Knowledge Centers (K centers). Their mission is to offer expertise and advice that are relevant for researchers, students, Bulgarian citizens, industry, etc. to easily make use of the CLaDA-BG services. The envisaged activities include: general and specialized trainings; public and focused lectures; seminars on related topics; release of educational and training materials as well as release of various resources and services.
CLaDA-BG is already a member of CLASSLA – Knowledge Center for South Slavic Languages. The center provides tools and resources for Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian and Slovene. For Bulgarian the following models were trained and published for free usage:
- CLASSLA - CLARIN knowledge center for South Slavic languages
- Bulgaria featured in Tour de CLARIN
- Open a GLAM Lab
- A Dictionary of Writing, Pronunciation and Punctuation of Bulgarian Language
The CLASSLA-StanfordNLP model for morphosyntactic annotation of standard Bulgarian 1.0:
The CLASSLA-StanfordNLP model for lemmatisation of standard Bulgarian 1.0
The CLASSLA-StanfordNLP model for UD dependency parsing of standard Bulgarian 1.0
The CLASSLA-StanfordNLP model for named entity recognition of standard Bulgarian 1.0
The documentation is available here: https://pypi.org/project/classla/
FAQ FOR BULGARIAN LANGUAGE RESOURCES AND TECHNOLOGIES
This FAQ is part of the documentation of the CLASSLA CLARIN knowledge centre for South Slavic languages.
Bulgaria featured in Tour de CLARIN:
Open a GLAM Lab. Digital Cultural Heritage Innovation Labs
Book Sprint, Doha, Qatar, 23 - 27 September 2019,
Bulgarian version, Translation: Nikola Ikonomov.
Professor Marin Drinov Publishing House of BAS. Sofia. 2020
Petya Osenova. Bulgarian.
In: The Languages of the New EU Member States, Revue Belge de Philologie et D’Histoire,
tome 88, fasc. 3, 2011. Langues et Littératures Modernes, pp. 643–668
A Dictionary of Writing, Pronunciation and Punctuation of Bulgarian Language
Dimitar Popov, Kiril Simov, Svetlomira Vidinska. A Dictionary of Writing, Pronunciation and Punctuation of Bulgarian Language. (in Bulgarian)
Atlantis KL, Sofia, Bulgaria. 927 pages. October 1998.