Southern Africa

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Morpheme sequencing of the verbal element in Northern Sotho with emphasis on non-concord morphemes: A computational perspective

Morpheme sequencing of the verbal element in Northern Sotho with emphasis on non-concord morphemes: A computational perspective, Anderson, Winston, and Kotzé Petronella M. , 14th International Conference of the African Language Association of Southern Africa, 9-11 July 2007, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa, (2007)

2nd CALL FOR PAPERS: Special Track for Human Language Technologies (HLT)

A Special Track for Human Language Technologies (HLT) is being organised by the ALASA Special Interest Group for Language and Speech Technology Development, to run in parallel with the
14th International Conference of the African Language Association
of Southern Africa.

Dates: 9 - 11 July 2007
Venue: Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth

Resource-scarce vs low-resourced vs less-resourced?

Hi Everyone!

Recently, there was a dicussion about the differences between the above-mentioned concepts on some or other list. I thought it was on CorporaList, but can't find anything in their archives.

Does anyone here have an idea where I can look for the discussion thread?

Your help is appreciated!

Yours,
Gerhard

LINGO7 CONFERENCE: Theme session: Computational linguistics, including CALL and Machine Translation

LINGO7 CONFERENCE
Linguistics Society of South Africa (LSSA), the South African Association for Language Teaching (SAALT) and the South African Applied Linguistics Association (SAALA)
4-6 July 2007

Potchefstroom Campus of the North West University, South Africa
Theme session: Computational linguistics, including CALL and Machine Translation

14th International Conference of the African Language Association Of Southern Africa (ALASA)

14th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE AFRICAN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN AFRICA (ALASA)
9 - 11 JULY 2007

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth Special Track for HLT: HLT research in South Africa - towards sustainable development

Deadline for abstracts: 30 March 2007
Summary: 100 words
Length of abstracts: 500-800 words

Acoustic analysis of the vowels of Setswana

Acoustic analysis of the vowels of Setswana, Le Roux, M., and Anderson Winston , Association for Computing Machinery’s Human-Computer Interaction Special Interest Group, University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa, (2001)
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