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ATILF's computerized linguistic resources involved in cooperative projects

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This paper presents some of the computerized linguistic resources of the Research Laboratory ATILF (Analyse et Traitement Informatique de la Langue Française) available on the Web. This considerable amount of resources concerning French language consists in a set of more than 3650 literary works grouped together in the textual database Frantext, plus a number of dictionaries, lexis and other databases. First, we try to place the resources in a wider perspective, next to identify special data representation and access problems. ATILF has great interest to stimulate re-usage of its resources by the NLP community. These computerized resources are involved in several national and international projects as Normalangue, INTERA, OLAC and ENABLER. The use of metadata to describe the available resources is a way of making those resources locatable and accessible. The metadata's visibility through some international harvesters will encourage collaborations and provide help for the industry, research and education. ATILF expects that the metadata description of the computerized resources will facilitate the access to local French language resources and increase the usage of the resources already available.
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inria-00526960 , version 1 (06-12-2020)

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Jean-Marie Pierrel, Laurent Romary, Zina Tucsnak. ATILF's computerized linguistic resources involved in cooperative projects. ELSNET/ENABLER Resources Information Infrastructure Workshop, Aug 2003, Paris, France. ⟨inria-00526960⟩
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