W. John Hutchins
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William John Hutchins (born 27 January 1939) is an English linguist and information scientist specialized in machine translation. He was educated at the University of Nottingham (BA) and the University of East Anglia (PhD).
- Hutchins, W. John (1975). Languages of indexing and classification. A linguistic study of structures and functions. London: Peter Peregrinus.
- Hutchins, W. John (1977). On the Problem of "Aboutness" in Document Analysis. Journal of Informatics, 1, 17-35.
- Hutchings, W. John (1978). The concept of "aboutness" in subject indexing. Aslib Proceedings, 30, 172-181.
- Hutchings, W. John (2006). Machine translation: history of research and use. In: Encyclopedia of Languages and Linguistics. 2nd edition, edited by Keith Brown (Oxford: Elsevier 2006), vol.7, pp. 375–383. PDF, 445KB.
- John Hutchins Personal website
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