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LINGUIST List 17.1839

Tue Jun 20 2006

Software: ELRA Language Resources Catalogue Update 06/06-2

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        1.    Hélène Mazo, ELRA Language Resources Catalogue Update 06/06-2


Message 1: ELRA Language Resources Catalogue Update 06/06-2
Date: 20-Jun-2006
From: Hélène Mazo <mazoelda.org>
Subject: ELRA Language Resources Catalogue Update 06/06-2


ELRA-L0067 English lexicon with morphological information

http://catalog.elda.org:8080/product_info.php?products_id=867&osCsid=0a57b78fd3504ecf1c75825782d061de

This English lexicon is made up of 174,000 inflected forms corresponding to
68,000 simple word lemmas (including 31,900 nouns, 11,800 verbs, 19,900
adjectives, 4,100 adverbs, 300 pronouns, articles,
prepositions/postpositions and conjunctions). Each line in the resource
file shows an inflected form, its part of speech, its related lemma and its
morphological information


ELRA-L0068 French lexicon with morphological information

http://catalog.elda.org:8080/product_info.php?products_id=868&osCsid=0a57b78fd3504ecf1c75825782d061de

This French lexicon is made up of 424,000 inflected forms corresponding to
55,000 simple word lemmas (including 34,400 nouns, 7,300 verbs, 11,700
adjectives, 1,400 adverbs, 200 pronouns, articles,
prepositions/postpositions and conjunctions). Each line in the resource
file shows an inflected form, its part of speech, its related lemma and its
morphological information.


ELRA-L0069 Italian lexicon with morphological information

http://catalog.elda.org:8080/product_info.php?products_id=869&osCsid=0a57b78fd3504ecf1c75825782d061de

This Italian lexicon is made up of 862,500 inflected forms corresponding to
112,000 simple word lemmas (including 66,340 nouns, 12,030 verbs, 28,080
adjectives, 4,890 adverbs, 660 pronouns, articles,
prepositions/postpositions and conjunctions). Each line in the resource
file shows an inflected form, its part of speech, its related lemma and its
morphological information.


ELRA-L0070 Italian lexicon with morphological information and clitic verbs

http://catalog.elda.org:8080/product_info.php?products_id=870&osCsid=0a57b78fd3504ecf1c75825782d061de

This Italian lexicon is the same as the one described in ELRA-L0069, but
with the addition of clitic verbs, which increases the number of inflected
forms to 1,800,000 (still corresponding to 112,000 simple words lemmas). It
contains 66,340 nouns, 12,030 verbs, 28,080 adjectives, 4,890 adverbs, 660
pronouns, articles, prepositions/postpositions and conjunctions. Each line
in the resource file shows an inflected form, its part of speech, its
related lemma and its morphological information.


ELRA-L0071 Spanish lexicon with morphological information

http://catalog.elda.org:8080/product_info.php?products_id=871&osCsid=0a57b78fd3504ecf1c75825782d061de

This Spanish lexicon is made up of 816,000 inflected forms corresponding to
104,000 simple word lemmas (including 52,000 nouns, 9,800 verbs, 21,200
adjectives, 20,500 adverbs, 500 pronouns, articles,
prepositions/postpositions and conjunctions). Each line in the resource
file shows an inflected form, its part of speech, its related lemma and its
morphological information.


ELRA-S0217 BITS Logatome Synthesis Corpus - BITS-LG

http://catalog.elda.org:8080/product_info.php?products_id=866&osCsid=0a57b78fd3504ecf1c75825782d061de

This corpus contains 11,036 recordings of logatomes spoken by 4
professional German speakers covering all German diphone combinations as
well as the most prominent combination German - French - English. Each
logatome was recorded in three channels: close microphone, large membrane
microphone and laryngographic signal. All diphones are segmented and
labelled into phonemic units.


Linguistic Field(s): Lexicography
Morphology
Phonetics
Phonology
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