Here we offer a list of selected links to websites that may contain
information of relevance for the UTL project. They are grouped in two different
sections, and include a short commentary each.
On machine translation and computational linguistics:
On Esperanto, artificial languages and
- Virtual Esperanto Library. With
lots of links to esperanto-sites related with all kind of subjects. This
site is in Esperanto, but it has a multilingual section.
- Esperanto Access.
Another page with links to Esperanto sites with information about grammar,
courses, newsgroups, conferences, dictionaries... Maintained by Don
- International Auxiliary
Languages. A page maintained by James Chandler with interesting
information about several IALs.
- Plena Manlibro de
Esperanta Gramatiko, an Esperanto grammar on-line, by Bertil
Wennergren (in Esperanto).
- Logical Language Group, Inc.
Lojban is the name of the language supported by this group. Within it (and
also within its brother language Loglan) mathematics and linguistics shake
their hands. Although conceived initially to prove the Sapir-Whorf
hypothesis, lojbanists claim their language is suitable for matters of
logic, computation, and communication between humans and machines.
- What about artificial languages,
such as Esperanto. This section of sci.lang FAQ will give you a short,
general glimpse on the matter.
- O problema da Língua
Internacional. A well-written overview on interlinguistics by Alfredo
Maceira Rodríguez (in Portuguese).
- A Planned Auxiliary Language. Excerpts
from Henry Jacob's book (1947).
lernolibro de interlingvistiko. The online version of a book on
interlinguistics written in Esperanto by Vera Barandovska - Frank.
- Esperantic Studies Foundation.
A place about interlinguistics and esperantology.
- Lexical semantics, language
design, machine translation, and free strategy PBEM games. Rick
Morneau has written several interesting essays on language planning, and
his big (several hundred pages) "Lexical semantics", where he
describes the lines for an a-priori constructed language suitable for an
interlingua role in MT.
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