Five Types of Morphological Analysis — J. K. Tauber: at the intersection of computing, linguistics, philology, and learning science


People talking about morphological analyses can often speak across each other because they have different purposes in mind. Here’s an initial attempt to outline five possibly distinct notions one might be referring to. I’m tentatively labelling them: algorithmic diachronic synchronic psychological pedagogical although the labels matter less than being clear about the distinction. Algorithmic means…

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