Digital vitality of Uralic languages

  title={Digital vitality of Uralic languages},
  author={Judit {\'A}cs and Katalin Pajkossy and Andr{\'a}s Kornai},
We investigate the digital vitality of Uralic languages and dialects, and discuss how existing approaches to language revitalization relate to this model. 

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