Volume 4, Numbers 1-3, 1997 Special Issue:
Festschrift in Honour of Juhan Tuldava
: Classification of Verbal Characteristics Based on their Implication Force by Means of Cluster- and Factor Analysis.
: Contingency of Word-Formation and Semantic Features of German Adjectives.
John Ole Askedal
: Computing Morphosyntactic Differences. A Typological Perspective on German and Norwegian.
: Persistence and Other Aspects of Sentence-Length Series.
: Disturbing Factors in a Linguistic Usage Test.
: Are there Fractal Structures in Language? Units of Measurement and Dimensions in Linguistics.
: A Short Comment on Probability in Quantitative Linguistics.
: Some Quantitative Genre Indices of Academic Writing.
: A Method for Singling Out Representative Linguistic Features.
: Word-Length Distribution in Inuktitut Narratives: Empirical and Theoretical Findings.
: Parts of Speech in Predicting Reading Comprehension.
, Matti Laine
: Syntax and Inflectional Morphology in Aphasia: Quantitative Aspects of Wernicke Speakers' Narratives.
: Use of Functional Verb Groups in Works of Fiction.
: Time-Series Analysis in Linguistics: Application of the ARIMA Method to Cases of Spoken Polish.
: A Text Linguistic Hypothesis of G. K. Zipf.
: Length vs. Order: Word Length and Clause Length from the Perspective of Word Order.
: Development of Negation in French: A Quantitative Model.