XVII International Congress of Linguists
Prague, Czech Republic, July 24-29, 2003

Accepted contributions for the workshop 11:
Databases in Typological and Cross-Linguistic Research

  1. Bickel, Balathasar & Nichols, Johanna: Autotype: Developing an international network of typological linguistic databases
  2. Brown, Dunstan & Corbett, Grev: Qualitative typological databases: the Surrey experience
  3. Dimitriadis, Alexis: An introduction to database design for typology
  4. Dunn, Michael & Levinson, Stephen: Large multimedia and text databases for investigating the non-Austronesian languages of New Britain, New Ireland, Bougainville and the Solomons
  5. Elsik, Viktor & Matras, Yaron: A Morphosyntactic database of Romani dialects
  6. Everaert, Martin: The use of databases in linguistic theorizing
  7. Gast, Volker & Koenig, Ekkehard: A typological database of intensifiers and reflexives
  8. Hurch, Bernhard & Mattes, Veronika: The Graz Database on Reduplication
  9. Musgrave, Simon & van Halteren, Hans & Muysken, Pieter: The Spinoza Areal Database
  10. Wittenburg, Peter: The management of language resources