Tools for Optimality Theory
OTKit is a set of tools for Optimality Theory, a linguistic model widely used today. (Being) developed by Tamás Biró, currently a postdoc researcher at the University of Amsterdam, it aims at supporting both research and education in the field of linguistics and computational linguistics.
Current version: 1.2.0 (15 Jun 2010)
To run the OTKit interface, you need Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.6. Most probably, it is already installed on your computer. Yet, if OTKit does not run, click here to download it. It (should) work on any platform with Java (including Windows, Linux/Unix and Macintosh).
For Java programmers, download the OTKit library:
Feedback, suggestion and criticism are very welcome to
|June 3, 2010: Version 1.1 published.
Metrical phonology (foot structure and stress) included: Gen, Base,
Robust Interpretive Parsing (RIP), constraints on foot types and
(gradient and quantized) alignment, etc. Downloadable example universe
for metrical stress in the help menu and metrical phonology-related
options. Please let me know what else you need (such as weight-dependent
iambic/trochaic constraints, binarity based on moraic structure?).|
Poster presented on TABU Day, in Groningen.