Unsupervised Learning Of Derivational Morphology From Inflectional Lexicons

@inproceedings{Gaussier1999UnsupervisedLO,
  title={Unsupervised Learning Of Derivational Morphology From Inflectional Lexicons},
  author={Eric Gaussier},
  year={1999}
}
We present in this paper an unsupervised method to learn suffixes and suffixation operations from an inflectional lexicon of a language. The elements acquired with our method are used to build stemming procedures and can assist lexicographers in the development of new lexical resources. 1 Introduction Development of electronic morphological resources has undergone several decades of research. The first morphologicM analyzers focussed on inflectional processes (inflection, for English, mainly… CONTINUE READING
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