Linguistically inspired morphological inflection with a sequence to sequence model

Inflection is an essential part of every human language's morphology, yet little effort has been made to unify linguistic theory and computational methods in recent years. Methods of string manipulation are used to infer inflectional changes; our research question is whether a neural network would be capable of learning inflectional morphemes for inflection production in a similar way to a human in early stages of language acquisition... (read more)

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