Kumiko Sakoda


KOTONOHA: A Corpus Concordance System for Skewer-Searching NINJAL Corpora
Teruaki Oka | Yuichi Ishimoto | Yutaka Yagi | Takenori Nakamura | Masayuki Asahara | Kikuo Maekawa | Toshinobu Ogiso | Hanae Koiso | Kumiko Sakoda | Nobuko Kibe
Proceedings of the Twelfth Language Resources and Evaluation Conference

The National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Japan (NINJAL, Japan), has developed several types of corpora. For each corpus NINJAL provided an online search environment, ‘Chunagon’, which is a morphological-information-annotation-based concordance system made publicly available in 2011. NINJAL has now provided a skewer-search system ‘Kotonoha’ based on the ‘Chunagon’ systems. This system enables querying of multiple corpora by certain categories, such as register type and period.