This paper presents a two-level morphological description of Tagalog for use in PC-Kimmo and a mechanism created for updating the results output from PC-Kimmo in order to meet the standards for current database and natural language processing applications.
There are two main research tasks presented in this paper which constituted this project. First, a complete morphological engine for Tagalog is presented. Next, a tool is introduced that takes the morphological engine output and stores it in XML format.
College and Department
Humanities; Linguistics and English Language
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Nelson, Hans J., "A Two-level Engine for Tagalog Morphology and a Structured XML Output for PC-Kimmo" (2004). Theses and Dissertations. 133.
two-level, pc-kimmo, finite state, morphology, Tagalog, xml, fsa, engine, pckimmo, kimxm, BYU, Brigham Young University, computational linguistics