Spanish inflectional morphology in DATR

This paper shows a full description of Spanish inflectional morphology. We have chosen a paradigmatic approach instead of one based on phonological/spelling changes, i.e., the typical two-level model. Such morphological description has been written in the DATR formalism. The result is a network of nodes that makes use of the information inheritance mechanisms – orthogonal node inheritance and default path inheritance – that DATR allows. Some lexical coverage and corpus occurrence figures that support our approach are also given.
Keywords DATR formalism  information inheritance  paradigmatic morphology  Spanish
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Reprint years 2004
DOI 10.1023/A:1013019622647
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