Definition of stylometry in English:

stylometry

Syllabification: sty·lom·e·try
Pronunciation: /stīˈlämitrē
 
/

noun

The statistical analysis of variations in literary style between one writer or genre and another.
More example sentences
  • Thanks for demonstrating that literary stylometry has progressed far beyond intuition and type-token ratios.
  • Binongo's paper appeared in the spring issue of the journal Chance, in a special issue on stylometry - the science of measuring literary style.
  • There will always be some authorship questions that stylometry can't touch.

Derivatives

stylometric

Pronunciation: /-ləˈmetrik/
adjective
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  • He then subjected his hunches to rigorous stylometric testing, checking their diction against the 20,783 words known to have been written by James between 1858 and 1871.
  • The Federalist Papers has long been a favorite testing ground for researchers trying out new stylometric methods.
  • Test data sets were created from Project Gutenberg texts and a variety of stylometric features were counted.

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