Stemming The Qur'an

@inproceedings{Thabet2004StemmingTQ,
  title={Stemming The Qur'an},
  author={Naglaa Thabet},
  year={2004}
}
In natural language, a stem is the morphological base of a word to which affixes can be attached to form derivatives. Stemming is a process of assigning morphological variants of words to equivalence classes such that each class corresponds to a single stem. Different stemmers have been developed for a wide range of languages and for a variety of purposes. Arabic, a highly inflected language with complex orthography, requires good stemming for effective text analysis. Preliminary investigation… CONTINUE READING
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