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The Spanish Morphology in Internet

Santana, O.; Pérez, J.; Carreras F.; Hernández, Z.; Rodríguez, G.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2722. Web Engineering. Ed. Springer-Verlag. ISSN: 0302-9743. ISBN: 3-540-40522-4.
Julio, 2003.

This Web service tags morpholexically any Spanish word and it gets the corresponding forms starting from a canonical form and from the flexion asked for. In the verbs, it deals with the simple and compound conjugation, the enclitic pronouns, the flexion of the participle like verbal adjective and the diminutive of the gerund. With the nonverbal forms, this web service considers: gender and number, heteronomy for change of sex, superlative degree, adverbiation and the appreciative derivation. In the tag and in the generation the prefixation is taken into account. It allows the manipulation of morpholexical relationships. It offers a global vision of the behavior and productivity of the Spanish words in the principal processes of formation (sufixation, prefixation, parasinthesis, suppression, regression, zero-modification, apocopation, metathesis and others which are unclassifiable and that generate alternative graphical forms). It includes the principal Spanish lexicographic repertoires. It considers 151103 canonical forms that produce more than 4900000 flexioned and derived forms and about 90000 morpholexical relationships are established.