LINGUIST List 12.2884

Fri Nov 16 2001

Qs: Russian Corpora, Features of Clicks

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  1. Xu Hancheng, NLP and Russian language
  2. Ralf Grosserhode, QS: Feature Geometry

Message 1: NLP and Russian language

Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2001 20:02:02 +0800
From: Xu Hancheng <hanch-xujlonline.com>
Subject: NLP and Russian language


Dear colleagues,

I am most interested in corpus-based study of Russian language and I
am trying to gather info about corpora of Russian worldwide. I'll
appreciate your contributions. Other information about NLP of Russian
language (corpus, tagger, parser, machine translation, speech analysis
and synthesis, text analysis, content analysis, annotation) is also welcome.
I'll summarize and classify if I gather enough data.

Best regards,

Dr. Xu Hancheng. 
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Message 2: QS: Feature Geometry

Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 11:09:38 +0100
From: Ralf Grosserhode <Ralf.Grosserhodeuni-bayreuth.de>
Subject: QS: Feature Geometry

Dear Linguists,

I've been looking through all the Literature I could find on feature
geometry, but was totally unsuccessful on the description of
clicks. Does anybody know of Literature about the Features of Clicks,
their organisation and/or how to integrate them into a "normal"
feature-tree? I'll post a summary for those who are interested -
promised.

Thank you
Ralf Grosserhode
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