Difference between revisions of "Faroese and Norwegian"

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where the lang1 path goes to the fao folder in the giella infrastructure, cf. [http://giellatekno.uit.no/doc/lang/fao/index.html].
   
 
Compile giella-fao with <code>./configure --with-hfst --enable-apertium</code>
 
Compile giella-fao with <code>./configure --with-hfst --enable-apertium</code>

Revision as of 20:17, 20 February 2018

This is a language pair translating between Faroese and Norwegian Bokmål. The pair is currently located in incubator.
Workplan for summer '17

General information

  • The Faroese-Norwegian Bokmål transducer contains ? stems in its bidictionary.
  • There are two fst-s for Faroese:
    • The Giella-fao transducer (see below) contains 90684 stems in its dictionary (the number is growing, due to work on a Faroese spellchecker)
    • The Faroese transducer in apertium/languages/apertium-fao contains 2,318 stems in its dictionary.
  • The Norwegian Bokmål transducer in apertium/languages/apertium-nob contains 192,623 stems in its dictionary.

Source

Apertium:

Giellatekno:

Download with:

 svn co <URL>

Configure apertium-sme-nor with:

./autogen.sh --with-lang1=/path/to/fao/tools/mt/apertium --with-lang2n=/path/to/apertium-nno --with-lang2b=/path/to/apertium-nob

where the lang1 path goes to the fao folder in the giella infrastructure, cf. [1].

Compile giella-fao with ./configure --with-hfst --enable-apertium