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Murrinh-Patha Complex Verbs : Syntactic Theory and Computational Implementation

@inproceedings{Seiss2013MurrinhPathaCV,
  title={Murrinh-Patha Complex Verbs : Syntactic Theory and Computational Implementation},
  author={M. Seiss},
  year={2013}
}
  • M. Seiss
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • away from the surface realization. In order to achieve such a morphological analysis, a morphological analyzer needs to be implemented which can handle the long distance dependencies and the phonological rules that apply. Such a morphological analyzer was implemented using the Xerox finite-state technology tools xfst and lexc (Beesley & Karttunen 2003). This system has been used because it offers a wide range of inbuilt mechanisms to handle complex cases such as those found in the Murrinh-Patha… CONTINUE READING
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