Research Group in Digital Linguistics

Research Group in Digital Linguistics

The Research Group in Digital Linguistics works in the intersection of digital technologies and formal linguistics. Its aim is to produce models and applications that allow for the integration of these two fields as digital linguistics. We cooperate with partners in academic as well as industrial milieus working on several independent projects. Starting in the early 2000s, the group has produced resources and applications supporting teaching and research in linguistics as well as second language learning n Norwegian.

Below you find a list of our project partners, and links to some of our applications and services.

Logo Universitet Leipzig

The Norwegian - German Valence dictionary is developed in cooperation with the Institut für Informatik, Department Automatische Sprachverarbeitung, Universität Leizpig (Prof.Dr. Uwe Quasthoff).

 

Universitetet i Darmstadt

A basic vocabulary component of the Norwegian-German Valence dictionary is developed in cooperation with Department Informationswissenschaft, Technische Universität Darmstadt (Prof.Dr. Melanie Siegel).

Developments such as the online database TypeCraft and  the Norwegian-German Valence dictionary are supported by Polytext AS, a Oslo-based small company specialised in Natural Language Processing and Data Services.

 

Faro. Logo

Faro AS is a company for social entrepreneurship and development based in Trondheim. Faro AS is engaged in a project for the development of minority languages in Vietnam. The project’s  tri-lingual database (Vietnames-English-Minority language) is supported by TypeCraft technology.
 


Applications and services

Computational resources and tools developed by the group include: