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Malay Concordance Project - collection

Proudfoot, Ian


The Malay Concordance Project (MCP) utilizes computer technology to create a rich concordance of classical Malay literature, with the aim of helping scholars share resources for the study of this literature. The focus of the collection is a growing corpus of classical Malay texts, comprising (as of the year 2012) 165 texts and 5.8 million words, including 140,000 verses. These texts can be searched on-line to provide useful information about: *contexts in which words are used. *where particular...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Type: Dataset
Access Rights: Open Access via publisher website


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