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Systems and Resources

This section presents various language technology (LT) resources and tools which are available through some procedure. The section has been divided into different categories according to the following criteria:

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  One should be able to buy or otherwise acquire a product, and the product should be related to language technology.
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  Materials are otherwise like products but there typically is no simple way for anybody to acquire it as there might be restrictions on who may use it, or even more often, the material has not been completed into a finished project. Examples of materials are computer readable text corpora and speech corpora.
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  A research system should be related to language technology and be of sufficient size. Research systems might otherwise resemble products but they cannot be bought or acquired like products. There should (at least preferably) be some publications or reports or other documentation about the system.

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Systems and Resources

This section presents various language technology (LT) resources and tools which are available through some procedure. The section has been divided into different categories according to the following criteria:

Products

One should be able to buy or otherwise acquire a product, and the product should be related to language technology.

Material

Materials are otherwise like products but there typically is no simple way for anybody to acquire it as there might be restrictions on who may use it, or even more often, the material has not been completed into a finished project. Examples of materials are computer readable text corpora and speech corpora.

Research Systems

A research system should be related to language technology and be of sufficient size. Research systems might otherwise resemble products but they cannot be bought or acquired like products. There should (at least preferably) be some publications or reports or other documentation about the system.

Keywords

Keywords are used to express information on the product/research system/repository in question. The complete list of keywords can be found in the Terminology section.

Other sources for information

Online Dictionaries and Translation Tools

Information on the Languages of the World



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