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Word and paradigm morphology


I The classical WP model Revival of the WP modelFrom segmentation to classificationThe ancient model and its adaptationsWord-based morphologyThe 'item and pattern' modelMorphological units and relationsOverviewThe Post-Bloomfieldian legacyBloomfieldian analysisBloomfieldian semioticsBloomfieldian exegesisThe Concatenative (IA) modelProblems of segmentationSpecial morphsClassification'An agglutinating system gone wrong'The Operational (IP) modelThe Decade of the Morpheme'A remarkable tribute to the inertia of ideas'Words, paradigms and analogyWordsThe psychological status of wordsExperimental evidenceA statistical inferencing engineWord structureExponence relationsTypes of 'words'Grammatical and phonological wordsLexemes and lemmasParadigms and familiesSummaryParadigmsRecurrence and redundancyParadigmatic allomorphyConstructional or 'gestalt' exponenceParadigm structurePrincipal partsParadigm uniformity and cohesionImplicational structure of inflectional seriesContrastive distributionPedagogical idealizationsAnalogyNo segmentation without representation?Morphomic stem syncretismPriscianic deductionParadigmatic morphomicsWord-based analogySchematization and foundationII Contemporary WP modelsRealizational modelsThe inflectional component of a WP grammarRealization rulesSequential and cumulative exponence in FinnishRules of exponenceRules of referralReferral and directionalityRule interactionIntrinsic and extrinsic orderingRule blocks and disjunctive orderingGeneralization and discriminationBlock order and the status of portmanteauxSummaryAlternative and extended formalismsRules in A-Morphous and Realizational Pair MorphologySeparationist morphology and lexical insertionRules in Paradigm Function MorphologyRealization and structureIndexical morphologyNeo-Saussurean realizationalismImplicational modelsVariation as uncertaintySyntagmatic uncertaintyFrom word to paradigmInformation-theoretic WPImplicational relationsThe Low Conditional Entropy ConjectureCohesion, diagnosticity and validityImplicational economyParadigm economyDescriptive and entropic economyFrom exemplars to discriminative contrastsMorphology as an adaptive discriminative systemA 'learning-based' approachThe Zipfian Paradigm Cell Filling ProblemDiscriminative irregularityKnowledge and uncertaintyThe discriminative perspectiveRefurbishing the structuralist foundationsDiscriminative and categorical variationThe logic of discriminationContextual discriminationLearning without overgeneralizationPedagogical overextractionDiscriminative tagmemicsContrastive arrangementsDistribution and meaningForm and distributionMorphological typologyTypological and theoretical overfitThe role of predictionDiscriminative abstractionBibliography
 
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