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This paper describes the differences between Uyghur (spoken in Sin Kiang, China) and Turkish Grammar on the sentence level. There are not many researches about natural language processing on Turkic languages except than Turkish. Uyghur language is one of the old and rich language in the Turkic language family. Even though both of these languages belong to(More)
In this paper, we present a rule based model for morphological disambiguation of Uyghur language. Morphological ambiguity is a challenging problem for agglutinative languages. Because there is a possibility a word takes unlimited number of suffixes. If that language has more suffixes, then the ambiguity problem gets more complex. Uyghur language is one of(More)
  • Murat Orhun
  • 2011
This paper describes some important properties of Uyghur multiword expressions (MWEs). MWEs are significantly difficult to handle in any languages for natural language processing. There are many sub-fields in natural language studies such as automatic word correction, sentence correction, sentence fragmentation, machine translation, bilingual MWEs alignment(More)
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