Atomic: An open-source software platform for multi-level corpus annotation. Druskat, S.; Bierkandt, L.; Gast, V.; Rzymski, C.; and Zipser, F. October, 2014.
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Poster presented at 12th Konferenz zur Verarbeitung natürlicher Sprache (KONVENS 2014). Hildesheim, 9 October 2014. This paper presents Atomic, an open-source platform-independent desktop application for multi-level corpus annotation. Atomic aims at providing the linguistic community with a user-friendly annotation tool and sustainable platform through its focus on extensibility, a generic data model, and compatibility with existing linguistic formats. It is implemented on top of the Eclipse Rich Client Platform, a pluggable Java-based framework for creating client applications. Atomic - as a set of plugins for this framework - integrates with the platform and allows other researchers to develop and integrate further extensions to the software as needed. The generic graph.based meta model Salt serves as Atomic’s domain model and allows for unlimited annotation levels and types. Salt is also used as an intermediate model in the Pepper framework for conversion of linguistic data, which is fully integrated into Atomic, making the latter compatible with a wide range of linguistic formats. Atomic provides tools for both less experienced and expert annotators: graphical, mouse-driven editors and a command-line data manipulation language for rapid annotation.
@misc{druskat_atomic:_2014,
	address = {Hildesheim, Germany},
	type = {Poster},
	title = {Atomic: {An} open-source software platform for multi-level corpus annotation},
	copyright = {Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC-BY)},
	shorttitle = {Atomic},
	url = {http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.18248},
	abstract = {Poster presented at 12th Konferenz zur Verarbeitung natürlicher Sprache (KONVENS 2014). Hildesheim, 9 October 2014. This paper presents Atomic, an open-source platform-independent desktop application for multi-level corpus annotation. Atomic aims at providing the linguistic community with a user-friendly annotation tool and sustainable platform through its focus on extensibility, a generic data model, and compatibility with existing linguistic formats. It is implemented on top of the Eclipse Rich Client Platform, a pluggable Java-based framework for creating client applications. Atomic - as a set of plugins for this framework - integrates with the platform and allows other researchers to develop and integrate further extensions to the software as needed. The generic graph.based meta model Salt serves as Atomic’s domain model and allows for unlimited annotation levels and types. Salt is also used as an intermediate model in the Pepper framework for conversion of linguistic data, which is fully integrated into Atomic, making the latter compatible with a wide range of linguistic formats. Atomic provides tools for both less experienced and expert annotators: graphical, mouse-driven editors and a command-line data manipulation language for rapid annotation.},
	urldate = {2019-01-30},
	author = {Druskat, Stephan and Bierkandt, Lennart and Gast, Volker and Rzymski, Christoph and Zipser, Florian},
	month = oct,
	year = {2014},
	doi = {10.5281/zenodo.18248},
	keywords = {annotation, linguistics, open source, poster, software},
}
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