Browsing by Subject "morphological analysis"

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  • Koskenniemi, Kimmo (The Association for Computational Linguistics, 1984)
    A language independent model for recognition and production of word forms is presented. This "two-level model" is based on a new way of describing morphological alternations. All rules describing the morphophonological variations are parallel and relatively independent of each other. Individual rules are implemented as finite state automata, as in an earlier model due to Martin Kay and Ron Kaplan. The two-level model has been implemented as an operational computer programs in several places. A number of operational two-level descriptions have been written or are in progress (Finnish, English, Japanese, Rumanian, French, Swedish, Old Church Slavonic, Greek, Lappish, Arabic, Icelandic). The model is bidirectional and it is capable of both analyzing and synthesizing word-forms.
  • Yli-Jyrä, Anssi Mikael (Northern European Association for Language Technology, 2011)
    NEALT Proceedings Series
    The paper reconceptualizes Constraint Grammar as a framework where the rules refine the compact representations of local ambiguity while the rule conditions are matched against a string of feature vectors that summarize the compact representations. Both views to the ambiguity are processed with pure finite-state operations. The compact representations are mapped to feature vectors with the aid of a rational power series. This magical interconnection is not less pure than a prevalent interpretation that requires that the reading set provided by a lexical transducer is magically linearized to a marked concatenation of readings given to pure transducers. The current approach has several practical benefits, including the inward deterministic way to compute, represent and maintain all the applications of the rules in the sentence.
  • Koskenniemi, Kimmo (CSLI publications, 2019)
    CSLI Lecture Notes
  • Linden, Krister ([s.n.], 2005)