Developing Morphological Analyzers for Four Indian Languages Using a Rule Based Affix Stripping Approach

@inproceedings{Parakh2011DevelopingMA,
  title={Developing Morphological Analyzers for Four Indian Languages Using a Rule Based Affix Stripping Approach},
  author={Mona Parakh},
  year={2011}
}
  • Mona Parakh
  • Published 2011
The present paper deals with the design and development of morphological analyzers for four Indian languages, viz., Assamese, Bengali, Bodo and Oriya. These analyzers are being developed using the Suffix Stripping Approach. The results of the first version of the analyzers using this approach are fairly encouraging. The coverage of the system is directly related to the size of the dictionary. As this is an ongoing work, we hope to expand and make the system more robust, by increasing the… CONTINUE READING

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