The formation of nominal derivatives in the arabic language\ud with a view to computational linguistics

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Alshdaifat, AA;

This study investigates the formation of nominal derivatives in Arabic by providing a multi-level analysis in the light of state-of-the-art theories and approaches in modern linguistics. Six types of nominal derivative are described and analyzed: the active participle, ... View more
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