LINGUIST List 12.1046

Fri Apr 13 2001

Qs: Morphology/Mod Standard Arabic, Shallow Parsers

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  1. Fatima Badry Zalami, Morphology of Modern Standard Arabic
  2. Zachary Mason, looking for shallow parsers

Message 1: Morphology of Modern Standard Arabic

Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2001 19:44:52 +0400
From: Fatima Badry Zalami <badryaus.ac.ae>
Subject: Morphology of Modern Standard Arabic

Dear colleagues I am working on the morphology of the Modern Standard
Arabic lexicon. In particular, I am interested in the realization of
consonantal roots in verbal and nominal patterns. Could you suggest
any recent references? Thank you.

Fatima Badry
badryaus.ac.ae
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Message 2: looking for shallow parsers

Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2001 13:07:24 -0700 (PDT)
From: Zachary Mason <mason_zacharyyahoo.com>
Subject: looking for shallow parsers


Hello, 

Does anyone know of a fairly reliable shareware shallow parser for
english?

thanks,
Zach


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