The LanguageLink server hosts a number of linguistic databases and resources, including the following:
The Typological Database System (TDS) provides an online interface to multiple independently developed typological databases, allowing unified queries supported by an integrated ontology.
The TDS project is scheduled to run until December 2009. It has been carried out by a research group of the Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics (LOT), with members representing the Universities of Amsterdam, Leiden, Nijmegen and Utrecht. The TDS project was funded by the Netherlands Organization of Scientific Research (NWO) and by the participating Universities.
The Anaphora Typology database of the Utrecht institute of Linguistics OTS. The Anaphora Typology project is surveying the binding properties of reflexives and reciprocals, which we refer to as local coreference strategies, or just strategies for short. This database is focused on reflexives, although some information is also provided on pronouns and reciprocals. The database is currently under construction, and only presents preliminary data from a few languages.
The Anaphora Typology database is part of the project The syntactic encoding of anaphoric relations, a Utrecht University research project.
The Topic-focus database is part of the project The typology of focus and topic: A new approach to the discourse-syntax interface, carried out at the University of Amsterdam. Only password-controlled access is granted at this time.
The Berlin-Utrecht Reciprocals Survey is the database server for the project A typology of reciprocal markers: Analysis and documentation, a collaboration between the Utrecht institute of Linguistics OTS and the Free University of Berlin.
The project has collected information on the syntactic and semantic properties of reciprocal constructions.
Please see the individual project pages for contact information. Alexis Dimitriadis has the general oversight of the server.