Корпус национальных мордовских языков: принципы разработки и перспективы функционирования/ действия

Translated title of the contribution: National Corpus of the Mordvin Languages: Principles of Development and Perspectives of its Functionality/Usability

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Abstract

This paper addresses the issue of a national corpus for language documentation of the Moksha and Erzya literary languages in coordination with dialect archives comprising over 80 years of fieldwork (inclusive Shoksha, Karatai).
It shows necessary development in computer-assisted research tools and ongoing research aligned with a consistent and systematic open research project.
Translated title of the contributionNational Corpus of the Mordvin Languages: Principles of Development and Perspectives of its Functionality/Usability
Original languageRussian
Title of host publicationФИННО-УГОРСКИЕ НАРОДЫ В КОНТЕКСТЕ ФОРМИРОВАНИЯ ОБЩЕРОССИЙСКОЙ ГРАЖДАНСКОЙ ИДЕНТИЧНОСТИ И МЕНЯЮЩЕЙСЯ ОКРУЖАЮЩЕЙ СРЕДЫ
Number of pages10
Place of PublicationСаранск
PublisherИздательский центр Историко-социологического института
Publication date2020
Pages118-127
ISBN (Electronic)978-5-905151-23-1
Publication statusPublished - 2020
MoE publication typeA4 Article in conference proceedings
EventМЕЖДУНАРОДНАЯ НАУЧНАЯ КОНФЕРЕНЦИЯ
«ФИННО-УГОРСКИЕ НАРОДЫ В КОНТЕКСТЕ ФОРМИРОВАНИЯ ОБЩЕРОССИЙСКОЙ ГРАЖДАНСКОЙ ИДЕНТИЧНОСТИ И
МЕНЯЮЩЕЙСЯ ОКРУЖАЮЩЕЙ СРЕДЫ»
- Mordovia State University, Ogariova [Online event], Saransk, Russian Federation
Duration: 8 Oct 20209 Oct 2020

Fields of Science

  • 6121 Languages
  • Erzya language
  • Moksha language
  • Karatai
  • Shoksha
  • Terukhan
  • Dialect texts
  • Literary texts
  • Normalization
  • Language diversity
  • universal dependencies
  • Giellalt
  • HFST
  • language documentation
  • Mordvin
  • Uralic
  • Shallow-transfer translation machine
  • lexica
  • morphology
  • syntax
  • language text corpora
  • open-source software

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