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EMILLE, a 67-million word corpus of Indic languages: data collection, mark-up and harmonization. / Baker, Paul; Hardie, Andrew; McEnery, Tony; Cunningham, Hamish; Gaizauskas, Robert.

Proceedings of LREC 2002. 2002. p. 819-825.

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title = "EMILLE, a 67-million word corpus of Indic languages: data collection, mark-up and harmonization.",
abstract = "The paper describes developments to date on the EMILLE Project (Enabling Minority Language Engineering) being carried out at the Universities of Lancaster and Sheffield. EMILLE was established to construct a 67 million word corpus of South Asian languages. In addition to undertaking this corpus construction, the project has had to address a number of related issues in the context of establishinga language engineering (LE) environment for South Asian language processing, such as translating 8-bit language data into Unicode and producing a number of basic LE tools. The development of tools on EMILLE has contributed to the on-going development of the LE architecture GATE.",
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