALLOMORPHS
K Denistia, RH Baayen
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