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Englex: Morphological parsing lexicon of English for use with PC-KIMMO

Englex is a 20,000 entry morphological parsing lexicon of English intended for use with PC-KIMMO and/or KTEXT. The entries consist of affixes, roots, indivisible stems, and solid compounds. Of these, there are approximately 11,000 nouns, 4,000 verbs, and 3,400 adjectives. Both inflectional and derivational morphology are analyzed.
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Version: 1.0 (26-NOV-91; 20-JAN-92) Requires: C Ports: Unix (SysV, BSD), MS-DOS (386 or higher), Macintosh Copying: Copyright (C) 1991 the Summer Institute of Linguistics Use, copying, modification, and distribution permitted. CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Author(s): Evan L. Antworth Summer Institute of Linguistics Academic Computing Department PC-KIMMO Project 7500 W. Camp Wisdom Road Dallas, TX 75236 U.S.A. Tel: 214-709-2418 Fax: 214-709-3387 Keywords: Authors!Antworth, C!Code, Englex, KIMMO, Morphology, NLP References: Antworth, Evan L., "PC-KIMMO: A two-level processor for morphological analysis", Occasional Publications in Academic Computing No. 16, Summer Institute of Linguistics, Dallas, TX, 1990. 273 pages, ISBN 0-88312-639-7 paperbound ($24.00). Sproat, Richard, Review of "PC-KIMMO: A two-level processor for morphological analysis" by Evan L. Antworth, Computational Linguistics 17(2):229-231, 1991. Bauer, Laurie, "English word-formation", Cambridge University Press, 1983.
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