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Notes on Conversion of GrAF to RDF

The Graph Annotation Format (GrAF) is the XML data exchange format developed for the model of linguistic annotation described in the ISO Linguistic Annotation Framework (LAF). LAF is the abstract model of annotations represented as a graph structure, GrAF is an XML serialisation of the model intended for moving data between different tools. Both were developed by Nancy Ide and Keith Suderman in Vasser with input from the community involved in the ISO standardisation process around linguistic data. Continue reading

DADA Project Update

The DADA project is developing software for managing language resources and exposing them on the web. Language resources are digital collections of language as audio, video and text used to study language and build technology systems. The project has been going for a while with some initial funding from the ARC to build the basic infrastructure and later from Macquarie University for some work on the Auslan corpus of Australian Sign Language collected by Trevor Johnston. Recently we have two projects which DADA will be part of, and so the pace of development has picked up a little. Continue reading