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  XML databases (TAMINO) for multimodal data [HTML] [PDF] [Presentation]
Dafydd Gibbon, Thorsten Trippel & Ben Hell (Universität Bielefeld)

World Atlas of Language Structures: An Interactive Cross-Linguistic Database for Typological Research [Abstract] [HTML] [HTML (original)]
Hans-Jörg Bibiko, Martin Haspelmath, Matthew S. Dryer, David Gil & Bernard Comrie
(Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)

A Model for Interoperability: XML Documents as an RDF Database [Abstract] [HTML] [PDF]
Gary F. Simons (SIL International), Brian Fitzsimons (U of Arizona), D. Terence Langendoen (U of Arizona), William D. Lewis (California State U, Fresno), Scott O. Farrar (U of Bremen), Alexis Lanham (U of Arizona), Ruby Basham (U of Arizona) & Hector Gonzalez (California State U, Fresno)

On Representing Semantic Maps [Abstract] [HTML] [Word]
Ferdinand de Haan (University of Arizona)

The Descriptive Grammar as a (Meta)Database [Abstract] [HTML]
Jeff Good (University of Pittsburgh & MPI)

Review of DBMS for Linguistic Purposes [Word] [Appendix (Word)]
Marisa Ferrara & Steve Moran (Eastern Michigan U)

A Chemehuevi Lexicon [Abstract] [HTML] [Word]
Hans Nelson, Mike Manookin & Dirk Elzinga (Brigham Young U)

Towards a General Model for Linguistic Paradigms [HTML] [PDF]
David Penton, Catherine Bow, Steven Bird & Baden Hughes (University of Melbourne)

The Bantu Verb Phrase: Implications for Data Structure and Terminology [HTML] [PDF] [Word]
Don Salting (North Dakota State University)

Portability, modularity and seamless speech-corpus indexing and retrieval: A new software for documenting (not only) the endangered Formosan aboriginal languages [Abstract] [HTML] [Word]
Josef Szakos (Providence U) & Ulrike Glavitsch (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)

Databases for Linguistic Purposes: a case study of being always too early and too late
[Abstract] [HTML] [PDF] [Word]   Appendices [Word]

Peter Wittenburg, Daan Broeder, Richard Piepenbrock & Kees vd Veer
(Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)

Best Practice in Design Features for Databases: Catering for Competing Descriptions as Desideratum
Dietmar Zaefferer (Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich)
See the Conference Proceeding Page



  The LinGO Grammar Matrix [HTML]
Emily M. Bender, University of Washington; Dan Flickinger, CSLI Stanford; and
Stephan Oepen, CSLI Stanford and Universitetet I Oslo

  FIELD (Field Input Environment for Linguistic Data) [HTML] [Word]
Laura Buszard-Welcher, EMELD / LINGUIST List

  Archiving Comparative Data [HTML] [Word]
Joseph E. Grimes, SIL International and University of Hawaii at Manoa

  ACLA-DB: A Database for Linguistic Fieldwork Metadata [HTML] [Word] [PDF1] [PDF2]
Baden Hughes, David Penton & Steven Bird, University of Melbourne

  OLAC Archive Metadata Quality Evaluation Tool [HTML] [Word] [PDF]
Baden Hughes, Amol Kamat and Steven Bird, University of Melbourne

  OLAC Search Engine [HTML] [Word] [PDF]
Baden Hughes, Amol Kamat and Steven Bird, University of Melbourne

  Restructuring Morphological Output for Best Practices [HTML] [Word]
Hans Nelson, Jarren Bodily & Deryle Lonsdale, BYU Linguistics and English Language

  Ask an Expert [HTML]
Sadie Williams & Susan Hooyenga (Eastern Michigan U)

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