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LRC launches Localisation Tools and Technologies Distribution (19 April 2006)
The Localisation Research Centre (LRC) at the University of Limerick announces the release of the LOTS Satellite Distribution, a unique collection of localisation tools and technologies from six leading developers worth tens of thousands of Euro, which will be distributed to selected Partner Universities by the LRC free-of-charge. Full details can be found here.

Localisation Research Centre — Malaysia (19 April 2006)
The leading Malaysian University, the Universiti Malaysia Sarawak at Kuching (UNIMAS), and the University of Limerick’s Localisation Research Centre (LRC) establish closer links between the two institutions to promote internationalisation and localisation–related research and teaching. Full details can be found here.

Free Toolkit for Syntax-driven Statistical Machine Translation (29 November 2005)
The 2005 JHU Language Engineering Workshop has released a free toolkit for syntax-driven statistical machine translation (SMT), which is also known as 'translation by parsing'. The GenPar Toolkit is intended to serve as a springboard for research. Its modular design makes it also useful for educational purposes.

GenPar features:

These prototypes are certainly not state-of-the-art (yet). However, they are complete, in the sense that no additional software is required to build an MT system, apply it to new input, and automatically evaluate the results. These prototypes can also serve as blueprints/templates for other language pairs.

GenPar is downloadable from here.

The accompanying 'MTV' tool for visualising tree-structured alignments is downloadable from here.

A report outlining the context in which these tools were created is available here


Researchers at several institutions are actively developing GenPar and MTV. We welcome inquiries from potential contributors and collaborators. Of course, we also welcome feedback from users.

Contact:
Dan Melamed
New York University
lastname AT cs DOT nyu DOT edu

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GILC Call for Papers (18 October 2005)
There will be a GILC panel presentation at the 2nd Conference of the International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies which takes place at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa from 12-14 July 2006. The organisers of this panel invite papers which relate to or report on any one of the following issues:

Abstracts (maximum 300 words, in English) for 30 minute papers (including 10 minutes' discussion time) can be sent:

Reinhard Sch?ler
Localisation Research Centre (LRC)
CSIS
University of Limerick
Limerick
Ireland
Tel: ++353 (0)61 202881 

Key dates:

Click here for full details on this special panel call for papers

GILC to be launched in Latin America (01 October 2005)
There will be a session at LISE Brasil 2005, which runs from 10-11 November 2005, to launch the GILC initiative in Latin America.

Official Launch of GILC (13-14 September 2005)
GILC officially launched at the LRC-X Conference in Limerick, Ireland - culminating in the signing of The Limerick Declaration.

GILC.info launches (31 March 2005)
GILC.info, the official website for GILC was launched today. Aimed at helping local computing globally, the site aims to keep visitors apprised of the latest activities of the Global Initiative for Local Computing (GILC).
The Global Initiative for Local Computing (GILC) will be officially launched in September 2005. Its aims are  to work with appropriate organisations and individuals around the world to ensure that all people have access to computers and information technologies - in their preferred language and adhering to their favoured cultural practices.
The GILC office is based at the Localisation Research Centre (LRC) at the University of Limerick.

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