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Liu, C. 2011, The linguistic analysis of sound ambiguity and meaning ambiguity. Paper presented at The Third International Workshop on Education Technology and Computer Science, Washington, USA. 
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Resource type: Proceedings Article
DOI: 10.1109/ETCS.2011.184
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 978-0-7695-4334-5
BibTeX citation key: Liu2011a
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Categories: General
Keywords: Ambiguity
Creators: Liu
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society (Washington, USA)
Collection: The Third International Workshop on Education Technology and Computer Science
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Abstract
"This thesis will talk about ambiguity by classifying it into sound ambiguity and meaning ambiguity. In the first part, the author will discuss the theories in ambiguity namely the Q-and R-principle and IC-analysis which are the most basic and important in the analysis of ambiguity. In the following part, the author will analyze the sound ambiguity and meaning ambiguity in detail. Polysemy and homonymy are the main causes of sound ambiguity. Culture and context are the main causes of meaning ambiguity. And in the last part the author will discuss the advantage and disadvantage of ambiguity. Ambiguity can be seen as a sword that has two blades. The positive side should be studied to make the language becomes more interesting and vivid. The negative side should be avoided to make the writing or speech more accurate."
  
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