Links to relevant sites

  1. All IT-Standards in Thailand at NECTEC website - get all TISI standards on IT here.
  2. ISO/IEC Standards Document hundreds of documents for free (Copyright ISO)
  3. ISO/IEC JTC1 Joint Technical Committee of the ISO and the IEC
  4. ISO/IEC ITTF The Information Technology Task Force
  5. Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development, Mahidol University at Salaya

Full Standard Documents

  1. Thai Unicode Code Charts, for character names, codes, etc.
  2. ISO/IEC 10646 Universal Character Set — Full document (English)
  3. ISO/IEC 23360 Linux Standard Base Core Specifications 3.1 — Parts 1 to 8
  4. ISO/IEC 26300:2006 Open Document Format for Office Applications
  5. ISO 11940-1998 Information and documentation — Transliteration of Thai characters into Latin characters
  6. ISO 11940-2:2007 Information and documentation — Transliteration of Thai characters into Latin characters — Part 2: Simplified transcription of Thai language
  7. ISO/IEC TR 19759:2005 Guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge
  8. CSS Text Level 3 (W3C Working Draft)
  9. HTML 5 (W3C Editor's Draft)

Technical Reports, Research Papers

  1. Thai Input and Output Methods (WTT 2.0, later become TISI 1566-2541)
  2. Standardization and Implementations of Thai Language Overview (presentation)
  3. มาตรฐานที่ควรพิจารณาสําหรับการกําหนดคุณสมบัติคอมพิวเตอร สมอ. (overview of related Thai computing standards - in Thai)
  4. SAMPA for Thai
  5. NECTEC phonetic definition derived from Linguistics department, CU, to be used in speech processing research.
  6. Surapant Meknavin and Boonserm Kijsirikul, 2000. "Thai Grapheme-To-Phoneme Conversion".
  7. Pongthai Tarsaku, Virach Sornlertlamvanich, Rachod Thongprasirt, 2001. "Thai grapheme-to-phoneme using PGLR parser".
  8. ISO 11940 - Transliteration of Thai characters into Latin characters Wikipedia
  9. Input Method for Thai Language on Mobile Phones H2O

Linguistic Resources

  1. Thai Language Information by NECTEC - ข้อมูลพื้นฐานภาษาไทย has Thai word/character/n-gram frequencies
  2. Shared Language Resources - by Thai Human Language Technology Alliance
  3. Thai word frequencies by Center for Research in Computational Linguistics, Bangkok


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Languages Using Thai Script

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