What is SMOR?
SMOR is a comprehensive German finite-state morphology covering inflection,
derivation and compounding which was developed at the Institut für Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung (IMS), University of Stuttgart in the years 2002 to 2013.
Here is an example analysis of SMOR for the word "Häuser":
Here is the analysis of the word "unübersetzbarstes":
SMOR is freely available for non-commercial purposes such as research,
education, and evaluation. Before using SMOR for commercial purposes, you must
purchase a license.
SMOR for Linux
Unpack the archive downloaded above and follow the instructions in the
Gertrud Faaß did an evaluation of SMOR and created
a documentation for it (in German).
SMOR was implemented by Helmut Schmid during his time at the Institut für
maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung (IMS) of the University of Stuttgart and builds
on earlier work on DMOR by Anne Schiller and on work done in the DeKo
project. The SMOR morphology uses
lexical database which provides information about stems and their inflection
class. The development of the IMSLex resource was led by Prof. Ulrich Heid
during his time at IMS. SMOR is jointly maintained by the universities
(Prof. Ulrich Heid, Institut für Informationswissenschaft und
Munich (Dr. Helmut
Schmid, Centrum für Informations- und Sprachtechnologie) and Stuttgart
Please cite the following publication in order to refer to the SMOR morphology:
Helmut Schmid, Arne Fitschen and Ulrich Heid:
SMOR: A German Computational Morphology Covering Derivation, Composition, and Inflection,
Proceedings of the IVth International Conference on Language
Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2004), p. 1263-1266, Lisbon, Portugal. (pdf)
Please send comments, suggestions and bug reports to Helmut Schmid at LastName@cis.uni-muenchen.de. (Insert the name into the email address.)