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A sequence labeling approach to morphological analyzer for Tamil language

@inproceedings{Kumar2010ASL,
  title={A sequence labeling approach to morphological analyzer for Tamil language},
  author={M. A. Kumar and Dhanalakshmi and K. Soman and S. Rajendran},
  year={2010}
}
Morphological analysis is the basic process for any Natural Language Processing task. Morphology is the study of internal structure of the word. Morphological analysis retrieves the grammatical features and properties of a morphologically inflected word. Capturing the agglutinative structure of Tamil words by an automatic system is a challenging job. Generally rule based approaches are used for building morphological analyzer. In this paper we propose a novel approach to solve the morphological… Expand
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