ElixirFM

ElixirFM Online Interface

Welcome to the online interface to ElixirFM, the implementation of Functional Arabic Morphology written in Haskell and Perl.

ElixirFM can process words of Modern Written Arabic using four different modes. Here, you can learn how to use these modes for various purposes.

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ElixirFM is further documented at ElixirFM Wiki. The multiple scripts of this site are best viewed with Droid Arabic Naskh and DejaVu fonts.

Resolve

This mode provides tokenization and morphological analysis of the inserted text, even if you omit some symbols or do not spell everything correctly.

You can experiment with entering the text in various notations.

Inflect

This mode lets you inflect words into the forms required by context. You only need to define the grammatical parameters of the expected word forms.

You can either enter natural language descriptions, or you can specify the parameters using the positional morphological tags.

Derive

This mode lets you derive words of similar meaning but different grammatical category. You only need to tell the desired grammatical categories.

You can either enter natural language descriptions, or you can specify the parameters using the positional morphological tags.

Lookup

This mode can lookup lexical entries by the citation form and nests of entries by the root, and lets you search also in the English translations.

You can try enclosing the text in quotes or parentheses if needed.

(C) Otakar Smrž 2014, Viktor Bielický 2014, Tim Buckwalter 2002. GNU General Public License GNU GPL 3.

ElixirFM is an open-source online project. You can contribute to its development with your suggestions!

Contact otakar-smrz users.sf.net, Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics, Charles University in Prague.

ElixirFM at SourceForge.net