APMorph Finite-state transducer for Amazigh Pronominal Morphology

ammari rachid, lahbib zenkouar


The aim of this work is to present an APMorph, Pronominal Morphology of amazigh language based on Xerox’s Finite-State Transducer (XFST). Our morphological analyzer/generator revolves around a large lexicon “APlex” including the affixed pronoun to the noun and to the verb, and a set of rules covering the morphotactic and morphological phenomena observed in standard amazigh pronoun.
The implementation and the evaluation of our approach will be detailed within this article. The use of XFST remains a relevant choice in the sense that this platform allows both analysis and generation. The robustness of our system makes it able to be integrated in others applications of Natural Language Processing (NLP) especially spellchecking, machine translation and machine learning. This paper presents a continuation of our previous works on the automatic processing of amazigh nouns and verbs.

DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijece.v11i1.pp%25p
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