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By George Anton Kiraz

By way of the overdue Seventies, phonologists, and later morphologists, had departed from a linear method for describing morphophonological operations to a nonlinear one. Computational versions, even if, stay trustworthy to the linear version, making it very tough, if no longer most unlikely, to enforce the morphology of languages whose morphology is nonconcatanative. This examine goals at featuring a computational approach that counters the improvement in linguistics. It offers an in depth computational research of the complicated morphophonological phenomena present in Semitic languages according to linguistically stimulated types.

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8(b). After reading the ‘h,’ the automaton moves from state q0 to q1 . After reading the ‘a,’ it moves to state q2 . ,’ it moves to state q3 . ” is accepted. ,” and so on (after Gazdar and Mellish, 1989). Now consider the input string “ha” (without the exclamation mark). After reading the first ‘h’ and the ‘a,’ the machine will be in state q2 . There are no more characters in the input string; however, state q2 is not a final state. Hence, the string “ha” is rejected. The set of strings that an automaton accepts is the language accepted by that machine.

14. Note the deletion of [e] between states q8 and q9 . 3 Semitic Preliminaries 25 Fig. 13. Context-free morphotactics for the strings that appear in Fig. 12. A more detailed description of finite-state morphology is given in Chapter 3. 3 Semitic Preliminaries Semitic covers a wide range of languages and dialects spoken in Western Asia, many of which have been classified as dead languages for centuries, even millennia. These languages and dialects exhibit common characteristics in their lexica and grammars, that is, phonology, morphology, vocabulary, and syntax.

18) of the machine in Fig. 12(b) and composes the result with the rule in Fig. 11, which we shall denote by R. The expression for this procedure is I d(L) ◦ R, whose result is depicted in Fig. 14. Note the deletion of [e] between states q8 and q9 . 3 Semitic Preliminaries 25 Fig. 13. Context-free morphotactics for the strings that appear in Fig. 12. A more detailed description of finite-state morphology is given in Chapter 3. 3 Semitic Preliminaries Semitic covers a wide range of languages and dialects spoken in Western Asia, many of which have been classified as dead languages for centuries, even millennia.

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