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VICAV - Vienna Corpus of Arabic Varieties
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person_add Contact(s): Karlheinz Mörth , Omar Siam , Stephan Procházka ,
people Creator(s): Karlheinz Mörth , Stephan Procházka ,
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today Available Date: 2017-10-16 ,
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VICAV - Vienna Corpus of Arabic Varieties

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Egypt , Cairo , Syria , Damascus , Republic of Tunisia , Tunis , Republic of Iraq , Baghdad
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Karlheinz Mörth , Stephan Procházka
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Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities
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Karlheinz Mörth
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Karlheinz Mörth , Stephan Procházka
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Karlheinz Mörth , Matej Ďurčo , Ulrike Czeitschner
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Austrian Academy of Sciences
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acdh:hasTemporalCoverage
20th/21st centuries
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ARCHE
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project in progress
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polyglot dictionary
acdh:hasContributor
Rima Aldoukhi , Carmen Berlinches Ramos , Ines Dallaji , Ines Gabsi , Lea Müller-Funk , Veronika Ritt-Benmimoun , Naima Sekiati , Gisela Kitzler , Ines Ben-Brahim , Bettina Leitner , Tarek Eltayeb , Fady Yousuf
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Dictionaries are highly complex knowledge stores on the modelling of which lots of efforts have been spent since we have started to compile digital dicitionaries. The VICAV project has been dedicated to the use of the guidelines of the Text Encoding Inititative in all of its dictionaries. The team have documented their work in a document which exemplifies the most important structures contained in these dictionaries. The VICAV Dictionary Encoding Guidelines are meant to allow researchers in similar projects to draw on the experiences of our work.
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VICAV - Vienna Corpus of Arabic Varieties
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Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities
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Karlheinz Mörth , Omar Siam , Stephan Procházka
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VICAV is an international endeavour aiming at the collection of digital language resources documenting varieties of spoken Arabic. While in principle being open to any type of text, we currently focus on bibliographical data, on so-called language profiles, standardised feature lists and lexical data. VICAV has a strong methodological component focusing on the development of digital data and tools. A large part of these efforts is concentrated on modelling data and providing documentation for developmental and pedagogical purposes. VICAV is strongly committed to the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI). We provide a detailed documentation of our lexical data. VICAV has been started as a co-operation between the Department of Oriental Studies of the University of Vienna and the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ACDH-OeAW). The institutional frame of the project is defined by a repository for digital research data, a University and a national Academy, all of which is meant to ensure long-term availability of both data and the web-interface.
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info_outline Spatial Coverage:   Egypt , Cairo , Syria , Damascus , Republic of Tunisia , Tunis , Republic of Iraq , Baghdad
info_outline Description:   VICAV is an international endeavour aiming at the collection of digital language resources documenting varieties of spoken Arabic. While in principle being open to any type of text, we currently focus on bibliographical data, on so-called language profiles, standardised feature lists and lexical data.
VICAV has a strong methodological component focusing on the development of digital data and tools. A large part of these efforts is concentrated on modelling data and providing documentation for developmental and pedagogical purposes. VICAV is strongly committed to the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI). We provide a detailed documentation of our lexical data.
VICAV has been started as a co-operation between the Department of Oriental Studies of the University of Vienna and the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ACDH-OeAW). The institutional frame of the project is defined by a repository for digital research data, a University and a national Academy, all of which is meant to ensure long-term availability of both data and the web-interface.

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Karlheinz Mörth, Stephan Procházka. VICAV - Vienna Corpus of Arabic Varieties. ARCHE, 2017, https://id.acdh.oeaw.ac.at/vicav. Accessed 15 Oct 2019.