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 Distributed Morphology
Syntactic Hierarchical Structure All the Way Down entails that elements within syntax and within morphology enter into the same types of constituent structures (such as can be diagrammed through binary branching trees).
DM is piece-based in the sense that the elements of both syntax and of morphology are understood as discrete instead of as (the results of) morphophonological processes.
Syntactic Lowering may be a type of Merger as well, presumably occuring after syntax proper but before Vocabulary Insertion.
www.ling.upenn.edu /~rnoyer/dm   (5136 words)

 Syntactic categories Article, Syntacticcategories Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Syntactic categories are either phrasal categories, such as NP or VP, which can bedecomposed into smaller syntactic categories or lexical categories, such as noun or verb, which cannotbe further decomposed.
The lexical categories are traditionally called the parts of speech.They include nouns, verbs, adjectives etc.
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www.anoca.org /lexical/phrase/syntactic_categories.html   (127 words)

 Syntactic category -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In terms of (Click link for more info and facts about phrase structure rules) phrase structure rules, phrasal categories can occur to the left side of the arrow while lexical categories cannot.
The lexical categories are traditionally called the (Click link for more info and facts about parts of speech) parts of speech.
They include nouns, verbs, (A word that expresses an attribute of something) adjectives, and so on.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/s/sy/syntactic_category.htm   (101 words)

 Frege and Language [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
But even if we include such phenomena in the category of "human communication" it still appears that language is required for communication precisely insofar as it is required for the representation and recording of one's own thoughts.
On the syntactic level, the contrast between saturated and unsaturated entities is reflected in the distinction between proper names, on the one hand, and predicates (which Frege calls "concept-words") on the other.
Furthermore, even for cases when we do seem to be able to use the distinction between predicate and subject to analyze judgable contents into their components Frege thought the grammatical opposition of subject and predicate to be insufficient for capturing important logical distinctions that apply to the contents of sentences in a logically ideal language.
www.iep.utm.edu /f/freg-lan.htm   (16277 words)

 2.3. Specific Schemes and their Syntactic Categories   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Each URL scheme has its own rules regarding the presence or absence of the syntactic components described in Sections 2.1 and 2.2.
In addition, some schemes are never appropriate for use with relative URLs.
A description of the allowed relative forms should be included when a new scheme is registered, as per Section 4 of RFC 1738 [2].
www.freesoft.org /CIE/RFC/1808/5.htm   (361 words)

 LING 410/510 Syllabus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Oct 28-30 Prototype representations, Frame semantics, and Cognitive models Nov 4-6 Metaphor Nov 11-13 Localism: Spatial metaphor in cognition & grammar
Nov 18 Lexical & syntactic categories Nov 20 Verbs & events Nov 25 Tense and Aspect Dec 2-4 Agents and causation Verbs & arguments Course requirements: 3-4 short (2-4 page) writing assignments plus for undergraduates, a take-home essay-style final exam, and for graduate students, a term paper.
FOR week 2: AA&D chapters 2-3 week 3: AA&D chapter 4 week 4: for Monday: AA&D chapter 5 for Friday: Brown week 5: Haiman week 6: Wierzbicka week 7: Fillmore week 8: Reddy week 9: Reichenbach, Vendler
www.uoregon.edu /~delancey/courses/semantics.html   (174 words)

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