|SAFMORIL brings together researchers and developers in the area of computational morphology and its application during language processing. The focus of SAFMORIL is actual, working systems and frameworks based on linguistic principles and providing linguistically motivated analyses and/or generation on the basis of linguistic categories. Such systems are relevant in particular for languages with rich morphologies, e.g. Nordic and Baltic languages (such as Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Latvian, Lithuanian as well as the Sámi languages) and more generally Fenno-Ugric languages, Inuit languages, Canadian First Nation languages and Babylonian languages.
We offer online courses for developing and teaching morphologies, tokenizers and spell-checkers, a repository for storing morphologies, and an environment for creating tokenizers and spell-checkers. SAFMORIL serves linguists and computational linguists developing and adapting morphologies as well as digital humanities scholars and computer scientists processing language data.
If you have any questions, contact us via the SAFMORIL Helpdesk (email@example.com).
Introduction to some of the services provided by the K Centre member institutions:
Documentation of the services:
Experts collaborating with the K Centre on morphologically complex languages:
The K Centre operates as a distributed virtual centre supported by CLARIN member institutions such as:
If your institution wishes to join our effort to provide high-quality morphological processing tools, please get in touch.
FAQ will be compiled from questions and answers acquired via helpdesk / issue tracker.
The Knowledge Centre is coordinated by the University of Helsinki through its SAFMORIL helpdesk (firstname.lastname@example.org). There will also be an issue tracker available for asking questions and reporting bugs, feature requests etc.