Okrut, T. Context-Sensitive Homograph Disambiguation with NooJ in Belarusian and Russian Electronic Texts / T. Okrut, B. Lobanov, Y. Yakubovich // International Scientific Conference on the Automatic Processing of Natural-Language Electronic Texts “NooJ’2015″ / ed. B.M. Lobanov, Yu.S.Hetsevich. — Minsk : UIIP NASB, 2015. — C. 48.
Hetsevich Y., Hetsevich S., Skopinava A., Lobanov B., Yakubovich Y. and Kim Y. Describing Set and Free Word Combinations in Belarusian and Russian with NooJ. Formalising Natural Languages with NooJ 2013 : Selected Papers from the NooJ 2013 International Conference (Saarbrucken, Germany). Edited by Svetla Koeva, Slim Mesfar and Max Silberztein. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle., UK, 2014. – P. 101-114
Hetsevich, Y. Accentual expansion of the Belarusian and Russian NooJ dictionaries / Y. Hetsevich, S. Hetsevich, B. Lobanov, A. Skopinava, Y. Yakubovich // Formalising Natural Languages with NooJ : Selected Papers from the NooJ 2012 Intern. Conf. / eds. Anaïd Donabédian, Victoria Khurshudian and Max Silberztein. – Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. – P. 24-36.
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Hetsevich, Y. Belarusian module for NooJ // Y. Hetsevich, S. Hetsevich, B. Lobanov, Ya. Yakubovich // NooJ web-site [Electronic resourse]. – 2012. Mode of access : http://www.nooj4nlp.net/pages/belarusian.html. – Date of access : 16.03.2012.
The downloadable Belarusian module for NooJ includes : — several texts and projects, — several morphological and syntactic grammars, — several dictionaries. Read README.rtf inside the be.zip for further details. If you use this module for your work, please cite: Hetsevich Yuras, Hetsevich Sviatlana, 2012. Overview of Belarusian And Russian dictionaries and […]Чытаць больш...