Semantic structure analysis

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Semantic structure analysis (or SSA) is a methodology for systematic description of the intended meaning of natural language, developed by the Summer Institute of Linguistics.[1] The name is also used for Eugene Nida's technique for mapping lexical items from a source language to a receptor language in translation theory.

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  1. ^ Erikson (1999): p. 285.

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  1. ^ Structure analysis