This product has been discontinued and is no longer supported.
When given the necessary information about the morphology of a language, AMPLE will analyze each word in a text and break it into morphemes. AMPLE is oriented to the “item and arrangement” approach to the description of morphological phenomena. It can handle nonconcatenative phenomena only indirectly. AMPLE works together with STAMP (OPAC 15) for Computer Assisted Related Language Adaptation (CARLA). It can also be used in conjunction with ITF (OPAC 17) for publishing glossed texts in interlinear form.
The latest version of CARLAStudio has this update.
The code is publicly available in the pc-parse folder of the GitHub repository.
Older versions, documentation, and supporting files can be found here.
We no longer offer support for this product, but you can visit the SIL Language Software Community to contact other users who may be able to help.
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