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2011 - 2012
MIR project

MIR project is global effort of creating language resources for the UNL Programme. Selected candidates, accredited to work, provide dictionary entries for the project MIR in over 10 different languages. The Armenian team has provided over 27'000 UNL-NL and NL dictionary entries in the scopes of the project.

September 28 - October 1 2009
UNL Workshop, in conjunction with CSIT 2009

Program of workshop included 1-day international symposium to discuss theoretical and technical issues on the basis of papers and demos, 3-day introductory seminar to UNL for people interested in knowing the UNL or expecting to start working on it.

2009 - 2010
"The Little Prince" and LIS Projects

The Armenian team initiated the following projects: translation of Antoine de Saint-Exupery's most famous book "The Little Prince" from the UNL into Eastern and Western Armenian Languages
LIS project for developing the Library Information System of the Library of Alexandria.

January 2008
UNL-EOLSS Project

The UNL Armenian team joined the UNL-EOLSS Project, for the development of rules and dictionaries for deconversion of 25 EOLSS articles into Armenian.

27 September 2007
UNL Session on CSIT 2007

A separate session presided by Dr. Hiroshi Uchida,Tokio, Japan was held in Tsakhkadzor and was dedicated to the UNL development .

2007
"Universal Networking Language" translated into Armenian

The book "Universal Networking Language" by Hiroshi Uchida, Meying Zhu, Tarcisio G. Della Senta is translated into Armenian

30 September 2006
First Version of Armenian Deconverter presented

A workshop was held, where the achievements were presented.

30 May 2006
Training in Geneva (phase II)

During this training some major aspects of enconversion were covered.

23 Nov 2005
Demonstration in WSIS 2005

The Armenian deconverter was among the UNL deconverters demonstrated. in The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Phase II, 16-18 November 2005, Tunis.

22 Oct 2005
Training in Geneva (phase I)

The training course mainly covered the UNL annotation of the NL texts. Some general issues were also discussed.



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