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CLARINO is a Norwegian infrastructure project jointly funded by the Research Council of Norway and a consortium of Norwegian universities and research institutions. Its goal is to implement the Norwegian part of CLARIN. The ultimate aim is to make existing and future language resources easily accessible for researchers and to bring eScience to humanities disciplines.

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corpus
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This collection consists of scripted recordings from different rural dialects spoken in Norway and Sweden, in total 33 recordings of 46 different speakers. The speakers’ year of birth ranges from 1909 to 1973. The sets of ...
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Recording equipment The recordings were done by means of a digital recorder (Fostex FR-2LE) and two AKG C451 B microphones placed on the table in front of the speakers. The recording of 01 and 02 took place in a meeting ...
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Recording equipment The recordings were done by means of a digital recorder (Fostex FR-2LE) and two AKG C451 B microphones placed on the table in front of the speakers. The recording took place in one of the participants’ ...
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The Swedish-South Saami dictionary is the work done by Giellatekno and Divvun research groups, Department of Linguistics, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, as well as by members of the language communities, based on the ...
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The Norwegian Spanish Parallel Corpus (NSPC) was created at the University of Bergen, Norway. The corpus is primarily constructed for research in Translation Studies, and is built to be roughly comparable to the Spanish-English ...
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This README describes a finite-state based morphological analyzer of Wolof. The analyzer was developed and tested on natural language data extracted from Wolof text books. These include Cissé, M. (1994). Contes wolof ...
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