gete2 at cam.ac.uk
Fri Jan 19 12:07:50 CET 2018
Thanks for your message. As far as I'm aware, the morphology module in the
LKB is relatively limited and does not directly give you a way to define
infixes. However, I think it should be possible to get this kind of
behaviour -- for example, Berthold Crysmann has used string unification to
implement reduplication for a grammar of Hausa. I wouldn't be able to
explain the details of this, but perhaps one of the other developers on
this list will be able to give you an answer in the next few days.
For the source code of the LKB, you can find information here:
http://moin.delph-in.net/LkbTop . The source code repository is here:
http://svn.emmtee.net/lkb/ . For information about a fully open source
version of the LKB (in the sense that it does not require any proprietary
compilers, runtime environments or code libraries), see:
2018-01-19 9:33 GMT+00:00 Samia Ben Ismail <samia_benismail at yahoo.fr>:
> I'm Samia Ben Ismail. I'm from Tunisia. I'm a phd student. I use LKB to
> generate an Arabic linguistic resources. Can you tell me please it is
> possible to add new operations ( replacement, add and delete a letter) to
> the infix (middle) of the word. If, it is possible, tell me please, how I
> can obtain the open source of LKB?
> Samia Ben Ismail
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