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Conventional Orthography for Dialectal Arabic (CODA) Version 0.1 ““ July 2011

Habash, Nizar Y.; Diab, Mona T.; Rambow, Owen C.

Because Arabic does not have a conventional orthography, CODA aims at filling in this gap and developing computational models of Arabic dialects. The contents of this paper are some of the principles of design for CODA.



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Center for Computational Learning Systems
Center for Computational Learning Systems, Columbia University
CCLS Technical Report, CCLS-11-02
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August 17, 2011
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