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The abundance of language data that is now available in digital form, and the rise of distinct language varieties that are used for digital communication, means that issues of non-standard spellings and spelling errors are, in future, likely to become more prominent for compilers of...
In this paper, I discuss the ways in which multimedia annotation software is being used to transform an archive of Auslan recordings into a true machine-readable language corpus. After the basic structure of the annotation files in the Auslan corpus is described and the exercise...
This short paper reports on the construction of a freely available learner corpus of advanced British English undergraduate learners of German, which was developed at Bangor University (United Kingdom) and the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany). The corpus, What's Hard in German?...
This paper describes the collection of a semi-spontaneous spoken corpus of learners of Spanish from more than nine different mother tongues. The corpus was tagged to conduct a computer-aided error analysis. In addition, the corpus was used to develop a computer-based tool that has...
In this paper, we present a Multi-Dimensional analysis of Brazilian Portuguese, based on a large, diverse corpus comprising forty-eight different spoken and written registers. Previous research in MD analysis includes multi-register investigations of a range of languages, including...
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