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* [http://www.statmt.org/setimes/ Southeast European Times] (sentence aligned corpus, Albanian, Bulgarian, English, Greek, Macedonian, Romanian, Serbo-Croatian, Turkish — approximately 4.5 million words per language)
 
* [http://www.statmt.org/setimes/ Southeast European Times] (sentence aligned corpus, Albanian, Bulgarian, English, Greek, Macedonian, Romanian, Serbo-Croatian, Turkish — approximately 4.5 million words per language)
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* [http://tscorpus.com/ TS Corpus] (PoSTagged Turkish Corpus. The corpus also presents morphological and lemma tags of the data. Consists of 491 Million tokens)
  
 
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* [http://www.hlst.sabanciuniv.edu Sabancı University Natural Language Processing Tools (Turkish Morphological Analyzer, BalkaNET)]
 
* [http://www.hlst.sabanciuniv.edu Sabancı University Natural Language Processing Tools (Turkish Morphological Analyzer, BalkaNET)]
 
* [http://ddi.ce.itu.edu.tr Istanbul Technical University Natural Language Processing Research Group]
 
* [http://ddi.ce.itu.edu.tr Istanbul Technical University Natural Language Processing Research Group]
* [http://nooj4nlp.net/turkish Mersin University Turkish National Corpus Project]
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* [http://nooj4nlp.net/pages/turkish.html NooJ_TR by Mersin University Turkish National Corpus Project Team]
  
 
[[Category:Resources by language|Tajik]]
 
[[Category:Resources by language|Tajik]]

Revision as of 14:35, 10 January 2013

Morphological analysis

Free software

  • TRMorph "is a relatively complete morphological analyzer for Turkish. It is implemented using SFST, and uses a lexicon based on (but heavily modified) the wordlist of Zemberek spell checker. The morphological analyzer is distributed under the GPL."

Proprietary

Lexical resources

Corpora

Free

  • Southeast European Times (sentence aligned corpus, Albanian, Bulgarian, English, Greek, Macedonian, Romanian, Serbo-Croatian, Turkish — approximately 4.5 million words per language)
  • TS Corpus (PoSTagged Turkish Corpus. The corpus also presents morphological and lemma tags of the data. Consists of 491 Million tokens)

Proprietary

Bibliography

  • K. Oflazer, "Two-level Description of Turkish Morphology," Literary and Linguistic Computing, vol. 9, pp. 137-148, 1995. Backwards PDF

See also

External links