This book presents a tractable computational model that can cope with complex morphological operations especially in semitic languages and less complex morphological systems present in western languages. Computational nonlinear morphology with emphasis on semitic languages studies in natural language processing george anton kiraz on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers by the late 1970s phonologists and later morphologists had departed from a linear approach for describing morphophonological operations to a nonlinear one. Computational morphology is a subfield of computational linguistics also called natural language processing or language engineering computational morphology concerns itself with computer applications that analyze words in a given text such as determining whether a given word is a verb or a noun. Computational nonlinear morphology aims at presenting a computational system that counters the development in linguistics it provides a detailed computational analysis of the complex morphophonological phenomena found in semitic languages based on linguistically motivated models. Computational linguistics volume 28 number 4 computational nonlinear morphology with emphasis on semitic languages george anton kiraz beth mardutho the syriac institute cambridge cambridge university press studies in natural language processing edited by branimir boguraev and steven bird 2001 xxi 171 pp hardbound isbn 0 521 63196 3
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