ELRA - Language Resources Catalogue - Update

Helene Mazo info at elda.org
Mon Dec 15 10:09:54 EST 2008

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ELRA - Language Resources Catalogue - Update

A more robust search engine has been integrated to our catalogues. You 
may now use either the new standard search from the catalogues' main 
page or the extended search controlled thanks to three drop-down lists 
("Match", "Format" and "Sort").  Direct access to the controlled search 
is given below:
- ELRA Catalogue: http://catalog.elra.info/search.php
- Universal Catalogue: http://universal.elra.info/search.php

ELRA is happy to announce that 1 new WordNet database and  2 new Speech 
Resources are now available in its catalogue:
**ELRA-M0047 Czech WordNet
*The Czech WordNet captures nouns, verbs, adjectives, and partly 
adverbs, and contains 28,201 word senses (synsets). Every synset encodes 
the equivalence relation between several literals (at least one is 
present), having a unique meaning, belonging to one and the same part of 
speech, and expressing the same lexical meaning. Each Czech synset is 
related to the corresponding synset in the Princeton WordNet 2.0. via 
its identification number ID. There is at least one language-internal 
relation between a synset and another synset in the database.
For more information, 
see: http://catalog.elra.info/product_info.php?products_id=1089

*ELRA-S0294 CHIEDE Corpus: a spontaneous child language corpus of Spanish*
The spontaneous child language corpus, CHIEDE, consists of 58,163 words, 
in 30 texts, with 7 hours and 53 minutes of recordings and 59 child 
participants. About a third of the whole corpus is formed by child 
language and the remaining two thirds by adult speech. The main feature 
of CHIEDE is the interactions spontaneity: texts are recordings of 
communicative situations in their natural context.
For more information, see: 

*ELRA-S0295 LILA Korean database*
The LILA Korean database comprises 1,000 Korean speakers (500 males and 
500 females) recorded over the Korean mobile telephone network. Each 
speaker uttered around 60 read and spontaneous items.
For more information, see: 

For more information on the catalogue, please contact Valérie Mapelli 
mailto:mapelli at elda.org

Visit our On-line Catalogue: http://catalog.elra.info
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