LINCD Morphology! (morphology and its tools)
Drs. Hippisley and Stump and MALTT students Cody Smith and Rebecca Hale will provide an overview and demonstration of morphological theories and their integrated digital tools (DATR/KATR; PFM; and others) with some cool datasets from various (exotic!) languages.
[04 October 2013]
Computer-Assisted Technology Service – Computational Linguist’s Automated Workbench
includes the following tools
– Display the parse tree corresponding to a bracketed expression.
– Prepare and run a PFM theory.
– Run a KATR theory.
– Run a DATR theory.
– Analyze a plat for principal parts.
– Display and search glosses.