Difference between revisions of "Historical Transliteration Tool"

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==Example==
==Example==


* Parameters include method, ruleset, token, resp(onse-format)
* Parameters include method, ruleset, token, output(-format)
* example query: <code>http://pdr.bbaw.de/pdrws/g2l?ruleset=en19&method=greekToLatin&token=Φιλόξενος&resp=xml</code>
* example query: <code>http://pdr.bbaw.de/pdrws/g2l?ruleset=en19&method=greekToLatin&token=Φιλόξενος&output=xml</code>
* response: <code><result method="greekToLatin" ruleset="en19" token="Φιλόξενος">Philoxenus</result></code>
* response: <code><result method="greekToLatin" ruleset="en19" token="Φιλόξενος">Philoxenus</result></code>



Revision as of 09:58, 11 October 2010

G2L is a web service that currently provides transliteration of single greek tokens to latin. Its aim is to make this possible in a flexible way by using choosable rulesets which implement spatial and temporal differences. It is developed by Fabian Körner (BBAW) and Gabriel Bodard (KCL) and hosted by the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Science and Humanities.

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Fuller documentation at address above.