A generic approach to software support for linguistic annotation using XML

@inproceedings{Carletta2002AGA,
  title={A generic approach to software support for linguistic annotation using XML},
  author={Jean Carletta and David McKelvie and Amy Isard and Marion Klein and Morten Baun M\oller},
  year={2002}
}
Large-scale linguistic annotation is currently employed for a wide range of purposes, including comparing communication under different conditions, testing psycholinguistic hypotheses, and training natural language engines. Current software support for linguistic annotation is poor, with much of it written for one-off tasks using special purpose data representations and handling routines. This impedes research because developing special purpose software is slow, and also makes it difficult to… CONTINUE READING

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