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About Michal Cukr
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Michal Cukr contributed a whooping 25 entries.
Entries by Michal Cukr
This is just to let you know that we updated our Service Level Agreement (see the 12th item). The number of requests per minute / hour / day is now limited. It won’t affect your regular work, but it should prevent some users from overloading our hardware. A similar policy is implemented also by Google and other large online service […]
Do you want to become a professional lexicographer or to learn about new trends in lexicography or meet other enthusiastic lexicographers from all over the world or all of these? Then join us in our masterclass workshop Lexicom, this year both in USA (June) and Europe (July). Register now at www.lexmasterclass.com!
Fully funded 3 year PhD studentship at the University of Brighton, applying techniques from computational lexicography (e.g. www.sketchengine.co.uk) to the biodiversity/evolutionary biology literature. For further information see: https://t.co/gqJfrVoiSD – official studentship announcement https://t.co/99lY7Fd8VH – additional information Deadline: 9 March 2016 Contacts: Admin – Sarah Longstaff (S.Longstaff@brighton.ac.uk, 01273 641105) Academic – Roger Evans (R.P.Evans@brighton.ac.uk, @rogerevansbton) University of […]
A few tips for terminologists Sketch Engine for terminologists
Sketch Engine interface is now available also in French, thanks to Zuzana Gábiková. Your feedback is most welcome!
Check out our webinar prepared for TermNet “Sketch Engine for translation and terminology”. The speaker is rather soporific but the presentation features some development news :) You can follow bookmarks in the video description.
Explore Sketch Engine in videos with James Thomas.
7th Sketch Engine Workshop will be at LREC 2016 in Portorož, Slovenia. We are looking forward to seeing you there!
Miloš Jakubíček will give a talk at the conference Translating and the Computer 37 on Thursday 26th November http://bit.ly/1PWBkmd
In the year 2016, two Lexicom courses will be held, one in the USA and one in Europe. The first U.S. course will take place at the University of Colorado Boulder from 6th to 10th June 2016. The second European course will take place at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna from 11th to 15th July […]
The Impact by UK academic Computer Science Research reports that four of the UK’s five biggest dictionary publishers use Sketch Engine. Apart from that, you can find many other dictionary publishers, universities, and language institutes where they use Sketch Engine. See the whole article (p. 8–11)
Are you Spanish native speaker or only prefer Spanish to English? Sketch Engine interface is now available also in Spanish. Thanks to Michal Cukr. Your feedback is most welcome!
Adam Kilgarriff Prize
Adam Kilgariff (1960-2015) was a British corpus linguist and founder of Lexical Computing, the company behind Sketch Engine. Adam devoted his whole life to research at the intersection of corpus linguistic, computational linguistics and lexicography.
To honour our brilliant and much-loved colleague, we established the Adam Kilgarriff Prize for outstanding work in the fields to which Adam contributed so much: corpus linguistics, computational linguistics, and lexicography.