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LINGUIST List 21.1335

Thu Mar 18 2010

FYI: Corpus Release: Corpus OVI dell'Italiano antico

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Message 1: Corpus Release: Corpus OVI dell'Italiano antico
Date: 18-Mar-2010
From: Giulio Vaccaro <piovanoarlottogmail.com>
Subject: Corpus Release: Corpus OVI dell'Italiano antico
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A new version of Corpus OVI dell'italiano antico is now available online!
After this update, this corpus consists of 1978 texts with 21,817,929
words, 443,810 different word forms, 116,224 lemmas and 3,615,478
lemmatized occurrences.

Corpus TLIO aggiuntivo
For not yet lemmatized texts awaiting inclusion in the Corpus OVI, an
additional corpus has been created, the Corpus TLIO aggiuntivo, which at
present contains 306 texts with 1,189,808 words and 71,900 different word
forms.

Archivio Datini
In collaboration with the Archivio di Stato of the Tuscan town of Prato,
OVI has developed a lemmatized database containing all published letters
(3000 texts with 1,100,987 words and 50,139 different word forms, 7,591
lemmas and 146,741 lemmatized occurrences) in the archive of the great
Tuscan merchant Francesco di Marco Datini (1335-1410).

Corpus ARTESIA
Corpus ARTESIA, created by University of Catania, is hosted on the OVI
server. It consists of 239 early Sicilian texts, with currently 1,025,367
words.

Further informations
www.vocabolario.org

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Institute Opera del Vocabolario Italiano
Firenze, via di Castello 46
I-50141
tel. +39 055 452841
fax +39 055 452843
e-mail oviovi.cnr.it

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