PC-KIMMO-based Description of Mongolian Morphology

Purev Jaimai, Tsolmon Zundui, Altangerel Chagnaa and Cheol-Young Ock
Volume: 1, No: 1, Page: 41 ~ 48, Year: 2005

Keywords: natural language processing, two-level morphological rule, Mongolian morphology, finite-state transducers, computational linguistics
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Abstract
This paper presents the development of a morphological processor for the Mongolian language, based on the two-level morphological model which was introduced by Koskenniemi. The aim of the study is to provide Mongolian syntactic parsers with more effective information on word structure of Mongolian words. First hand written rules that are the core of this model are compiled into finite-state transducers by a rule tool. Output of the compiler was edited to clarity by hand whenever necessary. The rules file and lexicon presented in the paper describe the morphology of Mongolian nouns, adjectives and verbs. Although the rules illustrated are not sufficient for accounting all the processes of Mongolian lexical phonology, other necessary rules can be easily added when new words are supplemented to the lexicon file. The theoretical consideration of the paper is concluded in representation of the morphological phenomena of Mongolian by the general, language-independent framework of the two-level morphological model.

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Purev Jaimai, Tsolmon Zundui, Altangerel Chagnaa, and Cheol-Young Ock, "PC-KIMMO-based Description of Mongolian Morphology," Journal of Information Processing Systems, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 41~48, 2005. DOI: .

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Purev Jaimai, Tsolmon Zundui, Altangerel Chagnaa, and Cheol-Young Ock, "PC-KIMMO-based Description of Mongolian Morphology," Journal of Information Processing Systems, 1, 1, (2005), 41~48. DOI: .