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    • A GF miniature resource grammar for Tswana: modelling the proper verb 

      Pretorius, Laurette; Marais, Laurette; Berg, Ansu (Springer, 2017)
      The Grammatical Framework (GF) not only offers state of the art grammar-based machine translation support between an increasing number of languages through its so-called Resource Grammar Library, but is also fast becoming ...
    • Advanced natural language processing for improved prosody in text–to–speech synthesis 

      Schlünz, Georg Isaac (North-West University, 2014)
      Text-to-speech synthesis enables the speech-impeded user of an augmentative and alternative communication system to partake in any conversation on any topic, because it can produce dynamic content. Current synthetic voices ...
    • Automatic lemmatisation for Afrikaans 

      Groenewald, Hendrik Johannes (North-West University, 2006)
      A lemmatiser is an important component of various human language technology applicalions for any language. At present, a rule-based lemmatiser for Afrikaans already exists, but this lemmatiser produces disappointingly low ...
    • Enkele tegnieke vir die ontwikkeling en benutting van etiketteringhulpbronne vir hulpbronskaars tale 

      Griebenow, Annick (2015)
      Because the development of resources in any language is an expensive process, many languages, including the indigenous languages of South Africa, can be classified as being resource scarce, or lacking in tagging resources. ...
    • Introducing XGL: a lexicalised probabilistic graphical lemmatiser for isiXhosa 

      Mzamo, Lulamile; Helberg, Albert; Bosch, Sonja (IEEE, 2015)
      In this paper, a lexicalized probabilistic graphical lemmatiser for isiXhosa, XGL, is presented. An overview of isiXhosa lemmatisation issues is given, followed by a discussion on previous work in automated lemmatisation ...
    • Outomatiese Afrikaanse tekseenheididentifisering 

      Puttkammer, Martin Johannes (North-West University, 2006)
      An important core technology in the development of human language technology applications is an automatic morphological analyser. Such a morphological analyser consists of various modules, one of which is a tokeniser. At ...
    • Outomatiese Afrikaanse woordsoortetikettering 

      Pilon, Suléne (North-West University, 2005)
      Any community that wants to be part of technological progress has to ensure that the language(s) of that community has/have the necessary human language technology resources. Part of these resources are so-called "core ...
    • Outomatiese genreklassifikasie vir hulpbronskaars tale 

      Snyman, Dirk Petrus (North-West University, 2012)
      When working in the terrain of text processing, metadata about a particular text plays an important role. Metadata is often generated using automatic text classification systems which classifies a text into one or more ...
    • Outomatiese Setswana lemma-identifisering 

      Brits, Jeanetta Hendrina (North-West University, 2006)
      Within the context of natural language processing, a lemmatiser is one of the most important core technology modules that has to be developed for a particular language. A lemmatiser reduces words in a corpus to the ...
    • Reëlgebaseerde klemtoontoekenning in 'n grafeem-na-foneemstelsel vir Afrikaans 

      Mouton, Elsie Wilhelmina (North-West University, 2010)
      Text -to-speech systems currently are of great importance in the community. One core technology in this human language technology resource is stress assignment which plays an important role in any text-to-speech system. ...