Electronic Applications of the Semi-Bilingual Dictionary

By November 17, 2016,
AuthorIlan J. Kernerman
TitleElectronic Applications of the Semi-Bilingual Dictionary
AbstractAs dictionaries get integrated in daily life, their role and functioning transform. Increasingly, nowadays, dictionary use takes place in computerized environments. The change from printed to electronic media affects what a dictionary is, or may be, and how it will be used. This paper discusses some aspects of the ensuing differences with reference to electronic applications of(Kemerman) semi-bilingual English learner dictionaries. From simple PC products through scholarly research and multimedia CD-ROMs, current directions include versions online and in e-learning, various hand-held devices and cellular phones, multilingual lexicography, etc, opening new prospects for future developments.
SessionDifferent Lexicographical and Lexicological Topics
author = {Ilan J. Kernerman},
title = {Electronic Applications of the Semi-Bilingual Dictionary },
pages = {615-621},
booktitle = {Proceedings of the 10th EURALEX International Congress},
year = {2002},
month = {aug},
date = {13-17},
address = {KĂžbenhavn, Denmark},
editor = {Anna Braasch and Claus Povlsen},
publisher = {Center for Sprogteknologi},
isbn = {87-90708-09-1},