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Arabic Computational Morphology: Knowledge-Based and Empirical Methods
by Abdelhadi Soudi , Günter Neumann , Dan Roth, Alexander Clark, Erwin Marsi, Nizar Habash, Ali Farghaly, Antal van den Bosch , more…Ezra Daya, Shuly Wintner, Mona Diab, Kadri Hacioglu, Leah S. Larkey, Lisa Ballesteros, Margaret E. Connell, Kareem Darwish, Douglas W. Oard, Ahmed Guessoum, Rached Zantout, Timothy Buckwalter, Lynne Cahill, Salah R. Al-Najem, Violetta Cavalli-Sforza, Joseph Dichy …less
This is the first comprehensive overview of computational approaches to Arabic morphology. The subtitle aims to reflect that widely different computational approaches to the Arabic morphological system have been proposed. The book provides a showcase of the most advanced language technologies applied to one of the most vexing problems in linguistics. It covers ...more
Hardcover, 308 pages
Published September 11th 2007 by Springer
(first published January 1st 2007)
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Dec 04, 2011 David rated it really liked it
This book is a collection of fifteen papers about Arabic computational morphology, with specific topics ranging from Arabic script processing and transliteration to morphological analysis. There is a good overview of the current state of the art, with papers covering supervised and unsupervised machine learning, stemming, information retrieval, etc. It's really a survey of the field, with little organization, and depending on your needs, you'll probably find only a few of the papers useful.