Computational analysis/generation of Arabic verb to be, verb not to be and pronouns
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Published by University of Sheffield, Dept. of Computer Science in Sheffield .
Written in English

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Statementcontact Ahmed H. Almeami and Jim McGregor.
SeriesMemoranda in cognitive and computer science -- CS-96-03
ContributionsMcGregor, James J., 1946-, University of Sheffield. Department of Computer Science.
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Open LibraryOL17272853M

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