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Proceedings of the EACL 2009 Workshop on Computational Approaches to Semitic Languages - Semitic '09
Various methods have been devised to produce morphological analyzers and generators for Semitic languages, ranging from methods based on widely used finitestate technologies to very specific solutions designed for a specific language or problem. Since the earliest proposals of how to adopt the elsewhere successful finite-state methods to root-andpattern morphologies, the solution of encoding Semitic grammars using multi-tape automata has resurfaced on a regular basis. Multi-tape automata,doi:10.3115/1621774.1621779 fatcat:hg6judicprfu3i3jfk3oiaqdki