Sture Allén


July 5, 2022

Sture Allén (born 31 December 1928 in Gothenburg and died 20 June 2022) is a Swedish professor of computer science at the University of Gothenburg. He was elected to the headquarters 3 of the Swedish Academy in 1980 and was the perpetual secretary of this Academy between 1986 and 1999.



Graphematic analysis as a basis for text editing, 1965. Johan Ekeblad's letter to his brother Claes Ekeblad 1639–1655, 1965. New Swedish frequency dictionary. 1–4, 1970–1980 (co-author) Introduction to Graphonomy, 1971 (with Staffan Hellberg) Swedish dictionary, 40th edition, 1971, 45th edition, 2000 (with Alfred Hässelberg) Förnamnsboken, Stockholm, 1979, 3rd edition, 1995 (with Staffan Wåhlin) Carl Ivar Ståhle: entrance speech to the Swedish Academy, 1980 Text processing. Proceedings of Nobel Symposium 51, 1982 Information about "information", 1985 (with Einar Selander) Swedish Academy and the Swedish language, 1986 (coauteur) Swedish dictionary, 1986, 3rd edition, 1999 (coauteur) The words reflect society, Stockholm, 1989 (coauteur) Of thoughts and words. Proceedings of Nobel Symposium 92, 1995 (editor) Almqvist & Wiksells lilla ordlista med bilduppslag, 1st edition, 1995, 2nd edition (with image boards and pronunciation words) 2002 Nationalencyklopedins ordbok. 1–3, 1995–1996 (co-author) The mother tongue in the fatherland: a selection of essays for forty years. Festskrift, 1999. Nobel Prize in Literature: An Introduction, 2001 (by Kjell Espmark) Johan Ekeblad: our man in the 17th century, 2006

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