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The project is supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project #07-04-12140

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(c) "Information Technologies and Textual Heritage", 2008-2016

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, 27 2012
Summary. The article is devoted to the description of morphological model of the Kalmyk language in the light of automatic processing of texts — for the creation of morphological parser and lemmatizator. The author considers the problems of revealing of morphological paradigms for productive work of parser.
 
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, 27 2012

Summary. The National Library along with Petrozavodsk State University and Kizhi Museum have revealed that 12 institutions had handpress book collections. The identification and description of handpress books led to the creation of the electronic union catalog «Book Monuments of the Republic of Karelia».

The union catalog includes more than 1200 decriptions of rare books. Electronic copies of the most interesting books and manuscripts are included in full-text collections of rare and local documents. All manuscripts (17) from the National Library of the Republic of Karelia are represented on the Internet as digital copies. Two full-text copies are given in modern spelling.
 
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, 27 2012
Summary. The author states that the use of participles in the military fragments of "Tales of Temporary Years" is related to the specific genre and style of these fragments. Grammatical Semantics of participles, on the one hand, can present military event in detail, on the other ― can give a minimum of additional information, which is necessary to describe the military action.
 
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, 27 2012
Summary. The paper discusses some problems of representation of the tenor of historical records in semantic publications. The authors argue that the tenor of historical records can be fully represented on the Semantic Web by means of Attempto Controlled English (ACE). The advantages of this natural controlled language are rather obvious: ACE texts can be translated into the so-called Discourse Representation Structures (DRS) that can be directly correlated with first-order logic formulas. Furthermore, documents’ texts in ACE can be processed using reasoner, which generates new hypotheses on the bases of the facts revealed by a researcher. ACE makes it also possible to record axioms and inference rules, e.g. “if something X is written by someone Y, then Y is the author of X”. As a result, a great number of facts related to the texts, which should be entered and processed manually in the course of production of the semantic publications on the basis of Semantic MediaWiki, can be entered and processed automatically due to the opportunities offered by ACE. At the same time, new knowledge about the texts of the written historical records, namely new facts and hypotheses, can be acquired by means of automatic inference. Therefore, ACE seems to be a very promising tool for the purposes of the semantic publication of historical records.
 
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, 27 2012
Summary. The paper discusses the issues of spelling, grammatical tagging and metatext markup for a pilot version of the Church Slavonic Corpus (started in 2011) and the prospects of its development.
 
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