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The Institute for Dutch Lexicology (INL) is a Dutch-Flemish research institute, striving towards a complete collection of Dutch words in their natural contexts. TASKS: 1) the collection and construction of historic and contemporary basic materials Dutch, such as corpora, dictionaries, lexica and linguistic tools; 2) the description of the vocabulary in terms of old and new, general and specific, of various linguistic features, intended for both human users and for applications in the field of language and speech technology; 3) the acquisition, technical management, content management, maintenance and access of all basic materials for the Dutch language through one central portal; 4) the development of modern tools for the collection, construction, description, linking and integration, management, maintenance, access, consultation and access of the basic materials, and the development of tools for and standards of evaluation. (Excerpt from this source)
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