Modeling the Noun Morphology of Plains Cree

  title={Modeling the Noun Morphology of Plains Cree},
  author={Conor Snoek and Dorothy Thunder and Kaidi Loo and Antti Arppe and Jordan Lachler and Sjur N{\o}rsteb{\o} Moshagen and Trond Trosterud},
This paper presents aspects of a computational model of the morphology of Plains Cree based on the technology of finite state transducers (FST). The paper focuses in particular on the modeling of nominal morphology. Plains Cree is a polysynthetic language whose nominal morphology relies on prefixes, suffixes and circumfixes. The model of Plains Cree morphology is capable of handling these complex affixation patterns and the morphophonological alternations that they engender. Plains Cree is an… CONTINUE READING


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