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231012 Verfahren der Verarbeitung sprachlichen Wissens: Finite State Morphology (S) (WiSe 2011/2012)

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Faculty of Linguistics and Literary Studies
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S / 2
Period
10.10.2011-03.02.2012
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Intelligente Systeme / Master (Enrollment until SoSe 2012) Kognitionswissenschaftliche Gr   1. 3  
Kognitive Informatik / Bachelor (Enrollment until SoSe 2011) Sprachverarbeitung Wahlpflicht 3. 3.5 benotet /unbenotet  
Linguistik: Kommunikation, Kognition und Sprachtechnologie / Master (Enrollment until SoSe 2010) MaLin3   4  
Linguistik: Kommunikation, Kognition und Sprachtechnologie / Master (Enrollment after WiSe 10/11) 23-LIN-Ma3   3  

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In diesem Seminar wollen wir Methoden aus der Theorie der endlichen Automaten/Transduktoren benutzen, um die Morphologie natürlicher Sprachen zu modellieren. Der Hauptschwerpunkt soll dabei auf der Implementierung mittels der Beschreibungssprachen LexC und XFST liegen. Als zweiter Schwerpunkt sollen jedoch auch die wichtigsten Elemente der (endlichen) Automatentheorie behandelt werden, wie Ausdrucksstärke und Verknüpfungen zu formalen Sprachen und Grammatiken, verschiedene Arten der Hüllenbildung, algebraische Definierbarkeit von Sprachen und Relationen, sowie Definierbarkeit mithilfe von logischen Metasprachen.

Aufbau des Kurses ist in etwa wie folgt: Wir möchten zunächst die wichtigsten Konzepte von LexC und XFST mithilfe des Opensource-Tools FOMA (http://foma.sourceforge.net/) einführen und Grundlagen der Automatentheorie vorstellen, so dass der Zusammenhang von mathematischer Theorie und Programmierpraxis erkennbar wird. Gegen Ende des Seminars sollen im Rahmen einer freien Projektphase in kleinen Gruppen Beschreibungen für selbstgewählte morphologische Phänomene implementiert werden.

Bibliography

Beesley, R. Kenneth und Lauri Karttunen (2003): Finite State Morphology, CSLI Publications, Stanford, CA. (http://fsmbook.com)

Kaplan, Ron und Martin Kay (1994): Regular Models of Phonological Rule Systems, Computational Linguistics 20, S.331-378. (http://acl.ldc.upenn.edu/J/J94/J94-3001.pdf)

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