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Closed projects

Below is a short overview of our closed projects. If you are interested in more information about a particular project, please click on the relevant link. Since we don't update these pages anymore, we apologize for broken links, outdated mails and phone numbers etc. At the bottom you will find a link to projects closed before 2008.

  • DASISH was a data service infrastructure for the social sciences and humanities.
  • DK-CLARIN was Danish research infrastructure integrating written, spoken, and visual records. 
  • CLARA was about common language resources and their applications - a Marie Curie ITN
  • CLARIN EU was a European ERIC – European Research Infrastructure Consortium.
  • DAD - The Abstract Det was a project developing a formal model of the use of Danish pronominal abstract anaphora.
  • DanNet was a research- and development project on a Danish lexical semantic wordnet.
  • E in Science the centre participates in the University of Copenhagen platform E in Science
  • ESICT Development of an IT system answering health questions.
  • Let'sMT! was a EU project about statistic machine translation (in Danish only).
  • Leksikalsk disambiguering (in Danish only).
  • MEDAR was a network for Mediterranean Arabic Language and Speech Technology.
  • MELFA Mobile e-Learning for Africa. The project was aimed at South Africans with reading difficulties. 
  • MELFO - Mobile elearning for dyslexics (in Danish).
  • META-NORD was an EU project with aim of developing language resources for the less resourced languages in the Baltic and Nordic countries.
  • MULINCO - Multilingual Corpus of the University of Copenhagen (In Danish only).
  • NOMCO - A collaborative Nordic analysis of multimodal spoken language corpora.
  • Nordic online dictionary (In Danish only).
  • PaTrans (In Danish only).
  • SDMT - Statistical dependency-based machine translation (In Danish only).
  • Texts and dictionaries.
  • Validation Centre ELRA chose Centre for Language Technology as validator for written language resourses.
  • Verbal and bodily communication.