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Description: The Lingua Parallel Concordancing Project aims to ease the use of a multilingual corpus by teachers and students. In addition, the Project attempts to implement some of the Text Encoding Initiative Guidelines in the creation of multilingual corpora. MultiConcord is designed to display the use of words and translation technique across different languages. The user selects the desired languages and the text to be searched. Searches can be by single, combined words, or using wildcard characters. The results of a search are displayed on a split screen with the relevant sentences aligned with the comparative text, and the search words highlighted. The results can be sorted and unwanted sentences may be removed from the the results screen. MultiConcord includes a facility to create tests for students replacing pre-defined words with a blank line.
The texts currently available for MultiConcord include Stephen Hawking, A Brief History of Time (English, French, German, Greek, Italian); Hergé, Tintin (French, English, Italian, German); A. de Saint-Exupery, The Little Prince (French, English, Danish); EuroDisney brochures (French, English, German, Italian); and documents from the proceedings of the European Parliament.
Requirements: PC running MS-Windows 3.1or higher with at least 4MB RAM.
Further information: See the Lingua project WWW page at: http://sun1.bham.ac.uk:80/johnstf/lingua.htm
Distributor: The COBUILD Virtual Bookshop at http://titania.cobuild.collins.co.uk/cgi-bin/shop or from CFL Software Development, 12 St Paul's Square, Birmingham B3 1RD. Tel: 0121 233 1667. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Guide to Digital Resources 1996-98. Not to be republished in any form
without the permission of CTI Textual Studies.
HTML Author: Michael Fraser
Document Created: 17 August 1996
Document Modified: 28 September 1997
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