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Wed Jul 06 2011

FYI: Available: IcePaHC 0.5 (Icelandic Corpus)

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        1.     Joel Wallenberg , Available: IcePaHC 0.5 (Icelandic Corpus)

Message 1: Available: IcePaHC 0.5 (Icelandic Corpus)
Date: 05-Jul-2011
From: Joel Wallenberg <joel.wallenberggmail.com>
Subject: Available: IcePaHC 0.5 (Icelandic Corpus)
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IcePaHC 0.5, the latest version of the Icelandic Parsed Historical Corpus,
is now available for download:

http://linguist.is/icelandic_treebank/Download

- 632.000 words total, from every century between the 12th and the 20th
centuries inclusive
- Annotated for phrase structure, part-of-speech-tagged and lemmatized
- LGPL license: You are free to copy, modify and redistribute the corpus
for research and/or profit

Joel C. Wallenberg (joel.wallenberggmail.com)
Anton Karl Ingason (anton.karl.ingasongmail.com)
Einar Freyr Sigurðsson (einarfsgmail.com)
Eiríkur Rögnvaldsson (eirikurhi.is)
University of Iceland

The project is funded by the following grants:

Icelandic Research Fund (RANNÍS), grant nr. 090662011,''Viable Language
Technology beyond English – Icelandic as a test case''.

U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) International Research Fellowship
Program (IRFP), grant #OISE-0853114, ''Evolution of Language Systems: a
comparative study of grammatical change in Icelandic and English''.

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics


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