Commit cd936aeb authored by Nicolas Sannier's avatar Nicolas Sannier
Browse files

no message

parent 5d601c35
......@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
Open ARMLET (Automated Retrieval of Metadata in Legal Texts) is the open source version of ARMLET, a framework aimed, in this version, at retrieving structural metadata, e.g., titles, chapters, articles, paragraphs, alineas as well as cross-references from legal texts, more specifically legislative acts.
The goal of the ARMLET project is to provide a configuratble framework for automated extraction of legal metadata from legal texts to support activities on legal texts such as open data, legal search, legal compliance checking legal data management and targets more particularly the conversion of legislative texts from doc(x) or PDF to XML for open and transparent legislative data
The goal of the ARMLET project is to provide a configurable framework for automated extraction of legal metadata from legal texts to support activities on legal texts such as open data, legal search, legal compliance checking legal data management and targets more particularly the conversion of legislative texts from doc(x) or PDF to XML for open and transparent legislative data
This project has been developed over the years at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust from the University of Luxembourg, in collaboration with the Central Legislative Service (Service central de législation) from the Ministry of State of Luxembourg.
In particular, ARMLET has been developed, tested and improved over several legislative acts, including codes, laws and regulations.
......@@ -21,8 +21,8 @@ Acknowledged co-inventors (by alphabetical order):
- Nicolas Sannier (sanniver@svv.lu)
- Virgil Tassan (virgil.tassan@gmail.com)
ARMLET is released under licenced under the GNU Library General Public License, version 3 of June 2007 (referred to as "the License" below). Please consider a careful reading of the licence file in the project.
We make use of several of 3rd-party tools which are licenced separately, but these licences are compatible with the license.
ARMLET is released under licensed under the GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE, version 3 of June 2007 (referred to as "the License" below). Please consider a careful reading of the licence file (licence.html) in the project.
We make use of several of 3rd-party tools which are licensed separately, but these licences are compatible with the license.
In particular, we use the NLP framework Gate (http://gate.ac.uk), also available under LGPL 3 licence.
# Folder Organization
......
Markdown is supported
0% or .
You are about to add 0 people to the discussion. Proceed with caution.
Finish editing this message first!
Please register or to comment