Academic Year 2016 (June 2015 - June 2016)
Feasibility study in collision avoidance in Graphite (TX 19)
Khmer Script Line Breaking
Academic Year 2012 (June 2012 - May 2013)
Language Forge Prototype (CU 15)
LanguageForge Chorus Integration (CU 16)
WeSay 1.3 (CU 17)
WeSay 1.4 (CU 18)
WeSay 1.4 focused on user interface improvement. First it was reported that the list views used in a number of WeSay tasks select an item other than the one that was clicked in certain situations. This behavior was particularly confusing to WeSay's primary target audience which is those with limited computer skills. Secondly users requested an improved user interface for deleting senses in the “Dictionary browse and edit” task. We also improved WeSay's ability to limit words shown in the “Missing info” tasks. Underlying these changes was also a shift to the .Net 4 client framework which reduced the amount of third party downloads necessary to run Wesay and bring Wesay in line with the development of other linguistic tools.
Video Conference technologies for Distributed Conferences (CU 19)
The cost of travel, and time away from work and family is a significant cost, and barrier to attendance at conferences. This limits the sharing of knowledge. This project explores current technologies that are freely available and assesses their fitness for use in hosting a distributed 'virtual' conference.
ScriptureForge (CU 20)
Translation of large documents is a complex and time consuming task. The translation is typically performed by a core team working closely together. This project explores the possibilities of accelerating the translation task, not by getting more people involved in translation per se, but rather involving others in the tasks that suit their skill and their profile. Thereby freeing up the core translation team to focus more on translation.
Specifically this project aims to produce a website to facilitate the community checking phase of a translation project. Target outcomes are:
AngularJS Training (CU 21)
This project aims to share this knowledge gained with others that may benefit from this experience. Our target audience is other faculty and students within the university, and also attendees from the wider community in Chiangmai.
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