Welcome to KitWiki

the free language technology guide that you can edit

This free site is based on the wiki approach, like the famous Wikipedia. It is intended for the teachers, researchers, students, professionals and other persons interested in language technology or the processing of speech and language data. Anybody can read most of the topics in KitWiki. Individuals who are more seriosly interested, are encouraged to register to the service. The content of the site will become more accurate and comprehensive as the registered users contribute by adding and correcting the content of the KitWiki. It is up to you to join and make the site more useful for yourself and for us all.

Joint Efforts and Activities

   

Resources and Documentation

   

Research and Development

Working groups, various networks, oganization and courses of language technology and related areas, may have their pages and dynamic working area here, see below e.g.:   Advice, instructions and other kinds of documentation about the Language Bank and its computing facilities, and pointers to language resources, various parsers and other software. A technical area for students, technical experts, developers and laboratories. Contains detailed content of courses, projects for standards, program code, and related discussion areas.
  • Laboratories and experiments
  • Students' exercises and homework
  • Open lexicons etc.
  • Software development
  • Mathematical linguistics
  • Forthcoming standards


See also: Main for introductory information, WebTools for system information on the KitWiki web and WelcomeGuest for advice.
Topic revision: r4 - 2008-11-21 - HennaRiikkaLaitinen
 
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