MADAMIRA: A Fast, Comprehensive Tool for Morphological Analysis and Disambiguation of Arabic

  title={MADAMIRA: A Fast, Comprehensive Tool for Morphological Analysis and Disambiguation of Arabic},
  author={Arfath Pasha and Mohamed Al-Badrashiny and Mona T. Diab and Ahmed El Kholy and Ramy Eskander and Nizar Habash and Manoj Pooleery and Owen Rambow and Ryan Roth},
In this paper, we present MADAMIRA, a system for morphological analysis and disambiguation of Arabic that combines some of the best aspects of two previously commonly used systems for Arabic processing, MADA (Habash and Rambow, 2005; Habash et al., 2009; Habash et al., 2013) and AMIRA (Diab et al., 2007). MADAMIRA improves upon the two systems with a more streamlined Java implementation that is more robust, portable, extensible, and is faster than its ancestors by more than an order of… CONTINUE READING
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