LINGUIST List 5.197

Tue 22 Feb 1994

Qs: Irish, Hungarian, NLP, Ga, Multimedia

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  1. Stefan Troester, Irish Data
  2. asolovyo, Help me find Hungarian Corpora
  3. Y. Shum, Tools for NLP
  4. "Comfort F. A. Wentum", Ga search
  5. Y. Shum, Multimedia Document Retrieval and Data Mining

Message 1: Irish Data

Date: Mon, 21 Feb 1994 11:06:24 Irish Data
From: Stefan Troester <STROSTERdosuni1.rz.Uni-Osnabrueck.DE>
Subject: Irish Data

Hallo,

for my work on the Irish verbal system I need more data. Thus I like to ask
native speakers of Irish or other good Irish speakers for translations of the
following sentences.

"I have been living in Cork for half a year"

"I was living in Cork when I first met Terry Wogan"

"I used to live in Cork"

"He knows what he does"

"She knows that he loves her"

"They knew that there was good music in the local pup"

"They knew how to do it"

"He knew where his towel was"

"People die due to cancer"

"Smokers die younger"

"He is dying in the arms of his mother"

"He died after his accident"

"They died in the war"

"He is a bad guy, he always says 'fuck' "

"It is necessary that he closes the door"

"I want him to close the door"

"It is possible that he closes the door"

Can I say: "Ta/ na ba a/ gru/ anois" ?

Go raibh mile maith agaibh,

Stefan
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Message 2: Help me find Hungarian Corpora

Date: Sat, 19 Feb 1994 17:46:13 Help me find Hungarian Corpora
From: asolovyo <asolovyoindiana.edu>
Subject: Help me find Hungarian Corpora

Can someone tell me if they know of an FTP site from which I might
download texts in Hungarian? Thanks.

Ari Solovyova
Library Electronic Text Research Service (LETRS)
Indiana University
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Message 3: Tools for NLP

Date: Sat, 19 Feb 94 17:06:15 ESTools for NLP
From: Y. Shum <shuychonmehta.anu.edu.au>
Subject: Tools for NLP

Hi there,
 Recently,I have acquired the following tools
for my research:

 Speechtagger:A tool that tags the words in a document
 with their corresponding grammatical category eg
 'to shelter' will be tagged as 'to\TO shelyer\VB'
 where TO = PREPOSITION,VB = VERB

 WordNet:An lexicon

 I've also acquire information about NPTool,a tool for
 detecting noun phrases.

 I would like to know what other tools are available(either
 by ftp or commercially) besides those mentioned above.

Thank you very very much.

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Message 4: Ga search

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 1994 23:24:41 Ga search
From: "Comfort F. A. Wentum" <wentum25uclink.berkeley.edu>
Subject: Ga search


I am seeking references for a project that I am working on in Ga
phonology. Ga is a member of the Kwa sub-group of Niger-Congo. I need
in particular, an article by Paul F.A. Kotey on the mid tone in Ga that
was published in the 70s. I will also be grateful for any additional
citations of Ga by other linguists in journals and in books.
Kindly reply directly to me. Thanks in advance.

Comfort Wentum
Linguistics Dept.
UC Berkeley
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Message 5: Multimedia Document Retrieval and Data Mining

Date: Sat, 19 Feb 94 15:34:57 ESMultimedia Document Retrieval and Data Mining
From: Y. Shum <shuychonmehta.anu.edu.au>
Subject: Multimedia Document Retrieval and Data Mining

Hi there,
 I'm just wondering if anyone knows of any work
about DIRECTLY retrieving nontextual information(such as tables graphs,images)
from a multimedia database,given a user's query.

 Also,I would like to know any work about dynamic hyperlink
creation between nontextual(say a radio interview) and textual
documents?The problem is ,how do I identify that the
radio interview is related to that text document?

Thank you very very much.
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