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x-height

[′eks ‚hīt]
(graphic arts)
The height of the lowercase letter x in a font.

x-height

In typography, the height of the letter "x" in lower case. Point size includes the x-height, the height of the ascender and the height of the descender. See typeface.


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The normalization was obtained through this formula: NF = (AF/CS), that is, the normalized frequency (NF) is equal to the absolute frequency (AF) divided by the corpus size (CS).
Corpus size and composition: Evidence from the inflectional morphology of nouns in Old English and Old Frisian.
1998) The effect of corpus size in predicting reaction time in a basic word recognition task: Moving on from Kucera and Francis.
This result shows that a larger the corpus size is the better acoustic model.
Corpus size is given by the number of tokens in every corpus, that is, by the total of running words.
Keywords: lexical unit, lexical unit identification, token/type ratio, dice score, corpus size, average minimum law
Corpus size is obviously a matter of considerable discussion and is not the point of this particular paper but the subject of further research.