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The Karamel system and semitic languages: structured multi-tiered morphology

Abstract : Karamel is a system for finite-state morphology which is multi-tape and uses a typed Cartesian product to relate tapes in a structured way. It implements statically compiled feature structures. Its language allows the use of regular expressions and Generalized Restriction rules to define multi-tape transducers. Both simultaneous and successive application of local constraints are possible. This system is interesting for describing rich and structured morphologies such as the morphology of Semitic languages
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François Barthélemy. The Karamel system and semitic languages: structured multi-tiered morphology. Semitic '09 - EACL 2009 Workshop on Computational Approaches to Semitic Language, Mar 2009, Athènes, Greece. ⟨hal-00793007⟩



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