Tēzaurs.lv: the Largest Open Lexical Database for Latvian
Andrejs Spektors | Ilze Auzina | Roberts Dargis | Normunds Gruzitis | Peteris Paikens | Lauma Pretkalnina | Laura Rituma | Baiba Saulite
Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'16)
We describe an extensive and versatile lexical resource for Latvian, an under-resourced Indo-European language, which we call Tezaurs (Latvian for ‘thesaurus’). It comprises a large explanatory dictionary of more than 250,000 entries that are derived from more than 280 external sources. The dictionary is enriched with phonetic, morphological, semantic and other annotations, as well as augmented by various language processing tools allowing for the generation of inflectional forms and pronunciation, for on-the-fly selection of corpus examples, for suggesting synonyms, etc. Tezaurs is available as a public and widely used web application for end-users, as an open data set for the use in language technology (LT), and as an API ― a set of web services for the integration into third-party applications. The ultimate goal of Tezaurs is to be the central computational lexicon for Latvian, bringing together all Latvian words and frequently used multi-word units and allowing for the integration of other LT resources and tools.
Morphemic Analysis and Morphological Tagging of Latvian Corpus
Kristīne Levāne | Andrejs Spektors
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’00)
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