Paper: Extending Kimmo's Two-Level Model Of Morphology

ACL ID P93-1047
Title Extending Kimmo's Two-Level Model Of Morphology
Venue Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1993
  • Anoop Sarkar (Centre for Development of Advanced Computing, Pune India)

This paper describes the problems faced while us- ing Kimmo's two-level model to describe certain Indian languages such as Tamil and Hindi. The two-level model is shown to be descriptively inad- equate to address these problems. A simple ex- tension to the basic two-level model is introduced which allows conflicting phonological rules to co- exist. The computational complexity of the exten- sion is the same as Kimmo's two-level model.