Towards an Integrated Architecture for Composite Language Services and Multiple Linguistic Processing Components

Arif Bramantoro, Ulrich Schäfer, Toru Ishida

In: 7th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation. International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC-2010) May 19-21 Valletta Malta Seiten 3506-3511 ISBN 2-9517408-6-7 European Language Resources Association (ELRA) 5/2010.


Web services are increasingly being used in the natural language processing community as a way to increase the interoperability amongst language resources. This paper extends our previous work on integrating two different platforms, i.e. Heart of Gold and Language Grid. The Language Grid is an infrastructure built on top of the Internet to provide distributed language services. Heart of Gold is known as middleware architecture for integrating deep and shallow natural language processing components. The new feature of the integrated architecture is the combination of composite language services in the Language Grid and the multiple linguistic processing components in Heart of Gold to provide a better quality of language resources available on the Web. Thus, language resources with different characteristics can be combined based on the concept of service oriented computing with different treatment for each combination. Having Heart of Gold fully integrated in the Language Grid environment would contribute to the heterogeneity of language services.


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