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For Erik Naggum, in appreciation

Reading Michael Sperberg-McQueen's blog over the weekend, I came across news that Erik Naggum, an active member of the SGML community, going back many years, has died. Michael writes: Erik Naggum, dead? Is it possible? One person fewer who remembers...
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XML and language resources

Language resources are needed by many people and tools: language teachers use computers to store example sentences, present grammars patterns, help learners to find mistakes etc. machine translation tools use word classes, grammar and other information, or large sets...
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