Computational Morphology

@inproceedings{Trost2003ComputationalM,
  title={Computational Morphology},
  author={Harald Trost},
  year={2003}
}
Computational morphology deals with the processing of words and word forms, in both their graphemic, i.e., written form, and their phonemic, i.e., spoken form. It has a wide range of practical applications. Probably every one of you has already come across some of them. Ever used spelling correction? Or wondered about some strange hyphenation in a newspaper article? This is computational morphology at work. To solve such seemingly simple tasks often poses hard problems for a computer program… Expand
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