Suuch Solutions, established in 2003, is a Ghana-based technology consulting company.
We are competent at customizing and deploying open-source solutions in software and hardware. And we do it in the language of your choice.
Day 1 (Monday, 19 March 2007)
Presenter: Christiane Fellbaum
07:30 - 08:30 Registration and coffee
08:30 - 09:30 Welcome and introductions
09:30 - 10:30 Introduction to WordNet: Motivation and design. Synonymy and polysemy.
10:00 - 10:30 Tea break
10:30 - 12:30 WordNet lexicography, Synsets, semantic relations among nouns: synonymy, antonymy, hyponymy, meronymy; principles/rules and tests for classification
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 15:00 Semantic relations continued. Lexical gaps, artificial nodes
15:00 - 15:30 Tea break
This gathering will bring together leading researchers and practitioners from across Africa to develop a joint research agenda.
The main outcome of that meeting is to start a process of reinforcing a network of partners to conduct applied research on l10n issues in Africa.
The main objectives of the workshop are:
1. build a network of partners to conduct applied research on l10n issues in Africa;
2. design a research agenda for l10n in Africa that may include policy analysis and advice, standardization efforts, technical and practical concerns, etc.;
3. draft a proposal to IDRC for support of the network and research agenda;
Presented by Paa Kwesi Imbeah, Suuch Solutions, Ghana/University of Cambridge, UK
Presented by Henry Addo, Suuch Solutions
When the Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Fund for Medical Research at Yale University decided to move away from a paper-based grant application process to an online one from their February 2006 deadline, we helped them plan and implement their multi-year shift to a completely digitized format. The system we have built so far has the following capabilities:
- posting of a grant description with a deadline
- saved-session applications until deadline
- online review or offline downloads of submitted applications
- online review of submitted applications by a team of reviewers
We are currently building further reporting capabilities at each stage of the application, review and administration process into the system. The Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Fund provides graduate stipends for the furtherance of research into the causes, origin, and treatment of cancer.
Pout your lips.
Pout your lips some more.
f-e-e-a-y n-e-e-p-a, fie.nipa!
Traugott Wolako Dake,
kasahorow Communication Group
Suuch Solutions, 18 Amilcar Cabral Road, P O Box KA9286, Accra, Ghana
Phone: +233 (0)21 782 460
Fax: +233 (0)21 782 459
Websites: www.kasahorow.com and www.kasahorow.org
KASAHOROW.COM LAUNCHED TO REDUCE COMMUNICATION INEFFICIENCIES BETWEEN TRADITIONAL AND MODERN AFRICA
Accra, Ghana, March 30, 2006: On March 28, the kasahorow Communications Group was launched at www.kasahorow.com and www.kasahorow.org. The Group is a public service of Suuch Solutions and is the result of the kasahorow Localization Project which was incubated by The GhanaThink Foundation, an Africa-focused think-tank based in Ghana.
-To learn about The kasahorow Localization Project which we are involved in, please click here.
-To learn about an online application system we created, please click here.
-Suuch Solutions worked with the Kamusi Project Internet Living Swahili Dictionary to develop online learning tools. Please click here for more information.