Northwestern University Information Technology
MorphAdorner was designed, implemented, and documented by Philip R. "Pib" Burns of Academic and Research Technologies, Northwestern University. MorphAdorner was partially funded by grants from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for WordHoard and Monk, and by ProQuest and the CIC Universities for the Virtual Orthographic Standardization project. Martin Mueller, Professor of English and Classics, was the faculty sponsor for these projects.
The development of MorphAdorner v2.0 also received further support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Center for Library Inititatives at the CIC, the Ford Center for Global Citizenship at Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management, the Northwestern University Library, and Proquest.
|Announcements and News
|Announcements and news about changes to MorphAdorner
|Documentation for using MorphAdorner
|Downloading and installing the MorphAdorner client and server software
|Glossary of MorphAdorner terms
|Natural language processing references
|Licenses for MorphAdorner and Associated Software
|Online examples of MorphAdorner Server facilities.
|Slides from talks about MorphAdorner.
|Technical information for programmers using MorphAdorner
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