LINGUIST List 7.328

Sat Mar 2 1996

Qs: Asian-American Speech, Serbo-Croatian Corpora,

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  1. David B Hanna, Work on Asian-American speech?
  2. Nick Ourusoff, Serbo-Croatian Corpora
  3. mairtin, Irish Language Proofing Tools

Message 1: Work on Asian-American speech?

Date: Fri, 01 Mar 1996 10:45:47 EST
From: David B Hanna <dhannasas.upenn.edu>
Subject: Work on Asian-American speech?
Hello,

I am a student at the University of Pennsylvania starting work on the
speech of Asian-Americans, specifically on their (our) phonological
patterns. Not a lot of work has been done in this field, but I was
wondering if anyone knew of any relevant papers on this subject that
they could steer me toward? I am thinking that there must be at least
a minimal amount of work done in this, but I have not been successful
in finding anything as of yet.

Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks
David Hanna
dhannamail.sas.upenn.edu
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Message 2: Serbo-Croatian Corpora

Date: Fri, 01 Mar 1996 10:48:49 MST
From: Nick Ourusoff <nourusofcrl.nmsu.edu>
Subject: Serbo-Croatian Corpora
 The Computing Research Laboratory (CRL) at New Mexico State
University is trying to obtain in machine-readable form both a large
(several million words), non-fiction Serbo-croation corpus and a
Serbo_croation/English dictionary, preferably with the part of speech
designated for each entry to support projects in machine translation
of languages.

 CRl is a non-profit, research organization with a focus on machine
language translation. Further information about CRL can be found on
our web page:

 http://crl.nmsu.edu/index.html

 We will greatly apprecite any information.

	Sincerely,

	Nicholas Ourusoff, Research Assistant
	Computing Research Laboratory
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Message 3: Irish Language Proofing Tools

Date: Sat, 02 Mar 1996 01:33:35 PST
From: mairtin <mairtinindigo.ie>
Subject: Irish Language Proofing Tools

I am desparately searching for Irish language proofing tools for use
with Microsoft Word (6 or 7).

Can anyone help me? I would greatly appreciate it.

Go bhf=E1ga Dia bhur sl=E1inte agaibh.
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