[Vienna-pm] Fwd: Perl and Linguistic Graphs

Thomas Klausner domm at cpan.org
Mon May 1 23:46:12 PDT 2006

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From: giandomenico.sica at polimetrica.com
Subject: Perl and Linguistic Graphs
Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2006 19:14:24 +0200
To: domm at zsi.at

Dear Dr. Klausner,

I'm writing to you in order to ask if you can kindly distribute the following
announce to the Perl mailing lists which you've subscribed.
I'm developing a study about linguistic graphs and am looking  for a computer
scientist who can be interested in collaborating with me about this project.
Many thanks for the help and please accept my apologies for the unusual request.
Please feel free to contact me for any question.

All the best,
Giandomenico Sica


Call for Cooperation
An Atlas of Linguistic Graphs

I'm a researcher in graph theory and networks.
I'm working about a project connected with the theory and the applications of
linguistic graphs, which are mathematical structures useful to represent
languages and consequently to manage the organization of data in different
kinds of scientific fields.
At the present I'm developing an application of these graphs to medicine,
specifically related to the ontology of clinical diseases.
And now to the purpose of this message, which is to ask if someone in this list
can be interested in collaborating with me about the construction of an open
source software useful to represent, to analyse and to compare linguistic
I've developed the project but don't have the necessary programming skills to
proceed with the creation of the code.
The software would be distributed in public domain and the collaboration is free
and voluntary.
I really hope that someone can be interested.
In the case, please feel free to contact me by using my private e-mail address.
I'll be pleased to send the complete documentation related to the project.
Really many thanks.

All the best,
Giandomenico Sica

Faculty of Philosophy
Leiden University
giandomenico.sica at polimetrica.com


1st World Congress and School on Universal Logic

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