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Title: Parasynthetic Morpholexical Relationships Of The Spanish : lexical Search Beyond The Lexicographical Regularity
Authors: Santana Suárez, Octavio
Carreras Riudavets, Francisco Javier
Pérez Aguiar, José R.
Rodríguez-del-Pino, Juan Carlos
UNESCO Clasification: Investigación
Keywords: Lingüística computacional
Recuperación de la información
Issue Date: 2006
Journal: IADIS International Conference Applied Computing
Abstract: This work talks about parasynthesis of the Spanish language. This formative process of Spanish words is useful for the establishment of morpholexical relationships. From a lexicon of over 4 million different words, around 6 million parasynthetic morpholexical relationships are established. All the irregularities and exceptions found in referenced lexicon have been considered, which are many in a highly inflected language. These relationships turn out to be useful because they allow, between other possibilities, doing semantic searches, offering alternative sentences in the correction of style or summarization and finding semantically synonymous sentences. The principal main function of this application is that it allows lexical searches beyond the lexicographical regularity. The developed web tool is capable of solving any morpholexical aspect of a Spanish word. This tool includes the suffixation and prefixation processing and also shows the graph of morpholexical relationships. This tool is only one way to show the potentiality of the system which can be incorporated to other tools of high linguistic level.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/471
Source: IADIS International Conference Applied Computing
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