Collaborations and acknowledgements
The research carried out by the WoPoss team is based on sharing data, resources and expertise in various domains, from epigraphy to semantics and computational linguistics. At different levels WoPoss co-operates and collaborates with and/or has fruitful exchanges and/or uses the resources made available by the following projects and associations (in alphabetical order):
- Bases, Corpus, Langage – Laboratoire UMR 7320
- Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University
- CIRCSE Research Centre, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Computational Historical Semantics
We thank CompHistSem for access to their computational tools for linguistic analysis.
- digilib-LT – Digital library of late-antique Latin texts
Digital Humanities ToolKit
We thank the DHTK for the automatization of metadata retrieval.
WoPoss is a member of IDEA-EAGLE. We thank them for giving us access to the XML-TEI files of Greek and Latin inscriptions.
INCEpTION is our annotation platform.
LASLA – Laboratoire
d’Analyse Statistique des Langues Anciennes
We thank LASLA for access to their annotated corpus of Latin texts
LILA – Linking Latin
WoPoss supports LILA’s goal of connecting linguistic resources and NLP tools for Latin and making them accessible to everyone. The WoPoss corpus will be also made available as part of the LILA Knowledge Base.
MODAL – Modèles de
l’annotation de la modalité à l’oral
MODAL’s PI, Paola Pietrandrea, is one of the official scientific partners of the WoPoss project. The WoPoss annotation schemas are partially based on those developed in the MODAL project.
- Monumenta Germaniae Historica
- Perseus Digital Library
- Projects on modality led by Corinne Rossari
- Projects on modality led by Jan Nuyts
- Research project on The diachrony of Dutch modal expressions, especially the modal auxiliaries, funded by the Science Fund Flanders (FWO), 2007-2010.
- ‘Interuniversity attraction poles’ research program on Grammaticalization and (inter)subjectification, funded by the Department for Science Policy of the Belgian Federal Government (IAP VI/44), 2007-2011.
- Research project on A diachronic investigation of the mental state predicates in Dutch, funded by the Research Council of the University of Antwerp, 2012-2015.
- Research project on De-auxiliarization in the Dutch and English modals: A comparative diachronic corpus investigation, funded by the Science Fund Flanders (FWO) and the Dutch Research Council (NWO) (jointly with the University of Amsterdam), 2015-2019.
We thank the Roman Law Library for giving us access to their text-files.
- Thesaurus Linguae Latinae