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Applied morphological processing of English

  • GUIDO MINNEN (a1) (a2), JOHN CARROLL (a1) and DARREN PEARCE (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1351324901002728
  • Published online: 01 August 2001
Abstract

We describe two newly developed computational tools for morphological processing: a program for analysis of English inflectional morphology, and a morphological generator, automatically derived from the analyser. The tools are fast, being based on finite-state techniques, have wide coverage, incorporating data from various corpora and machine readable dictionaries, and are robust, in that they are able to deal effectively with unknown words. The tools are freely available. We evaluate the accuracy and speed of both tools and discuss a number of practical applications in which they have been put to use.

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