KSUCCA is a synchronous, general and raw corpus containing over 50 million words from pure classical Arabic references that covers a wide range of genres.
It is designed and compiled by Maha Alrabiah as part of the PhD work on building a distributional lexical semantic model for classical Arabic, and investigating its applications to The Holy Quran. However, it can be used in various Arabic linguistic and computational linguistic researches.
All the content of KSUCCA is made available for personal and academic use only. No portion of the corpus material may be copied, reproduced, pasted, reposted, redistributed, broadcast, or published in any form or media for commercial use.