A Survey of Indigenous Language Tools: The Mergence of Two Lexicographical Approaches among Indigenous Languages of Canada

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2019-03-03
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Pankratz, Elizabeth
Lachler, Jordan
Arppe, Antti
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We review the functionalities in existing online dictionaries for Canadian Indigenous languages, tracing their differences to two types of underlying infrastructure: lexical databases and computational morphological models. We evaluate the merits of these approaches, concluding that dictionaries based on computational models represent the future in electronic lexicography for endangered languages. (session 3.5.2)
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