Morphological complexity of the word
Although there is much linguistic work concerning morphological complexity of words no study tries to scale their physical form. In this paper firstly we present a scaling of word's morphological complexity considering reduplication, compounding, derivation, inflection and suppletivism. Secondly we show some quantitative analyses of morphological complexity with respect to arc, motif, and distances of words in a Slovak poem as an example.
Published in: Glottotheory : international journal of theoretical linguistics, 10.1515/glot-2015-0002, De Gruyter
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