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Linked data in linguistics : representing and connecting language data and language metadata
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Introduction and Overview. S. Chiarcos, S. Hellmann, and S. Nordhoff.- Linking Linguistic Resources: Examples from the Open Linguistics Working Group. Expand
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Towards a Linguistic Linked Open Data cloud: The Open Linguistics Working Group
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The Open Linguistics Working Group (OWLG) is an initiative of experts from different fields concerned with linguistic data, including academic linguistics (e.g. typology, corpus linguistics), applied linguistics, and NLP. Expand
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Glottolog/Langdoc: Defining Dialects, Languages, and Language Families as Collections of Resources
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This paper describes the Glottolog/Langdoc project, an attempt to provide near-total bibliographical coverage of descriptive resources to the world's languages. Expand
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Linked Data for Linguistic Diversity Research: Glottolog/Langdoc and ASJP Online
  • S. Nordhoff
  • Computer Science
  • Linked Data in Linguistics
  • 2012
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Glottolog/Langdoc is an attempt to attain near-complete bibliographical coverage for the world’s lesser-known languages (i.e. 95% of the world's linguistic diversity). Expand
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Nomen/Verb-Distinktion im Guarani
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Linked Data in Linguistics
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We propose a framework that allows scientists to work and enrich the digital data while maintaining this traceability. Expand
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Linking Linguistic Resources: Examples from the Open Linguistics Working Group
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The contributions of this part have described recent activities of the OWLG as a whole and of individual OWLG members aiming to provide linguistic resources as Linked Data. Expand
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The Open Linguistics Working Group
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This paper describes the Open Linguistics Working Group (OWLG) of the Open Knowledge Foundation (OKFN). Expand
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The Open Linguistics Working Group of the Open Knowledge Foundation
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The Open Linguistics Working Group (OWLG) is an initiative of experts from different fields concerned with linguistic data, including academic linguistics (e.g. typology, corpus linguistics), applied linguistics, computational linguistics and NLP. Expand
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A Grammar of Upcountry Sri Lanka Malay
Sri Lanka Malay is a variety of Malay which has undergone heavy influence from its adstrates Sinhala and Tamil since the first Malay immigrants arrived in Ceylon in the 17th century. While theExpand
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