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Becher, V. 2010a. Towards a More Rigorous Treatment of the Explicitation Hypothesis in Translation Studies. trans-kom Vol. 3. No. 1. 1–25. Becher V

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Englund Dimitrova, B. 2003. Explicitation in Russian-Swedish Translation: Sociolinguistic and Pragmatic Aspects. In: Englund Dimitrova, B. & Pereswetoff-Morath, A. (eds.) Swedish Contributions to the Thirteenth International Congress of Slavists

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Becher, V. 2010. Abandoning the Motion of “Translation-inherent” Explicitation. Against a Dogma of Translation Studies. Across Languages and Cultures Vol. 11. No. 1. 1–28. Becher V

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). Explicit and implicit methods, url: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Explicit_and_implicit_methods (megtek. dátuma: 2010. 08. 07.) Semi-implicit Euler method, url.: http

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–New York–Oxford, 1988 . [12] Tamura , J. , Explicit formulae for Cantor series representing quadratic irrationals , Number Theory

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://www.robertocrivello.com/styleinitalian.html Dolgan, M. 1998. L’infinitif dans le discourse proustien et dans sa version Slovène. BA Dissertation . University of Ljubljana. Englund Dimitrova, B. 2005. Expertise and Explicitation in the Translation Process

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. Baumgarten , N. , Meyer , B. & Özçetin , D. 2008 . Explicitness in Translation and Interpreting: A Critical Review and Some Empirical Evidence (of an Elusive Concept) . Across Languages and Cultures Vol. 9 . No. 2 . 177 – 203

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Becher, V. 2010. Abandoning the Notion of ‘Translation-Inherent’ Explicitation: Against a Dogma of Translation Studies. Across Languages and Cultures Vol. 11. No. 1. 1–28. Becher V

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Introduction Significant increases in pornography [for the purposes of the study, it will be interchangeable with sexually explicit material (SEM)] has prompted researchers to further explore its impact on users and

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Periodica Mathematica Hungarica
Authors: Pakwan Riyapan, Vichian Laohakosol, and Tuangrat Chaichana

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Two types of explicit continued fractions are presented. The continued fractions of the first type include those discovered by Shallit in 1979 and 1982, which were later generalized by Pethő. They are further extended here using Peth\H o's method. The continued fractions of the second type include those whose partial denominators form an arithmetic progression as expounded by Lehmer in 1973. We give here another derivation based on a modification of Komatsu's method and derive its generalization. Similar results are also established for continued fractions in the field of formal series over a finite base field.

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