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Title Computer keystroke logging and writing : methods and applications / edited by Kirk P.H. Sullivan, Eva Lindgren.
Imprint Amsterdam ; London : Elsevier, 2006.

Series Studies in writing.
Studies in writing. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no99049000
Subject Written communication -- Data processing.
Electronic data processing -- Keyboarding -- Research.
Written communication -- Research.
Written communication -- Methodology.
Alt Name Sullivan, Kirk P. H.
Lindgren, Eva.
Description 1 online resource (vi, 242 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover -- Table of Contents -- Keystroke Logging: An Introduction -- Introduction -- Positioning Keystroke Research -- Keystroke Logging: Main Features -- The Structure of the Book -- The Pausological Study of Written Language Production -- Introduction -- Temporal Aspects of Language Production -- The Pausological Study of Writing -- Conclusion -- Writing and the Analysis of Revision: An Overview -- Introduction -- The Writing Process -- The Revision Process -- Revision Analysis -- On-Line Revision Analysis -- Summary -- What Keystroke Logging can Reveal about Writing -- Methods and Tools -- Speech and Writing -- Learning to Write -- Writing Difficulties -- Combining Keystroke Logging with Eye-Tracking -- Experimental Research on Word-level Writing -- Research Directions -- Inputlog: New Perspectives on the Logging of On-Line Writing Processes in a Windows Environment -- Introduction -- Characteristics of Inputlog -- Technical Description -- Functional Description -- Further Development -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- Glossary -- General Logging File -- Analyses (see also help file) -- Research Methods in Translation -- Translog -- Empirical, Process-Oriented Translation Research -- Translog History -- Translog's Five Main Functions -- Using Translog in Translation Experiments -- Analysing Translog Data -- Conclusion -- Examining Pauses in Writing: Theory, Methods and Empirical Data -- Introduction -- How Studies of Pausing can Contribute to our Understanding of Writing -- Tracing Pauses in the Written Language Production Process -- Paused Definition Used in the Empirical Studies -- Earlier Research -- Corpus-Based Analysis of Pauses -- Pause Frequencies, and Durations in Different Microcontexts in the Writing of Adults with no Reading or Writing Difficulties -- Using Microcontexts to Analyse Pauses in the Writing of Young Writers and Writers with Writing Difficulties -- Macro-Level Pause Distribution -- The Complexity of Pause Studies -- Summary and Future Research Directions -- Acknowledgement -- Pausing, Productivity and the Processing of Topic in OnLine Writing -- Introduction -- Analytical Developments in Keystroke Logging Research -- A Keystroke Study of L1 and L2 Writers -- Discussion and Conclusions -- Analysing Online Revision -- Introduction -- The LS-Taxonomy: An OnLine Revision Taxonomy -- Pre-Contextual Revisions -- Contextual Revisions -- Other Aspects of Online Revision Analysis -- Discussion -- Acknowledgements -- Segmentation of the Writing Process in Translation: Experts Versus Novices -- Introduction -- Pauses and Segmentation of the Writing Process -- Data and Method -- Results -- Discussion -- Supporting Learning, Exploring Theory and Looking Forward With Keystroke Logging -- Introduction -- Supporting Learning Using Keystroke Logging -- Exploring Theory -- Looking Forward with Keystroke Logging -- References -- Author Index -- Subject Index -- Contributors -- Last Page.
Note Print version record.
Summary An overview with the world's best in one volume.
ISBN 0080460933 (electronic bk.)
9780080460932 (electronic bk.)
0080449344 (Cloth)
9780080449340
0080449344
ISBN/ISSN 9780080449340
OCLC # 441765308
Additional Format Print version: Computer keystroke logging and writing. Amsterdam ; London : Elsevier, 2006 9780080449340 (OCoLC)76166977.