Multi-word units are linguistic objects whose idiosyncrasy calls for a lexicalized approach allowing to render their orthographic, inflectional and syntactic flexibility. Multiflex is a graph-based formalism answering this need by conflation of different surface realizations of the same underlying concept. Its implementation relies on a finite-state machinery with unification. It can be applied to the creation of linguistic resources for a high-quality natural language processing tasks.

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  1. Savary, Agata: Multiflex: a multilingual finite-state tool for multi-word units (2009) ioport
  2. Savary, Agata; Rabiega-Wiśniewska, Joanna; Woliński, Marcin: Inflection of Polish multi-word proper names with Morfeusz and Multiflex (2009) ioport
  3. Forehand, David I. M.; Khanin, Raya; Cartmell, Matthew P.: A Lagrangian multibody code for deriving the symbolic state-space equations of motion for open-loop systems containing flexible beams (2004)