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Henning Bergenholtz

Needs-Adapted Data Access and Data Presentation

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Needs-Adapted Data Access and Data Presentation. / Bergenholtz, Henning.

e-Lexicography: The Internet, Digital Initiatives and Lexicography. red. / Pedro A. Fuertes-Olivera; Henning Bergenholtz. Bloomsbury Academic, 2011. s. 30-53.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/proceedingBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

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Bergenholtz, H 2011, Needs-Adapted Data Access and Data Presentation. i PA Fuertes-Olivera & H Bergenholtz (red), e-Lexicography: The Internet, Digital Initiatives and Lexicography. Bloomsbury Academic, s. 30-53. <http://www.statsbiblioteket.dk/au/showrecord.jsp?record_id=sb_4458673>

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Bergenholtz, H. (2011). Needs-Adapted Data Access and Data Presentation. I P. A. Fuertes-Olivera, & H. Bergenholtz (red.), e-Lexicography: The Internet, Digital Initiatives and Lexicography (s. 30-53). Bloomsbury Academic. http://www.statsbiblioteket.dk/au/showrecord.jsp?record_id=sb_4458673

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Bergenholtz H. 2011. Needs-Adapted Data Access and Data Presentation. Fuertes-Olivera PA, Bergenholtz H, red. I e-Lexicography: The Internet, Digital Initiatives and Lexicography. Bloomsbury Academic. s. 30-53.

MLA

Bergenholtz, Henning "Needs-Adapted Data Access and Data Presentation". og Fuertes-Olivera, Pedro A. Bergenholtz, Henning (red.). e-Lexicography: The Internet, Digital Initiatives and Lexicography. Kapitel 2, Bloomsbury Academic. 2011, 30-53.

Vancouver

Bergenholtz H. Needs-Adapted Data Access and Data Presentation. I Fuertes-Olivera PA, Bergenholtz H, red., e-Lexicography: The Internet, Digital Initiatives and Lexicography. Bloomsbury Academic. 2011. s. 30-53

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Bergenholtz, Henning. / Needs-Adapted Data Access and Data Presentation. e-Lexicography: The Internet, Digital Initiatives and Lexicography. red. / Pedro A. Fuertes-Olivera ; Henning Bergenholtz. Bloomsbury Academic, 2011. s. 30-53

Bibtex

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