Show simple item record Utka, Andrius Rimkutė, Erika Kovalevskaitė, Jolanta Bielinskienė, Agnė Petkevičius, Mažvydas Petrauskaitė, Rūta Mikelionienė, Jurgita 2017-09-25T13:17:07Z 2017-09-25T13:17:07Z 2017-09-25
dc.description Corpus of the Contemporary Lithuanian Language, which comprises 208 million words, is a collection of texts designed to represent the current Lithuanian. The corpus has been compiled since 1990. The corpus is designed to represent as wide a range of contemporary written Lithuanian as possible. The largest part of the corpus is comprised of General Press (texts from regional and national newspapers), Popular Press, and Special Press (specialized newspapers and magazines). The rest of the corpus consists of Fiction, Nonfiction, Administrative documents, and Spoken language. The corpus is morphologically annotated and freely accessible for online search at
dc.language.iso lit
dc.publisher Vytautas Magnus University
dc.subject Lithuanian
dc.subject reference corpus
dc.subject online searchable
dc.subject POS tagged
dc.subject corpus
dc.title Corpus of the Contemporary Lithuanian Language
dc.type corpus
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contact.person Andrius Utka Vytautas Magnus University 208445773 tokens
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