By George Anton Kiraz
Through the overdue Seventies, phonologists, and later morphologists, had departed from a linear technique for describing morphophonological operations to a nonlinear one. Computational types, in spite of the fact that, stay trustworthy to the linear version, making it very tough, if now not very unlikely, to enforce the morphology of languages whose morphology is nonconcatanative. This research goals at offering a computational method that counters the improvement in linguistics. It presents a close computational research of the advanced morphophonological phenomena present in Semitic languages according to linguistically stimulated types.
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By default we always assume that state q0 is the initial state. g. q3 ). The program that represents the FSA consists of a set of instructions of the form (q0 , h, q1 ), which is interpreted as follows: if the machine is currently in state q0 and the next character to scan from the input tape is ‘h,’ then move to state q1 . Graphically, such an instruction is represented by a transition, an arrow labeled ‘h’ that goes from state q0 to state q1 . The FSA in Fig. 8(a) is repeated in Fig. , q3 ). A deterministic ﬁnite-state automaton does not have more than one transition leaving a state on the same label.
The result given by a FSA is limited: either the string is accepted, or it is rejected. Another form of FSAs is ﬁnite-state transducers (FSTs). An FST is a FSA, but instead of scanning one tape, it scans two tapes simultaneously. One string is usually designated as input and the other as output. Each transition is labeled with a pair: the ﬁrst denotes the character on the ﬁrst tape, and the second denotes the character on the second tape. Consider the FST in Fig. 9(a). It transduces (or maps) English laughter into French laughter.