The aim of the project entitled “Computerized Historical Linguistic Database of Latin Inscriptions of the Imperial Age” (
) is to develop and digitally publish a fundamental computerized historical linguistic database that incorporates and treats the Vulgar Latin material of the Latin inscriptions from a specific group of the European provinces of the Roman Empire in the first phase. This will, on the one hand, allow for a more thorough study of the regional changes and the diversity of the Latin language of the Imperial Age. On the other hand, it could also serve as a basis for subsequent international co-operation, in the course of which further work on the computerized historical linguistic database may be executed. This paper intends to present the past and the present, as well as the future possibilities of this Database.
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Davies , Mark . 2005 . The advantage of using relational databases for large corpora: Speed, advanced queries, and unlimited annotation . International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 10 . 307 – 334 .
Filtchenko , Andrey
The CANTUS database provides indices of chant manuscripts for the Office in both electronic and printed formats. The database was developed in the 1980s at the Catholic University of America under the leadership of Ruth Steiner. The goals and basic structure of the project remain true to the vision of its founder; however, since the move to Canada there have been some changes in format and presentation of the data. This progress report is the first official presentation of these alterations. Seventy-one liturgical books have been indexed. The centre of distribution is the project's website at http://publish.uwo.ca/~cantus/. The database consists of indices that indicate the actual contents of individual sources. The project has proven useful in a variety of fields including liturgical chant, early music, medieval liturgy, hagiography, and ecclesiastical history.
Mapping a Network of Semiotic Systems: The Romanian Love Charms Database . Semiotica 114 ( 1-2 ): 41 - 66 .
Graça Da Silva , Sara - TEHRANI, Jamshid J. 2016 Comparative Phylogenetic Analyses Uncover the Ancient Roots of Indo- European Folktales
Authors:Timofey Arkhangelskiy, Natalia Serdobolskaya and Maria Usacheva
Beserman Udmurt documentation project is a long-term undertaking aimed primarily at collecting lexicographic and corpus data in the field. During our work on the project, we developed a pipeline for collecting, annotating and publishing our data. In this paper, we describe this pipeline and present the online web interface we developed for providing public access to Beserman materials. We use TLex lexicographic software for working on the dictionary and Fieldworks FLEX for annotating the corpus. After the data have been annotated, they are exported to XML and stored in the online web interface, where these two types of data become interconnected and searchable. We propose solutions to challenges that arise in projects of such kind and reflect on various constraints imposed on lexicographic databases being developed in long-term projects aimed at description of underresourced languages. We suggest that the proposed pipeline and the web interface we developed could be employed by similar projects dealing with other minority languages. The web interface based on the database and a corpus of oral Beserman texts is available online at beserman.ru.
The paper shares some experiences and conclusions gained when working with the EuroTermBank project and also while creating a terminology database at the Latvian Academy of Sciences. The author advocates that each nation has to have a terminology database where national terms are collected. Typical problems for large national terminology databases are described. Content acquisition, speedy retrieval and proper representation are three main challenges every termbase creator is facing, and the way they can be addressed is also shown.
databases . Submission on behalf of ISO/TC 37 to ISO/TMB/AHG “Standards as databases” of 2006-06-09.
Interoperable Delivery of European eGovernment Services to public Administrations, Businesses and
INTRODUCTION In constructing the Digital Database of Hungarian Verbal Charms the primary goal of the “Vernacular religion on the boundary of Eastern and Western Christianity: continuity, changes and interactions” ERC research group 2 was to
comparison with the corpus - available on the database CLaSSES 12 - which has been already described elsewhere, 13 and limited to Cugusi’s CEL , 14 further data have been added: namely all the Bu Njem ostraca ( O. Bu Njem ), edited by R. Marichal, 15