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Title: Lexical markup framework : an ISO standard for electronic lexicons and its implications for Asian languages
Authors: Gil, F
Huang, CR 
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Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Springer
Source: Lexicography, 2014, v. 1, no. 1, p. 37-51 How to cite?
Journal: Lexicography 
Abstract: Lexical markup framework (LMF) is the ISO standard for representing machine-readable dictionaries (MRD) and natural language-processing lexicons. The formal specification has been officially published in 2008 under the reference ISO-24613:2008 after a 5-year study and series of meetings gathering 60 lexicon managers and linguists coming from various cultures and languages. The ISO document contains a formal specification under the form of a Unified Modeling Language accompanied with a selection of examples of word description in Asian, European, Semitic and Turkish languages. Afterward, the model has been applied to a couple of African languages. In this current text, after a brief introduction of LMF, we present some difficult challenges which are required to represent a selection of Asian languages, especially in the context of dictionaries in general and MRD in particular.
ISSN: 2197-4292 (print)
2197-4306 (online)
DOI: 10.1007/s40607-014-0006-z
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