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From Aliaksandr Autayeu <aliaksa...@autayeu.com>
Subject Re: Portuguese
Date Mon, 05 Dec 2011 23:14:44 GMT
What about more diverse languages? Chinese, Arabic, Russian might be good
examples. In a sense, they will provide wider test coverage. And any of the
above has quite a large audience. Annotated resources and speakers in the
team might be a problem, though.

Aliaksandr

On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 10:33 PM, Jason Baldridge
<jasonbaldridge@gmail.com>wrote:

> One thing that I think might be nice moving forward is to develop a robust
> set of models and test sets that involve at least two languages. I'm
> thinking Portuguese would be a good one in addition to English since:
>
>   - several of us speak it (I'm a non-native speaker who lived in Brazil
>   for a couple of years -- who else?)
>   - there are truly free annotated resources for it:
>   http://www.linguateca.pt/
>   - it's pretty darn widely spoken in the world, both as first and second
>   language
>
> Doing something like this would help push the annotation effort forward as
> well. E.g. we commit to providing support for a language means we need to
> get at least some annotations going for each level of analysis we want to
> support, and that will in turn spur development on the tool that Jorn has
> been putting together.
>
> Jason
>
> --
> Jason Baldridge
> Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics
> The University of Texas at Austin
> http://www.jasonbaldridge.com
> http://twitter.com/jasonbaldridge
>

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