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Turkic languages – modern Turkish, Azerbaijani, Kazakh, Uzbek, Kyrgyz, Turkmen, Tatar etc. – form one of the largest language group and these languages are very close in morphological and syntactic levels. These languages have rich morphological structures (it is possible to form very large number of word-forms from a given stem by adding the rich set of… (More)
Azerbaijani (The Azerbaijani language) is one of the languages of Turkic group which are morphologically rich languages. While creating the machine translation (MT) system from Azerbaijani, it is not possible to create an MT dictionary consisted of all word-forms of Azerbaijani, because Azerbaijani is an agglutinative language and it is possible to generate… (More)
Any algorithm for speech recognition always has a procedure for comparison of an input signal with the etalons available in memory, for definition of its belongings to an appropriate class. In this paper the definition of the set of etalons for the 1st version of the Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) system for the Azerbaijani language is described.
Definition process of the active suffix chains of Azerbaijani (the Azerbaijani language) has been explained in this paper. Morphologically Azerbaijani word-forms consist of the stem and simple or compound suffixes (suffix chains). Because Azerbaijani is an agglutinative language the simple suffixes in this language can form the great number of suffix chains… (More)