Linguistic structure and multimedia: a contemporary linguistic study in the light of computational linguistics

Authors

  • Dr Eiman Abdelgabr Abdelsamie Allam

Keywords:

digital literature, interconnected text, hypermedia, hypertext

Abstract

This research paper is concerned with studying the language and linguistic structure in modern digital poetics in light of contemporary linguistics, by studying the language and linguistic structure of interactive digital text or digital work as a complete unit and a comprehensive structure in which many multimedia have come together, by studying the linguistic structure of these media/texts. This was done through application to the interactive digital poem, so the topic was entitled ((Linguistic structure and multimedia: a contemporary linguistic study in light of computational linguistics)). The first topic: linguistic structure and multimedia, a theoretical study                                          The second topic: Linguistic structure and multimedia in the digital poem, an applied study in the light of computational linguisticsThe research reached several results, including: The study of the phonetic, morphological and grammatical linguistic structure of the work revealed the author’s consideration of the linguistic aspect in the compositional structure of the text and not relying on media only to express his experience.Multimedia represents elements and alphabets interconnected with language that are indispensable in digital construction Digital literature and the digital poem represented a tremendous overcoming of the linguistic barriers upon which paper literary works were based

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Published

2023-12-04

How to Cite

Dr Eiman Abdelgabr Abdelsamie Allam. (2023). Linguistic structure and multimedia: a contemporary linguistic study in the light of computational linguistics. Yantu Gongcheng Xuebao/Chinese Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, 45(12), 40–47. Retrieved from http://ytgcxb.periodicales.com/index.php/CJGE/article/view/343

Issue

Vol. 45 No. 12 (2023)

Section

Articles