- Title Pages
- From the Editors
- Language Variation Studies and Computational Humanities
- Panel Discussion on Computing and the Humanities
- Making Sense of Strange Sounds: (Mutual) Intelligibility of Related Language Varieties. A Review
- Phonetic and Lexical Predictors of Intelligibility
- Linguistic Determinants of the Intelligibility of Swedish Words among Danes
- Mutual Intelligibility of Standard and Regional Dutch Language Varieties
- The Dutch-German Border: Relating Linguistic, Geographic and Social Distances
- The Space of Tuscan Dialectal Variation: A Correlation Study
- Recognising Groups among Dialects
- Comparison of Component Models in Analysing the Distribution of Dialectal Features
- Factor Analysis of Vowel Pronunciation in Swedish Dialects
- Representing Tone in Levenshtein Distance
- The Role of Concept Characteristics in Lexical Dialectometry
- What Role does Dialect Knowledge Play in the Perception of Linguistic Distances?
- Quantifying Dialect Similarity by Comparison of the Lexical Distribution of Phonemes
- Corpus-based Dialectometry: Aggregate Morphosyntactic Variability In British English Dialects<sup>*</sup>
- Computing and Language Variation
- Edinburgh University Press
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