The Classical Language Toolkit (CLTK) offers natural language processing support for Classical languages. In some areas, it extends the NLTK.
- compile analysis-friendly corpora in a variety of Classical languages (currently available for Chinese, Coptic, Greek, Latin, and Pali);
- gather, improve, and generate linguistic data required for NLP (Greek and Latin are in progress, with more in the pipeline);
- develop a free and open platform for generating reproducible, scientific research that advances the study of the languages and literatures of the ancient world.
- Neil Coffee, University at Buffalo (Associate Professor of Classics); Tesserae (Principal Investigator)
- Gregory Crane, Universität Leipzig (Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities), Tufts University (Professor of Classics); Perseus (Editor–in–Chief) and Open Philology (Director)
- Peter Meineck, New York University (Associate Professor of Classics); Aquila Theatre (Founder), Ancient Greeks/Modern Lives (Founder, Director)
- Leonard Muellner, Brandeis University (Professor Emeritus of Classical Studies); Center for Hellenic Studies (Director of Publications, Information Technology and Libraries)