A Python Library for Historical Comparative Linguistics

Steven Moran 1, * Johann-Mattis List 2
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1 Quantitative Language Comparison
LMU - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Abstract : In this talk we will discuss a European Research Council funded collaborative effort to build a Python library for undertaking academic research in historical-comparative linguistics. Our aim of implementing quantitative methods, specifically in Python, is to transform historical-comparative linguistics from a primarily handcrafted scientific scholarly endeavor, performed by individual researchers, into a quantitative and collaborative field of research, involving linguists, mathematicians and computer scientists.
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Steven Moran, Johann-Mattis List. A Python Library for Historical Comparative Linguistics. Euroscipy 2012, Aug 2012, Brussels, Belgium. ⟨hprints-00758536⟩

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