Learning Hebrew Roots: Machine Learning with Linguistic Constraints

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The morphology of Semitic languages is unique in the sense that the major word-formation mechanism is an inherently non-concatenative process of interdigitation, whereby two morphemes, a root and a pattern, are interwoven. Identifying the root of a given word in a Semitic language is an important task, in some cases a crucial part of morphological analysis… (More)

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