Creating derivational morphology links in Wordnet Bahasa

@inproceedings{Rosman2014CreatingDM,
  title={Creating derivational morphology links in Wordnet Bahasa},
  author={Muhammad Zulhelmy Bin Mohd Rosman},
  year={2014}
}
Derivational morphology links are created for the Wordnet Bahasa, a combined Indonesian and Malay online lexical dictionary (Nurril Hirfana, Suerya, & Bond, 2011). The focus was to link root words to affixed words as affixation is one of the more apparent word formation processes in Bahasa Melayu. MorphInd, an Indonesian morphological analyser (Larasati, Kubon, & Zeman, 2011), is used to breakdown affixed words into their root form and affixes. Using Python 2.7 with NLTK, a raw mapping is done… CONTINUE READING

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