Elke Teich

List of John Benjamins publications for which Elke Teich plays a role.



Karakanta, Alina, Heike Przybyl and Elke Teich 2021 Chapter 12. Exploring variation in translation with probabilistic language modelsCorpora in Translation and Contrastive Research in the Digital Age: Recent advances and explorations, Lavid-López, Julia, Carmen Maíz-Arévalo and Juan Rafael Zamorano-Mansilla (eds.), pp. 307–323 | Chapter
While some authors have suggested that translationese fingerprints are universal, others have shown that there is a fair amount of variation among translations due to source language shining through, translation type or translation mode. In our work, we attempt to gain empirical insights into… read more
Degaetano-Ortlieb, Stefania, Katrin Menzel and Elke Teich 2019 Chapter 4. Typical linguistic patterns of English history texts from the eighteenth to the nineteenth century: An information-theoretic approachWriting History in Late Modern English: Explorations of the Coruña Corpus, Moskowich, Isabel, Begoña Crespo, Luis Puente-Castelo and Leida Maria Monaco (eds.), pp. 58–81 | Chapter
Degaetano-Ortlieb, Stefania and Elke Teich 2014 Register diversification in evaluative language: the case of scientific writingEvaluation in Context, Thompson, Geoff † and Laura Alba-Juez (eds.), pp. 241–258 | Article
In this chapter, we investigate register diversification in evaluative language focusing on scientific writing. For this purpose, we explore selected epistemic and attitudinal variants of evaluative expressions. We consider (1) the situational context of these expressions according to Systemic… read more
We report on a project investigating the lexico-grammatical properties of English scientific texts. The goal of this project is to gain insight into the linguistic effects of two scientific disciplines coming into contact with one another (e.g. computer science and linguistics) and possibly… read more
Steiner, Erich and Elke Teich 2004 3. Metafunctional profile of the grammar of GermanLanguage Typology: A functional perspective, Caffarel-Cayron, Alice, J.R. Martin and Christian M.I.M. Matthiessen (eds.), pp. 139–184 | Article
The main concern of this paper is to develop a model of cross-linguistic variation that is applicable to various kinds of comparative linguistic research. The motivation for this lies in the observation that there is little interaction among the major areas of comparative linguistic investigation… read more