Computing Description of Nominal Sentence (A Study in Sentence that begins with first person single pronoun while having indefinite predicates, Single, Jāmid, and not Iḍāfa to a Single Masculine Word)

Nibal Nabeel Nazzal


Computers do not possess the same ability of natural conjecture as human beings. This fact motivated scientists to computerize various language structures: phonetics, grammar, phenology and semantics. The primary aim of describing nominal sentences in this research is to reinforce computer programs and to increase its ability in producing language forms. To this end, the research has provided a description of sentences that begin with the first person pronoun (Anā) along with its predicate when it is indefinite, single, jāmid, and not iḍāfa to a single masculine word. It has provided two types of analysis for the sentence (Anā ghulām). The first analysis pertains to syntactic proponents (the subject of a nominal (sequential) sentence) along with some nominal sentence cases, using tree-style analysis. The second type of analysis is a generative analysis which adds potential structural forms before, in-between, and after the sentence in order to provide the computer with fixed patterns. Therefore, if similar patterns are entered into the computer, it can identify them according to their patterns.


Nominal Sentence, Anā Ghulām, Duality of Analysis and Generating, Analytical Description, Computing Patterns.

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