Oslo Multilingual Corpus
Knut Hofland (Translation Corpus Aligner)
Jarle Ebeling (Translation Corpus Explorer, PerlTCE, and database development)
Lars Wilhelmsen (PerlTCE)
The following people have contributed to the compilation of the OMC (e.g. preparation of texts, proof-reading, alignment, programming):
Research assistants on the project Languages in Contrast:
Maria Filiouchkina Krave, research assistant (2004- ) (admin., preparation of texts, proof-reading, alignment, web admin.);
Wiebke Ramm, research assistant (2001-2002) (admin., preparation of texts, proof-reading, alignment, web admin.);
Torgrim Solstad, research assistant (1999-2001) (admin., preparation of texts, proof-reading, alignment, web admin.)
Co-workers on the OMC:
Jarle Ebeling, preparation of texts, proof-reading, alignment, programming;
Signe Oksefjell Ebeling, admin., preparation of texts, proof-reading, alignment, web admin.
Proof-readers on the OMC have mainly been: Terje Svardal (German), and Beate Trandem (French).
The Languages in Contrast project has initiated a collaboration with the Text Laboratory, University of Oslo, where Lars Nygaard, in particular, will contribute with programming and corpus development.
In addition mention must be made of all co-workers on the ENPC (before the OMC was launched), the English-Swedish Parallel Corpus (ESPC), and The Finnish-English Contrastive Corpus Studies (FECCS) Project.
At the moment there is no one working full-time developing and administering the OMC; questions or comments regarding the corpus can be directed to Professor Signe Oksefjell Ebeling.
First and foremost words of thanks are extended to the authors, translators, and publishers that have granted permission to use their works for the purpose of academic research. An overview of all the authors, translators, and publishers that have given such permission can be found on the web-pages of the individual sub-corpora.
As part of the project Languages in Contrast (SPRIK), the OMC has indirectly benefited financially from two sources; thanks are due to the Faculty of Arts, University of Oslo and the Norwegian Research Council (NFR).