- 18th METU British Novelists Conference: “Jane Austen and Her Work.” Ankara, 16-17 December 2010. 8th International Language, Literature and Stylistics Symposium.
- “The Seventh International Language, Literature and Stylistics Conference in the Year of Rumi” organized by Selcuk University in collaboration with the Rumi Research Centre. - Contributions to the organisations of the METU British Novelists Conference series between 20.
A statistical comparison of those measures is out of the scope of the study, and the measures will be evaluated according to the linguistic relevance of the rankings they provide.
The focus of the study is basically on optimizing the corpus data, before applying the measures and then, evaluating the rankings produced by these measures as a whole, not on the linguistic relevance of individual n-grams.
The findings include intra-linguistically relevant associative measures for a comma delimited, sentence splitted, lower-cased, well-balanced, representative, 10-million-word corpus of Turkish.
This guide is intended to provide a few starting points to assist you with your research on Turkey and the Ottoman Empire.
It contains English as well as Turkish and where available, Ottoman Turkish language material on issues related to the history, cultures, languages, and arts of the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic.
In this guide, researchers of Ottoman literature and history, of Turkish popular culture, of Islam in Turkey, or of the growth of secularism and the republic, as well as those interested in the contemporary Turkish scene, have at their disposal a signpost to a variety of resources and information.
The rise of a new empire can often be a result of the vacuum of power that a previous empire leaves behind.
The Turks, or the future Ottomans, had become the dominant power in the Middle East and South Eastern Europe in part because of their extraordinary political and military organization, but mainly because of the exhaustion of the old neighboring empires, Christian Byzantium and Muslim Abbasid Caliphate.
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