An Open-Source Finite State Morphological Transducer for Modern Standard Arabic

@inproceedings{Attia2011AnOF,
  title={An Open-Source Finite State Morphological Transducer for Modern Standard Arabic},
  author={Mohammed Attia and Pavel Pecina and Antonio Toral and Lamia Tounsi and Josef van Genabith},
  booktitle={FSMNLP},
  year={2011}
}
We develop an open-source large-scale finitestate morphological processing toolkit (AraComLex) for Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) distributed under the GPLv3 license.1 The morphological transducer is based on a lexical database specifically constructed for this purpose. In contrast to previous resources, the database is tuned to MSA, eliminating lexical entries no longer attested in contemporary use. The database is built using a corpus of 1,089,111,204 words, a pre-annotation tool, machine… CONTINUE READING
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