- What is AfLaT?
- AfLaT 2014
- AfLaT 2013
- AfLaT 2012
- AfLaT 2011
- AfLaT 2010
- AfLaT 2009
- Bajuni Database (Derek Nurse)
- Diacritic Restoration
- Luo MT [offline]
- Northern Sotho
Submitted by Vamaja on Sat, 2007-09-29 13:37
The importance of language by Innocent Maja
The current multidisciplinary language discourse in law, politics, sociology, antropology and linguistic on the importance of language reveals that language is important in at least six ways.
Submitted by nimaan on Fri, 2007-07-06 15:08
Information Retrieval Strategies for Accessing African Audio Corpora, , Proceedings Interspeech 2007, (2007)
Submitted by Sociolingo on Tue, 2007-03-13 17:00
A general blog about Africa with strengths in linguistics and culture.
Submitted by nimaan on Thu, 2007-02-01 10:00
Speech mining to make African oral patrimony accessible, , Proceedings of LREC workshop - Networking the development of language resources for African languages, Genova - Italia, (2006)
Submitted by nimaan on Thu, 2007-02-01 09:57
Automatic transcription of Somali language, , Interspeech 2006, Pittsburgh PA, USA, (2006)
Submitted by nimaan on Thu, 2007-02-01 09:49
Towards automatic transcription of Somali language, , LREC 2006, Genova - Italia, (2006)
Submitted by Gilles-Maurice on Fri, 2006-12-15 17:31
A collection of articles and papers on corpus and dictionary topics for the African languages, as well as on language-independent lexicography and terminology software.
Submitted by Guy on Tue, 2006-12-12 15:53
The ALLEX Project is a joint project between the Universities of Oslo and Zimbabwe organised and financed under the NUFU agreement (Project nr 28/96). The University of Gothenburg has also participated in the ALLEX Project from the start in 1992. As in all NUFU Projects the concept is that ALLEX should be a development Project between equal partners, all of whom benefit from the cooperation. The Project is designed to describe, promote, develop the African languages of Zimbabwe as general means of communications within all sectors of society.