German noun inflection revisited

@inproceedings{Kilbury2001GermanNI,
  title={German noun inflection revisited},
  author={James Kilbury},
  year={2001}
}
  • James Kilbury
  • Published 2001
  • Sociology
  • Cahill & Gazdar (henceforth C&G) have presented their analysis of German noun inflection in issue 35.1 (1999) of this journal. As they emphasize (on page 4), the lexical knowledge representation language DATR they employ is theoretically neutral and can serve to encode descriptions set in entirely diverse theoretical frameworks, not just those that are theoretically close to theirs. The formalism is just as amenable to ‘item and process’ and ‘word and paradigm’ analyses as it is to the affixal… CONTINUE READING

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