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Morphological Analysis

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Morphological Analysis is a central task in language processing that can take a word as input and detect the various morphological entities in the word and provide a morphological representation of it.

Source: Towards Finite-State Morphology of Kurdish

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Morphological Analyzer and Generator for Russian and Ukrainian Languages

25 Mar 2015kmike/pymorphy2

pymorphy2 is a morphological analyzer and generator for Russian and Ukrainian languages.

MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS

Towards Deep Learning in Hindi NER: An approach to tackle the Labelled Data Scarcity

31 Oct 2016monikkinom/ner-lstm

In this paper we describe an end to end Neural Model for Named Entity Recognition NER) which is based on Bi-Directional RNN-LSTM.

MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS NAMED ENTITY RECOGNITION

Juman++: A Morphological Analysis Toolkit for Scriptio Continua

EMNLP 2018 ku-nlp/jumanpp

We present a three-part toolkit for developing morphological analyzers for languages without natural word boundaries.

ART ANALYSIS LANGUAGE MODELLING MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS PART-OF-SPEECH TAGGING TOKENIZATION

Neural Factor Graph Models for Cross-lingual Morphological Tagging

ACL 2018 chaitanyamalaviya/NeuralFactorGraph

Morphological analysis involves predicting the syntactic traits of a word (e. g. {POS: Noun, Case: Acc, Gender: Fem}).

MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS MORPHOLOGICAL TAGGING

Data-Driven Morphological Analysis and Disambiguation for Morphologically Rich Languages and Universal Dependencies

COLING 2016 habeanf/yap

Parsing texts into universal dependencies (UD) in realistic scenarios requires infrastructure for the morphological analysis and disambiguation (MA{\&}D) of typologically different languages as a first tier.

MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS

Finite State Transducer based Morphology analysis for Malayalam Language

Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Technologies for MT of Low Resource Languages 2019 smc/mlmorph

This paper presents a finite state transducer approach to morphology analyser and generator for Malayalam language, an agglutinative, inflectional Dravidian language spoken by 38 million people, mainly by people from Kerala, India.

LOW RESOURCE NAMED ENTITY RECOGNITION MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS MORPHOLOGICAL INFLECTION NAMED ENTITY RECOGNITION SPELLING CORRECTION