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D-square. Digital Databases and Tools for Dutch Regional Dictionaries. Folkert de Vriend - Methods XII, Moncton, Canada, 2005 -. Topics. Introduction dictionaries Overview of project phases Conversion End user access. Macrostructure WBD & WLD. Agricultural terminology

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Digital Databases and Tools for Dutch Regional Dictionaries

Folkert de Vriend

- Methods XII, Moncton, Canada, 2005 -


Topics

Topics

  • Introduction dictionaries

  • Overview of project phases

  • Conversion

  • End user access


Macrostructure wbd wld

Macrostructure WBD & WLD

  • Agricultural terminology

  • Other technical or craft terminologies

  • Common vocabulary


Microstructure wbd wld

Microstructure WBD & WLD

Linguistic information in entries:

  • Phonetic (vol. I&II) or lexical (vol. III) variant

  • Heteronym (functions as headword)

  • Lexical meaning (word, or description of a concept)

    Non-linguistic information in entries:

  • Place name


Example of wbd entry volume 3

Example of WBD entry, volume 3


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Overview phases D-square

  • Conversion to a new format

  • End user access to data

  • Enrichment of data

  • Data management


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Phase 1: Conversion to a new format


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Raw data

FileM Pro

Edited data

XML

Raw data

Questionnaires Nijmegen and Leuven

Questionnaires (chiefly) Meertens

(parts of)

Vol. I+II

MS-Word

Vol. III

FileM Pro

Enriched

data

XML

(parts of)

Vol. I+II

MacWrite

Deel III

MS-Word

Vol. III

Filing cards

Online DB

WBD

(Polderland)

Edited data

Vol. I + II

Vol. III

Website

WBD/WLD

with tools for

searching and

cartography

Specialized

print editions

(dialect atlas

or local

dictionary)

SGV on CD

(Polderland)


Reasoning behind new encoding

Reasoning behind new encoding

  • XML, not relational database

  • Tailored to WBD and WLD

  • Flexible enough to be used for other dialect dictionaries

  • Standards: ISO TC 37/SC 4 DCR and LMF. (DCR = flat concept registries)


The maybug again

The maybug again…


Data for maybug from database

Data for “maybug” from database


Example xml encoding

Example XML-encoding

<LEXICON>

<ENTRY>

<CONCEPT ontol_ID="492">

<WORD lang=“Dutch”>Meikever</WORD>

<ILLUSTRATION uri="meikever.jpg"/>

<DESCRIPTION></DESCRIPTION>

</CONCEPT>

<VARIANTS>

<VARIANT type="heteronym">Bakkertje

<VARIANT type="lexical">Bakkerke

<VARIANT type="raw" import="diplomatic" source1="N83"> bakkərkə

<LOCATION>K178</LOCATION>

</VARIANT>

</VARIANT>

</VARIANTS>

</ENTRY>

</LEXICON>


Example from wald

Example from WALD


Xml encoding for wald

XML-encoding for WALD

<LEXICON>

<ENTRY>

<CONCEPT ontol_ID="492">

<WORD lang=“Achterhoeks”>Hals</WORD>

<DESCRIPTION></DESCRIPTION>

</CONCEPT>

<VARIANTS>

<VARIANT type="heteronym">Hals

<LOCATION>Gor</LOCATION>

<LOCATION>Harf</LOCATION>

<LOCATION>Alf</LOCATION>

<LOCATION>Eef</LOCATION>

<LOCATION>...</LOCATION>

</VARIANT>

<VARIANT type="heteronym">Kael

<LOCATION>Gor</LOCATION>

<LOCATION>Eef</LOCATION>

<LOCATION>Wich</LOCATION>

<LOCATION>Gen</LOCATION>

<LOCATION>...</LOCATION>

</VARIANT>

</VARIANTS>

</ENTRY>

</LEXICON>


Example from wzd

Example from WZD


Xml encoding for wzd

XML-encoding for WZD

<LEXICON>

<ENTRY>

<CONCEPT ontol_ID="292">

<WORD lang=“Dutch”>de haard</WORD>

<DESCRIPTION></DESCRIPTION>

</CONCEPT>

<VARIANTS>

<VARIANT type="raw">'aerd (d'n)

<LOCATION>Z.eil</LOCATION>

<LOCATION>Z.V.W.</LOCATION>

<LOCATION>L.v.Ax</LOCATION>

<LOCATION>Hlt</LOCATION>

<LOCATION>...</LOCATION>

</VARIANT>

<VARIANT type="raw">êêrd

<LOCATION>Z.V.W.</LOCATION>

</VARIANT>

</VARIANTS>

</ENTRY>

</LEXICON>


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Phase 2: end user access


The trouble with linking

The trouble with linking

  • At the conceptual level


Existing ontology can be used

Existing ontology can be used


The trouble with linking1

The trouble with linking

  • At the conceptual level

  • At the level of the variants


The maybug again wvd

The maybug again (WVD)…


And again wbd

…and again (WBD)


Information about d square

Information about D-square

www.ru.nl/dialect/d2


Questions

Questions?


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