Just published: Analysis of conceptual relations found in corpora and dictionaries for terminological definition writing: An application to the field of sustainable fisheries. (Master Thesis)

De Maria Montalvan Ayala, Luz (2023) Analysis of conceptual relations found in corpora and dictionaries for terminological definition writing: An application to the field of sustainable fisheries. Département de linguistique et de traduction, Université de Montréal. [PDF (5.5Gb)].

The object of our study are the conceptual relations expressed in dictionary definitions and those expressed in . . . → Read More: Just published: Analysis of conceptual relations found in corpora and dictionaries for terminological definition writing: An application to the field of sustainable fisheries. (Master Thesis)

Just published: Automatic creation of a dictionary of French verb regimes. (Master Thesis)

Hassert, Naïma (2023) Automatic creation of a dictionary of French verb regimes. Département de linguistique et de traduction, Université de Montréal. [PDF (610Kb)].

Valency dictionaries are useful for many tasks in automatic language processing. However, quality dictionaries of this type are created at least in part manually; they are therefore resource-intensive and difficult to update. . . . → Read More: Just published: Automatic creation of a dictionary of French verb regimes. (Master Thesis)

Just published: Flexible lexicalization in text production. (Master Thesis)

Gazeau, Avril (2023) Flexible lexicalization in text production. Département de linguistique et de traduction, Université de Montréal. [PDF (3,9Mb)].

GenDR is an automatic text realiser. Its input is a graph; a semantic representation, and its output is the corresponding syntactic dependencies tree graphs. One of GenDR’s tasks to operate this transduction successfully is called deep . . . → Read More: Just published: Flexible lexicalization in text production. (Master Thesis)

Interview with Igor Mel’cuk

Igor Mel’cuk Interview, april 2023 from Ian Mackenzie on Vimeo.

A SSCHRC grant for the description of environment terminology in Innu language

Uauitamutau assi. Environment terminology in Innu language (Innu-Aimun) In general, this project aims to develop a method for collecting, describing and documenting terms related to the field of the environment based on Innu knowledge in this field. The project will be carried out in collaboration and consultation with the Innu communities of eastern Quebec and . . . → Read More: A SSCHRC grant for the description of environment terminology in Innu language

Just published: Description du lexique spécialisé chinois et constitution d’une ressource didactique adaptée pour locuteurs non sinophones. (Ph. D. Thesis)

Han, Zhiwei. (2022) Description du lexique spécialisé chinois et constitution d’une ressource didactique adaptée pour locuteurs non sinophones. PhD thesis. Université de Montréal, Montréal. [PDF (36,2 Mo)]

The teaching and learning of Chinese specialized lexicon is a path strewn with obstacles. For non-native learners, specialized lexical combinations (SLCs) (L’Homme, 2000) raise syntactic and semantic . . . → Read More: Just published: Description du lexique spécialisé chinois et constitution d’une ressource didactique adaptée pour locuteurs non sinophones. (Ph. D. Thesis)

SHORT FILM SCREENING :ABORIGINAL LANGUAGES

“Game jam” on language, an innovative marathon day at the Mila agora!

Game development, game design and programming marathon day – Theme: The language

CONTACT : Gaëlle Deblonde – Udem Coordinator – gaelle.deblonde@umontreal.ca

90e Congrès de l’Acfas : Langues autochtones – au présent et au futur

Jeudi 11 mai 2023 Responsables : Yvette Mollen (UdeM – Université de Montréal) Andrée Labrie (UdeM – Université de Montréal) . . . → Read More: 90e Congrès de l’Acfas : Langues autochtones – au présent et au futur