Open Source Code Serving Endangered Languages

Abstract

We present a database of open source code that can be used by low-resource language communities and developers to build digital resources. Our database is also useful to software developers working with those communities and to researchers looking to describe the state of the field when seeking funding for development projects.

Title
Open Source Code Serving Endangered Languages
Publication
In Proceedings of LREC 2016 Collaboration and Computing for Under-Resourced Languages: Towards an Alliance for Digital Language Diversity (CCURL) Workshop. Portorož, Slovenia, 23 May, 2016 Edited by: C. Soria, L. Pretorius, T. Declerck, J. Mariani, K. Scannell, Eveline Wandl-Vogt. pp. 86-88.
Date
May 2016

Citable as:

Richard Littauer, Hugh Paterson III (2016) Open Source Code Serving Endangered Languages. In: C. Soria, L. Pretorius, T. Declerck, J. Mariani, K. Scannell, Eveline Wandl-Vogt, eds., In Proceedings of LREC 2016 Collaboration and Computing for Under-Resourced Languages: Towards an Alliance for Digital Language Diversity (CCURL) Workshop. Portorož, Slovenia, 23 May, 2016. pp. 86-88.

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Richard Littauer
Richard Littauer
Digital Artist

My research interests include field linguistics, langauge documentation, and open source.

Hugh Paterson III
Hugh Paterson III
Creative

My research interests typological patterns in articulatory phonetics; User Expereince design in language tools; and graph theory applied to language and linguistics.

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