Jonathan Washington

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This paper describes the development of a free/open-source finite-state morphological transducer for Kyrgyz. The transducer has been developed for morphological generation for use within a prototype Turkish→Kyrgyz machine translation system, but has also been extensively tested for analysis. The finite-state toolkit used for the work was the Helsinki(More)
UiT Norgga árktalaš universitehta 9019 Romsa (Norway) Abstract This paper describes the development of free/open-source finite-state morphological transducers for three Turkic languages—Kazakh, Tatar, and Kumyk—representing one language from each of the three commonly distinguished sub-branches of the Kypchak branch of Turkic. The finite-state toolkit used(More)
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