In this section you can find scientific publications of prominent Researchers, Research Associates and Academics on Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Language Technology (LT).
Piperidis, S., Labropoulou, P. & Gavrilidou, M. (2017). CLARIN:EL: a language resources documentation, sharing and processing infrastructure [in Greek]. In Georgakopoulos, Thanasis , Pavlidou, Theodossia-Soula , Pehlivanos, Miltos et al (editors), Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Greek Linguistics, pages 851–869. Berlin : Edition Romiosini/CeMoG.
Papavassiliou, V., Prokopidis, P. & Piperidis, S. (2018). Discovering Parallel Language Resources for Training MT Engines. In Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2018). European Language Resources Association (ELRA). Download the publication
Papavassiliou, V., Sofianopoulos, S., Prokopidis, P. & Piperidis, S. (2018). The ILSP/ARC submission to the WMT 2018 Parallel Corpus Filtering Shared Task. In Proceedings of the Third Conference on Machine Translation: Shared Task Papers, pages 928-933. Belgium, Brussels : Association for Computational Linguistics. Download the publication
Piperidis, S., Labropoulou, P., Deligiannis, M. & Giagkou, M. (2018). Managing public sector data for multilingual applications development. In Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC-2018). [...] Download the publication
In this section you can find user manuals & guides for NLP tools and/or web services that have been developed by the CLARIN:EL team or that can be accessed through the CLARIN:EL Research Infrastructure.
More user manuals and guides will soon be integrated into the NLP:EL page, available also in English.
WebAnno is a certified web annotation service that has been developped by the Faculty of Computer Science of Technische Universität Darmstadt for the annotation of texts. More specifically, users can create their own annotation project/s and upload the data that they wish to annotate. It is a multi-user tool supporting different roles, such as annotator, curator, and project manager. The progress and quality of annotation projects can be monitored and measuered in terms of inter-annotator agreement. Multiple annotation projects can be conducted in parallel.
WebAnno User manuals
Hypothesis is an open source annotation tool for the annotation of Web pages and PDF documents. It can be used to create notes, highlights, and replies. To start annotating using Hypothesis you need to create a free account and then add Hypothesis Annotation tool extension to your Chrome browser. The extension allows for public and private annotations and has search options for tags, users and groups.
Hypothesis User manual
In this section, you can find video tutorials concerning certified services and applications provided by the CLARIN:EL Research Infrastructure.
More video tutorials on NLP tools and/or web services will soon be integrated into the NLP:EL page, available also in English.
Registration to the CLARIN:EL Research Infrastructure
Search for language resources and processing tools/services
Language Processing with NLP tools/services