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  • TTNWW to the Rescue: No Need to Know How to Handle Tools and Resources

    Marc Kemps-Snijders, Ineke Schuurman, Walter Daelemans, Kris Demuynck, Brecht Desplanques, Véronique Hoste, Marijn Huijbregts, Jean-Pierre Martens, Hans Paulussen, Joris Pelemans, Martin Reynaert, Vincent Vandeghinste, Antal van den Bosch, Henk van den Heuvel, Maarten van Gompel, Gertjan van Noord, Patrick Wambacq

    Chapter from the book: Odijk J. & van Hessen A. 2017. CLARIN in the Low Countries.

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    "But I don’t know how to work with [name of tool or resource]" is something one often hears when researchers in Human and Social Sciences (HSS) are confronted with language technology, be it written or spoken, tools or resources. The TTNWW project shows that these researchers do not need to be experts in language or speech technology, or to know all kinds of details about the tools involved. In principle they only need to make clear what they want to achieve.In this paper we describe a series of tools that are already available as a webservice. Details are not presented - interested readers are referred to the papers mentioned in the References and to the TTNWW website.

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    Kemps-Snijders, M et al. 2017. TTNWW to the Rescue: No Need to Know How to Handle Tools and Resources. In: Odijk J. & van Hessen A (eds.), CLARIN in the Low Countries. London: Ubiquity Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/bbi.7

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    Published on Dec. 28, 2017


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