Welcome to the Danish documentation centre for language technology
The mission of the Danish documentation centre for language technology is to ensure that future and, as far as possible, previous Danish, Faroese, Greenlandic and Latvian research results, corpora, tools etc. are made known and available for re-use both nationally and internationally.
The Danish documentation centre for language technology is situated at the Centre for Language Technology (CST). Through identifying and documenting players, projects, resources etc., it will produce data documenting the local language technology research scene.
In the other Nordic countries, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Finland, similar documentation centres for language technology have also been set up. A formal collaboration between these centres has been established in the Nordic network of documentation centres for language technology (NorDokNet). This collaboration is led by the Centre for Language Technology and its activities include holding seminars.
The documentation centres and the network are activities funded by the Nordic language technology research programme, now NordForsk, which is a 5 year research programme initiated by the Nordic Council of Ministers. A programme committee appointed by the council of ministers has overall responsibility for the programme which is administered by the Nordic Academy for Advanced Study (NordForsk).
* Information and
Links to research projects
Developers and suppliers
* Organisations Research institutions, networks, associations, research councils, etc.
Products Commercial products
Linguistic resources Dictionaries,corpora
Research systems Prototypes
NODALIDA 2007 Call for papers
First Swedish international LT conference
First book in Danish about Danish Language Technology
The proceedings from NODALIDA 2005 are now available
The latest (10th) edition of the "Compendium of translation software" is now available on the EAMT website
Try CST's online tools
Visit the web site of the Nordic Graduate School of Language Technology
Report from the NLTNet project about the possibilities to continue the Nordic documentation centres