A list of useful links.
I will add more interesting links as time goes by.
- My ORCID page
- My Linkedin profile
- My ResearchGate profile
- My Academia.edu profile
- My Google Scholar profile
- My Github profile
- The Department of South African Sign Language and Deaf Studies at the University of the Free State where I am currently a research fellow and developer.
- The Department of Geography at the University of South Africa where I am currently working on a terminology web application.
- Past employers:
- University of South Africa, Pretoria (UNISA; 2014-2019)
- University of Groningen, The Netherlands, where I obtained my PhD in 2013 (RuG; 2008-2012).
- North-West University, Potchefstroom (NWU; 2006-2008)
- My former research institute at the RuG, the Centre for Language and Cognition (CLCG)
- Lingua::Align is a collection of command-line tools for automatic tree and word alignment of parallel corpora. The main developer was Jörg Tiedemann, my former supervisor at the RuG, and is free to download. My PhD thesis includes experiments involving this toolbox, as well as the transformation-based learning tree alignment system TBLign designed by myself, which was also used to improve existing tree alignment through its error-correction mechanism.
- My former co-researcher (and co-author at a few occasions) at Unisa, Friedel Wolff, is a computer scientist with interests in natural language processing, machine learning and artificial intelligence. He has a website and blog that you can find here.
- Colleagues of mine at the RuG in Groningen have written a series of games to help construct a large-scale semantic corpus of English. This resource is intended to teach computers to learn to understand English better, with useful and practical applications in everyday life. Visit Wordrobe for more.
- My brother and sister-in-law, Louis and Marina, have written two e-books on the life lessons they have learned from traveling in Japan and from their dogs! The books are also available in audio format. You can support them here.
- Thanks to a guy called Zan for designing this HTML template and making it possible for others like me to use it at no cost.