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Journal of Technical Writing and Communication

1989 Volume 19, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Computer-Based Writing and Communication: Some Implications for Technical Communication Activities

    Leslie A. Olsen

    Suggests that the rapidly increasing capability of computer-based writing systems will force communication researchers to (1) broaden their basic conception of studying "author" to include... More

    pp. 97-118

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  2. Anatomy of a Style Analyzer

    Charles R. Stratton

    Discusses the capabilities and limitations of 10 computer programs that analyze writing style. Describes the mechanisms by which these programs read a text, analyze the writing style, and offer... More

    pp. 119-34

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