OVI Seminar Series 2024, III

Drawing on a research tradition that goes back to the origins of electronic lexicography, the Opera del Vocabolario Italiano has developed, during its activity, models and tools for the creation and distribution of digital lexicographic resources. The seminar will illustrate the new digital system of the Treasury of the Italian Language of Origins (TLIO), developed on the Pluto system (Unique Lexicographic Platform of the Treasury of Origins). The Pluto platform, through a series of secondary implementations on different lexicographic projects, aims to strengthen the interoperability between dictionaries and the standardization of editorial processes for diachronic lexicography. Join us on Wednesday, April 10, 2024, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. ET.

Salvatore Arcidiacono is a researcher in Italian Linguistics at the University of Catania and research associate at the Institute of the CNR Opera del Vocabolario. He is deputy director of the Corpus ARTESIA (Ancient Sicilian Textual Archive) and of the Medieval Sicilian Vocabulary. His research interests include electronic lexicography, automatic text processing and digital philology.

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Art and HistoryCenter for Italian StudiesCollege of Arts and LettersDepartment of Romance LanguagesDigest181Salvatore ArcidiaconoUniversity of Notre Dame

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