Title:  "Derivational" paradigms in morphonology
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Issue Date:  1994
Abstract:  Traditionally, paradigms were used to deal with inflection in inflectionally rich languages. Only recently (Calder, 1989; Carstairs-McCarthy, 1988, 1992) paradigms have been the object of a far-reaching investigation covering their formal and computational properties. This investigation has highligthed the significance of a paradigm-based treatment of morphonological phenomena and its theoretical implications. In this paper, we show how derivational processes in Morphology can be treated paradigmatically by using a morphonological network. The approach is not only theoretical speculation but has been subjected to the practical test of a computer implementation. This implementation leads, in our opinion, to a conceptually and computationally cleaner treatment of Morphonology
URI:  http://hdl.handle.net/11584/36597
Type: 4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno

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