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Many a little makes a mickle - infrastructure component reuse for a massively multilingual linguistic study

Conference paper
Authors Lars Borin
Shafqat Virk
Anju Saxena
Published in Selected papers from the CLARIN Annual Conference 2017, Budapest, 18–20 September 2017
ISBN 978-91-7685-273-6
ISSN 1650-3686
Publisher Linköping University Electronic Press
Place of publication Linköping
Publication year 2018
Published at Department of Swedish
Language en
Links www.ep.liu.se/ecp/article.asp?issue...
Keywords corpus infrastructure, lexicon infrastructure, Swe-Clarin, large-scale comparative linguistics, linguistic database, language typology, areal linguistics, genetic linguistics, South Asian languages, language technology
Subject categories Other languages, Linguistics, General Language Studies and Linguistics, Computational linguistics, Language Technology (Computational Linguistics)

Abstract

We present ongoing work aiming at turning the linguistic material available in Grierson’s classical Linguistic Survey of India (LSI) into a digital language resource, a database suitable for a broad array of linguistic investigations of the languages of South Asia and studies relating to language typology and contact linguistics. The project has two concrete main aims: (1) to conduct a linguistic investigation of the claim that South Asia constitutes a linguistic area; (2) to develop state-of-the-art language technology for automatically extracting the relevant information from the text of the LSI. In this presentation we focus on how, in the first part of the project, a number of existing research infrastructure components provided by Swe-Clarin, the Swedish CLARIN consortium, have been ‘recycled’ in order to allow the linguists involved in the project to quickly orient themselves in the vast LSI material, and to be able to provide input to the language technologists designing the tools for information extraction from the descriptive grammars.

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