Evanthia Petropoulou

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This paper attempts to participate in the ongoing discussion in search of a suitable model for the computational treatment of Greek morphology. Focusing on the unsupervised morphology learning technique, and particularly on the model of Linguistica by Goldsmith (2001), we attempt a computational treatment of specific word formation phenomena in Modern Greek(More)
The lexicon of several modern languages such as English, Italian, French, and German contains words which are composed of components corresponding to Ancient Greek and Latin words, but have not been borrowed from these ancient languages. The coverage of this part of the lexicon involves the recognition of the basic units, the description ofthe word(More)
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