Computing with Realizational Morphology

@inproceedings{Karttunen2003ComputingWR,
  title={Computing with Realizational Morphology},
  author={Lauri Karttunen},
  booktitle={CICLing},
  year={2003}
}
The theory of realizational morphology presented by Stump in his influential book Inflectional Morphology (2001) describes the derivation of inflected surface forms from underlying lexical forms by means of ordered blocks of realization rules. The theory presents a rich formalism for expressing generalizations about phenomena commonly found in the morphological systems of natural languages. This paper demonstrates that, in spite of the apparent complexity of Stump’s formalism, the system as a… CONTINUE READING