Raphael Finkel

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  • Professor of Computer Science
  • Jewish Studies
  • Linguistics
230 James F. Hardymon
257-3885
Other Affiliations:
  • Computer Science
Biography

 refoyl finkl shtamt fun a mishpokhe yidish-libhobers in tshikago.

zayn zeyde fleg praven yidish-donershtikn.  ober dos iz alts geven yorn
far refoyl's geburt.  er hot gehert yidish in der heym eyn mol in a yor
mit a mitvokh, akhuts in a zeltenem vits oder oyf a plit fun yidish
folkslider.  kedey nit tsu farlirn zayn yidish-yerushe hot refoyl zikh
genumen tsu der shtudye fun der shprakh ersht in universitet fun
tshikago, vu er hot zikh gelernt mitn rov tiktin.  shpeter vi a
graduirter in stanford iz er mamshekh mit zayne yidishe limudem (oyf a
zayt, farshteyt zikh, fun zayn geveyntlekher arbet: kompyuter
visnshaft).  er redt mit zayne tsvey kinder bloyz yidish (ven meglekh).
er iz a shtendiker onteyl nemer in der yerlekher yidish-vokh.  refoyl
hot oysgearbet etlekhe nitslekhe kompyuter-makhshirem, vi zayn yidishe
shraybmashinke.  er iz der tekhnisher redaktor funem vebs-zhurnal ,,der
 
Selected Publications: 

Raphael Finkel and Gregory Stump, “Principal parts and morphological typology”, Morphology 17(1): 39–75, 2007.

Andrew Hippisley, Gregory Stump, Raphael Finkel, “Computing in the field: language modeling for elicitation and documentation of Shughni”, 2009 International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation (ICLDC), University of Hawaii at Manoa (March 12-14, 2009).

Amanda Barie, Darya Bukhtoyarova, Raphael Finkel, Andrew Hippisley, Mark Lauersdorf, Jeanmarie Rouhier-Willoughby, Gregory Stump [University of Kentucky]; Muqbilsho Alamshoev*, Shoxnazar Mirzoev*, Gulnoro Mirzovafoeva, Shahlo Nekushoeva* [Khorog State University, *Institute of Humanities of the Tajik Academy of Sciences], “A collaborative project for the documentation of the Shughni language,” poster, 2009 International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation (ICLDC), University of Hawaii at Manoa (March 12-14, 2009).

Raphael Finkel and Gregory Stump, “Predictability, predictiveness and paradigm complexity” . Invited paper presented at the workshop Morphological Complexity: Implications for the Theory of Language, Harvard University, January 22, 2010

Raphael Finkel and Gregory T. Stump, Morphological typology: From Word to Paradigm, Cambridge University Press, 2013.

Raphael Finkel, William Hutton, Patrick Rourke, Ross Scaife, and Elizabeth Vandiver, “The Suda on Line”, Syllecta Classica 11:178-190, http://www.stoa.org/sol/

Raphael Finkel and Gregory Stump, “A default inheritance hierarchy for computing Hebrew verb morphology”, Literary and Linguistic Computing 22(2):117–136, 2007.

Raphael Finkel and Odetunji Ajadi Odejobi, “A computational approach to Yoruba morphology”, Workshop on African Language Technologies, 12th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL-09), March 30 – April 3, 2009, Athens, Greece.

Raphael Finkel and Gregory Stump, “What are principal parts, and what can they tell us about an inflectional system’s morphological complexity?” Invited paper presented at the Conference on Morphological Complexity, Convened by the Surrey Morphological Group, British Academy, London, January 13-15, 2012.

Raphael Finkel and Gregory Stump, “Cats Claw — Computer-Assisted Technology Service Computational Linguist’s Automated Workbench”, encompassing software for running DATR, KATR, PFM theories and analyzing plats for principal parts, http://www.cs.uky.edu/~raphael/linguistics/claw.html.

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