Paul Trilsbeek

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  • Trilsbeek, P., Kung, S., & Seyfeddinipur, M. (2016). Case study: Citing archived resources in a Language publication. Talk presented at the 2nd Workshop on Data Citation & Attribution in Linguistics. Austin, TX, USA. 2016-04-08 - 2016-04-10.
  • Trilsbeek, P., & Windhouwer, M. (2016). FLAT: A CLARIN-compatible repository solution based on Fedora Commons. Poster presented at CLARIN Annual Conference 2016, Aix-en-Provence, France.
  • Trilsbeek, P. (2016). UNESCO memory of the world:​ Selected data collections of the world’s language diversity at The Language Archive. Talk presented at the 15th session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. New York, NY, USA. 2016-05-09 - 2016-05-20.
  • Drude, S., Trilsbeek, P., & Broeder, D. (2012). Language documentation and digital humanities: The (DoBeS) Language Archive. Talk presented at International Digital Humanities Congress 2012. Hamburg. 2012-07-13 - 2012-07-21.
  • Drude, S., Broeder, D., & Trilsbeek, P. (2012). Sustainable solutions for endangered languages data: The Language Archive. Talk presented at Charting Vanishing Voices: A Collaborative Workshop to Map Endangered Oral Cultures. World Oral Literature Project 2012 Workshop. CRASSH, Cambridge. 2012-06-30 - 2012-06-30.

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  • Drude, S., Broeder, D., Trilsbeek, P., & Wittenburg, P. (2012). The Language Archive - a new hub for language resources. Poster presented at LREC 2012: 8th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Drude, S., & Trilsbeek, P. (2011). The ‘Language Archiving Technology’ solutions for sustainable data from digital fieldwork research. Talk presented at the PARADISEC 2011 conference „Sustainable data from digital research: Humanities perspectives on digital scholarship“. Melbourne, Australia. 2011-11-12 - 2011-11-14.
  • Ringersma, J., Trilsbeek, P., & Wittenburg, P. (2007). Language archiving technology at the MPI. Poster presented at 11th International Conference on Information Visualization, Zurich.

    Abstract

    The repository of the MPI contains different types of linguistic material: the DOBES endangered languages archive, the ESF second learner corpus, the Dutch Spoken National Corpus, MPI's gesture corpora, MPI acquisition corpora and MPI language documentations of the language and cognition research group. The archive covers more than 200.000 objects, mostly organized in sessions that are described with the IMDI-based metadata descriptions. Mostly, these sessions contain digitized audio/video signals and layers of annotations. In general access to these resources is limited and can be made available upon request. The Language Archiving Technology (LAT) is meant to contribute to the archive infrastructure. It focuses on open accessibility of the language resources; it supports dynamic and continuously enriched collections according to the Live Archives ideas; it stresses the need for long-term archiving of our digital collections covering unique martial about languages that will probably be extinct in a few decades and it follows the trend towards service oriented architectures. LAT components consist of data management and ingestion tools (IMDI, LAMUS and AMS) and of archive enrichment and visualization tools (ELAN, ANNEX and LEXUS). The tools are being developed and maintained by the Technical Group of the MPI. All LAT products are or will become available under an Open Source license and will be available free-of-charge in academic research.

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    http://corpus1.mpi.nl/

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