Azmorph, a morphological analyzer for Azerbaijani
Azmorph current version is 0.2.1 (preALPHA)
 What it is, what it does and what it does not
Azmorph is a morphological analyzer for Azerbaijani (Azerbaycan dili).
Due to the similarities between Azerbaijani and Turkish Azmorph is being developed starting from TRmorph of Çağrı Çöltekin.
Azmorph is at preALPHA stage of developement: this means that it works for very few features of the language (which will be explained later). If you are not familiar with the nerdish jargon, preALPHA means roughly that the software is in its embryonal state. Is it already a life? We don't know, better you consult your local Church. What we know is that, beside being a problematic embryo we decided to keep it and try to provide it with a decent development. We know it will be a problematic child, probably with several impairments, but we decided to keep it anyway.
 Current State
- Number of stems: 11,120
- Disambiguation rules:
- Coverage: ~Apertium-aze/stats/average%
 What works? What does not?
|Present Progressive (alıram)||negative doesn't work well|
|Future indicative (alacağım)||1p and 1s devoicing|
|Evidential/Past perfect (almışam)||Works!|
|Indefinite future / Aorist (alaram) <t_aor>||Works!|
|Optative past (ala idim)||Works!|
|Necessitative present (almalıyım)||Works|
|Necessitative past (almalı idim)||Works|
|Abilitative(bil-)||has to be split|
|i- copula (idim)||Works|
|Cases (n, g, d, acc, abl, loc)||Works!|
|-C<A> (makes things like italyanca, inglizce)||Works!|
|-ki realized as k<I>||Works!|
 Known problems
- <Q> should be replaced by <q> and <k>, and not simply by "q" and "k"
- Devoicing should be expanded, adding <q>