CLARIN-DK – status and challenges

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CLARIN-DK – status and challenges. / Offersgaard, Lene; Jongejan, Bart; Hansen, Dorte Haltrup.

Proceedings of the workshop on Nordic language research infrastructure at NODALIDA 2013. Linköpings universitet : Linköping University Electronic Press, 2013. s. 21-32 (NEALT Proceedings Series; Nr. 20).

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningfagfællebedømt

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Offersgaard, L, Jongejan, B & Hansen, DH 2013, CLARIN-DK – status and challenges. i Proceedings of the workshop on Nordic language research infrastructure at NODALIDA 2013. Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköpings universitet, NEALT Proceedings Series, nr. 20, s. 21-32, NODALIDA 2013 Workshop on Nordic language research infrastructure, Oslo, Norge, 22/05/2013.

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Offersgaard, L., Jongejan, B., & Hansen, D. H. (2013). CLARIN-DK – status and challenges. I Proceedings of the workshop on Nordic language research infrastructure at NODALIDA 2013 (s. 21-32). Linköpings universitet: Linköping University Electronic Press. NEALT Proceedings Series, Nr. 20

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Offersgaard L, Jongejan B, Hansen DH. CLARIN-DK – status and challenges. I Proceedings of the workshop on Nordic language research infrastructure at NODALIDA 2013. Linköpings universitet: Linköping University Electronic Press. 2013. s. 21-32. (NEALT Proceedings Series; Nr. 20).

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Offersgaard, Lene ; Jongejan, Bart ; Hansen, Dorte Haltrup. / CLARIN-DK – status and challenges. Proceedings of the workshop on Nordic language research infrastructure at NODALIDA 2013. Linköpings universitet : Linköping University Electronic Press, 2013. s. 21-32 (NEALT Proceedings Series; Nr. 20).

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