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  • Perea, Manuel; Gatt, Albert; Moret-Tatay, Carmen; Fabri, Ray (Springer New York LLC, 2012)
    Recent research using the rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP) paradigm with English sentences that included words with letter transpositions (e.g., jugde) has shown that participants can readily reproduce the correctly ...
  • Perea, Manuel; Gatt, Albert; Moret-Tatay, Carmen; Fabri, Ray (Springer New York LLC, 2012)
    Recent research using the rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP) paradigm with English sentences that included words with letter transpositions (e.g., jugde) has shown that participants can readily reproduce the correctly ...
  • Gatt, Albert; Fabri, Ray (Language Science Press, 2017)
    Among the derivational processes that have been adopted into Maltese based on the Romance model, there are processes to derive nouns from verbs which are relatively recent developments. Examples include the use of the ...
  • Fabri, Ray (Konigshausen & Neumann, 2015)
    The islands of Malta and Gozo display a complex language situation involving Maltese and English as the main protagonists. Maltese, a language born out of Arabic, has gone through many changes throughout its history and ...
  • Fabri, Ray (De Gruyter, 2011)
    This article is based on the idea that the language variety of young speakers can be taken as an indicator of potential change and developments in the language. After a discussion of the phenomenon of language change and ...
  • Rosner, Michael; Fabri, Ray; Caruana, Jeffrey; Loughra, M.; Montebello, Matthew; Galea, D.; Mangion, Gordon (ATLAS, 1999)
    This paper describes a variety of activities currently in progress under Maltilex, a University-based research project whose aim is to create a computational lexicon and other basic infrastructure enabling the computational ...
  • Rosner, M.; Caruana, J.; Fabri, Ray (European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 1998)
    The project described in this paper, which is still in the preliminary phase, concerns the design and implementation of a computational lexicon for Maltese, a language very much in current use but so far lacking most of ...
  • Rosner, Mike; Fabri, Ray; Attard, Duncan; Gatt, Albert (University of Malta. Faculty of ICT, 2006)
    This paper describes the aims, objectives and current achievements of MLRS (Maltese Language Resource Server), a two-year RTDI project that has been running for just under one year. The overall aim of the project, as ...
  • Borg, Albert; Fabri, Ray (Amapatril, 2000)
    Greenberg’s (1954) classic work on word order, or to be more precise constituent order typology attempts, among other things, to classify languages in terms of word order types. Greenberg’s work and other work based on it ...