The GOLD Community of Practice: an infrastructure for linguistic data on the Web

@article{Farrar2007TheGC,
  title={The GOLD Community of Practice: an infrastructure for linguistic data on the Web},
  author={Scott Farrar and William D. Lewis},
  journal={Language Resources and Evaluation},
  year={2007},
  volume={41},
  pages={45-60}
}
The GOLD Community of Practice is proposed as a model for linking on-line linguistic data to an ontology. The key components of the model include the linguistic data resources themselves and those focused on the knowledge derived from data. Data resources include the ever-increasing amount of linguistic field data and other descriptive language resources being migrated to the Web. The knowledge resources capture generalizations about the data and are anchored in the General Ontology for… CONTINUE READING

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