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Version 0.3 of the Quranic Arabic Corpus

25 Apr 2011 3:05 PM | Robert Ranieri (Administrator)

Version 0.3 of the Quranic Arabic Corpus

The Quranic Arabic Corpus (http://corpus.quran.com) is an international collaborative linguistic project initiated at the University of Leeds that aims to bridge the gap between the traditional Arabic grammar of i'rab and techniques from modern computational linguistics. This open source resource includes word-by-word part-of-speech tagging for the Quran, morphological segmentation and a formal representation of Quranic Arabic syntax using dependency graphs. Version 0.3 of the corpus includes a number of significant improvements over the previous 0.2 release.

The Quranic Arabic Corpus is an open source project. Contributions or questions about the research are more than welcome. Please direct any correspondence to Kais Dukes, PhD researcher at the School of Computing, University of Leeds:

web: www.kaisdukes.com
e-mail: sckd@leeds.ac.uk

mailto:sckd@leeds.ac.uk

 

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