Part of the book's methodology involves lexical analysis, drawing upon major dictionary resources and mining their collective commonsense fund of meanings in order to circumscribe its topics.
What does LEX stand for?
LEX stands for Lexical Analysis (Unix Program)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of LEX
We have 5 other meanings of LEX in our Acronym Attic
- London Exploratory Workshop in Testing (software testing peer conference)
- Loot (online gaming slang)
- League of Egyptian Women Voters
- Lake Erie Wing Watch (Ohio)
- Land Electronic Warfare Working Group (NATO)
- Lambda Epsilon Chi (Paralegal National Honor Society)
- LAN Extension
- Leading Edge Extension
- Legal Expert Group (EU)
- Lexington, KY, USA - Blue Grass Field (Airport Code)
- Life Expectancy (World Health Organization)
- Low-Resolution X-Ray Spectrometer
- League of Extraordinary Coworking Spaces (various locations)
- Life in Extreme Environments
- Lenguaje Experimental Introductorio a la Computación Con Objetos
- Legal Electronic Research System (legal database of Mead Data Central)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The edition also contains over sixty pages of introductory material which, amongst much else, presents the various Old French versions of the Secretum to us, and provides a lexical analysis of Geoffrey's translation.
Supports message throughput of 150,000 messages per hour with full lexical analysis on all inbound and outbound filtering features enabled, or more than 300,000 messages per hour and 10,000 concurrent connections when leveraging netMLX connection management features.
Thus, in such instances, grammatical analysis of cross-reference mapping not only supports the finding of the lexical analysis but also complements it by adding more information to its description.
A lexical analysis of the English of electronics and a study of semi technical vocabulary.
Two main methods are used to analyse text: String Matching and Lexical Analysis String matching is the most basic type.
Her use of various traditional methods for analyzing scriptural texts is always learned - whether tradition-history, source-criticism, lexical analysis or redactional comparison.
Beginning with a lexical analysis of the various Akkadian words for "image," Edward M.