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In this paper, I introduce a computational tool, TYTO (" Typology Tool "), that utilises Semantic Web technologies in order to provide novel ways to process, integrate, and query cross-linguistic data. Its data store incorporates a set of on-tologies (comprising linguistic examples, annotations, language background information , and metadata) backed by a(More)
The Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad (OzCLO) started in 2008 in only two locations and has since grown to a nationwide competition with almost 1500 high school students participating in 2013. An Australian team has participated in the International Linguistics Olympiad (ILO) every year since 2009. This paper describes how the competition is(More)
The paper presents a new way of accounting for the meaning of verbs in natural languages, using a diagrammatic notation based on the Unified Modeling Language (UML). We will introduce the new framework by outlining some model-ing elements and indicating major differences to the UML. An extended example will be discussed in more detail. We will then focus on(More)
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