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""" Copyright 2012-2013 Ali Ok (aliokATapacheDOTorg)

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Turkish Natural Language Toolkit

This project provides a toolkit for computer linguistic work for Turkish.

Currently a morphologic parser and a tokenizer is provided. Biggest challenge is providing an ambiguity resolver.

Project first implemented in Python, TRNLTK Python, then Java. Python project is obsolete.

See documentation, tutorial and cookbook



Why another parsing tool and why FSM?

I've inspected other other approaches and I saw that tracking the problems are very hard with them. For example, one approach is creating a suffix graph by defining what suffix can come after other suffix. But with that approach it is impossible to have an overview of the graph, since there would be thousands of nodes and edges.

See documentation for more information.

Phonetic rules and phonetic implementation are similar to from open-source java library Zemberek3.

How it is tested?

There are thousands of parsing unit tests. Plus, I use the treebank from METU-Sabanci, but is closed-source. Unfortunately, its license doesn't allow anyone to publish any portion of the treebank, thus I only test the parser against it in my local environment.

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