the service is a speech processing service
TTNWW integrates and makes available existing Language Technology (LT) software components for the Dutch language that have been developed in the STEVIN and CGN projects. The LT components are made available as web-services in a simplified workflow system that enables researchers without much technical background to use standard LT workflow recipes. The web services are available in two separate domains: "Text" and "Speech" processing. The TTNWW services have been created in a Dutch and Flemish collaboration project building on the results of past Dutch and Flemish projects. The web services are partly deployed in the SURF-SARA BiG-Grid cloud or at CLARIN centres in the Netherlands and at CLARIN VL University partners.
The Digital Curation Service (DCS) was a CLARIN task force responsible for the curation of several language resources that were not available on-line and/or endangered without a proper documentation context (adding CMDI metadata etc.). The DCS has curated these data and made them available by depositing them at different CLARIN centra for inclusion in the CLARIN domain.
The Transcription Quality Evaluation tool can be used to check the quality of phonetic transcription. The only thing the researcher has to do is upload pairs of files consisting of an audio file and a transcription file. After uploading he’ll receive an e-mail with the matching output.
The AAM-LR web service helps researchers to annotate audio- and video-recordings. At the top level the service marks the time intervals at which specific persons in the recording are speaking. In addition, the service provides a global phonetic annotation, using language independent phone models and phonetic features. Speech is separated from speaker noises such as laughing. The output of the web service is fed into the ELAN/ANNEX editor, to facilitate further manual annotation. The annotations conform to ISOCat and potential new categories were added to ISOCat.