Proceedings of Third Workshop "Computational linguistics and language science",
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This article is devoted to the problem of defining a genre in computer linguistics and searching for parameters that could formalize the concept of a genre. All kinds of existing typologies of genres rely on different types of features, whereas in the practice of NLP, any modern applications are adapted to learning on big data, and therefore - on text features that do not require additional non-automatic markup. Based on such text-internal features, in this article, we focus on the differentiation of various genres and their grouping on the basis of a similar distribution of features. The description of the contribution of various types of features to the final result and their interpretation are given, and also an analysis of how such features can be used to further adaptation of NLP models is provided. The materials of the "Taiga" corpus with genre annotation are used as experimental data.