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-====== Lazy ======+==== Lazy ====
  
 +Lazy is a language and system to create sophisticated hypertext views over semantic web endpoints and relational databases.
  
-Lazy is a language and system to create sophisticated hypertext views over semantic web linked data and relational databases. It can also be used to prototype web applications. +Unlike systems/​languages like PHP, Java/JSP, Ruby/Rails, ..., Lazy is declarative. There is no imperative programming required to create HTML or XML documents on top of existing data. A Lazy specification is simply a set of node schemas that exactly reflects the desired ​hypertextual structure ​and specifies the data selection (from one or several endpoints or databases). In addition to the standard hypertext links (reference links), Lazy introduces inclusion (translusion) links (to construct complex node contents) and "​expand-in-place"​ links.
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-Unlike systems/​languages like PHP, Java/JSP, Ruby/Rails, ..., Lazy is declarative. There is no imperative programming required to create HTML or XML documents on top of existing data. A Lazy specification is simply a set of node schemas that exactly reflects the hypertextual structure. In addition to the standard hypertext links (reference links), Lazy introduces inclusion (translusion) links (to construct complex node contents) and "​expand-in-place"​ links.+
  
 The Lazy system is composed of: The Lazy system is composed of:
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 Lazy has been developed at the Centre Universitaire d'​informatique by the Information system interface (ISI) research group. It is now available as a free software package. Lazy has been developed at the Centre Universitaire d'​informatique by the Information system interface (ISI) research group. It is now available as a free software package.
  
-The system can be downloaded at [[http://​cui.unige.ch/​isi/​lazy/​download/​lazy.war]]. The README files provides installation instructions.+=== Download === 
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 +[[http://​cui.unige.ch/​isi/​lazy/​download/​lazy.war]] ​(uncompress with //jar -xvf laz.war//). The README files provides installation instructions. 
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 +==== Olanto Software ==== 
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 +The ISI/ICLE research group actively participated in the development of language-related tools 
 +  * a concordancer (Bitext-based search engine) 
 +  * a terminology database management system 
 +  * an expression explorer within parallel corpora; 
 +  * a translation memory management system. 
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 +These tools are now hosted and managed by the [[http://​olanto.org/​|Olanto foundation]] 
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