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terça-feira, 1 de maio de 2012

Israeli scholars set out to compile the ultimate Hebrew dictionary


Haaretz (10/04/2012): Israeli scholars set out to compile the ultimate Hebrew dictionary: Coordinator of the Historical Dictionary of the Hebrew Language says humans, not computers are needed, since they can reach 'dark and complicated corners.' (…) The digitization of old texts has become fairly common - for instance, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem recently announced it was expanding the digital version of its Einstein archives - but, in something of a switch for the Internet era, the Historical Dictionary of the Hebrew Language is aiming for greater comprehensiveness than researchers say computers can yield. (…) Though this massive historical dictionary could take another generation to complete, it will become accessible to the general public online within a few months if the language academy receives the necessary funding. Until now the database has been open only to researchers and subscribers. >>> Leia mais, clique aqui.

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