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How to deal with spelling variation in early stages of French and English

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The efficiency of search engines is based on the principle that the information sought can be retrieved by “looking for words” conveying the information. This amounts to taking for granted that words are always written in the same way. This view, which is well adapted to texts produced in contemporary periods of language history, is not suited to texts produced during the French Renaissance, and what is true for early French is true for early English too.

It is therefore necessary to...

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Université de Poitiers/University of Poitiers
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2012-12-05

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