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Syllable-based Morphology

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Syllable-based Morphology
This paper presents a language for the description of morphological alternations which is based on syllable structure. The justification for such an approach is discussed with reference to examples fi'om a variety of languages and the approach is compared to Koskenniemi's two-level account of morphonoIogy.
Lynne J. Cahill
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Type Conference
Year 1990
Where COLING
Authors Lynne J. Cahill
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