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This page is for language-independent NLP resources.



A free/open-source rule-based machine translation platform offering free linguistic data (morphological analysers, bilingual dictionaries, etc.) in XML formats for a range of languages.




The Helsinki finite-state toolkit is a free/open-source rewrite of the Xerox finite-state tools. It provides an implementation both of the lexc and twolc formalisms.


Machine Translation Archive

Machine Translation Archive. Electronic repository and bibliography of articles, books and papers on topics in machine translation, computer translation systems, and computer-based translation tools. >6400 items. Aims to be comprehensive on English-language publications since 1990; adding earlier papers and books to provide partial coverage from the 1950s. (Mamandel 20:53, 22 April 2010 (UTC))


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The Institute for German Language in Mannheim is working in a Online Bibliography of Electronic Lexicography (OBELEX) which is available at and may be of interest to linguists. In OBELEX, the research contributions from this field are consolidated and are searchable by different criteria. OBELEX includes all relevant articles, monographs, anthologies and reviews since 2000 with respect to electronic lexicography, and some older relevant works. Our particular focus is on works about online lexicography. While information on dictionaries is not included in OBELEX, we are working on a database which contains information on online dictionaries as a supplement to OBELEX.


An XML-based format for translation memories.


VISL Constraint Grammar

A free/open-source software reimplementation and extension of Fred Karlsson's Constraint Grammar formalism.


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