Definition of Morphological. Meaning of Morphological. Synonyms of Morphological

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Definition of Morphological

Morphological
Morphologic Mor`pho*log"ic, Morphological Mor`pho*log"ic*al, a. [Cf. F. morphologique.] (Biol.) Of, pertaining to, or according to, the principles of morphology. -- Mor`pho*log"ic*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Morphological from wikipedia

- (journal), peer-reviewed academic journal in linguistic morphology Morphology, 1994 album by Finnish band Neuroactive Morphological analysis (disambiguation)...
- of a lexeme, it is possible to distinguish two kinds of morphological rules. Some morphological rules relate to different forms of the same lexeme; while...
- Morphological analysis is the analysis of morphology in various fields Morphological analysis (problem-solving) or general morphological analysis, a method...
- Functional morphology is the study of the relationship between the structure and function of morphological features. Experimental morphology is the study...
- molecular and morphological investigations; these can be categorized as two types: (i) one morphology, multiple lineages (e.g. morphological convergence...
- Russia. Constructed languages take a variety of morphological alignments. The concept of discrete morphological categories has not been without criticism....
- Morphological antialiasing, or MLAA, is a technique for minimizing the distortion artifacts known as aliasing when representing a high-resolution image...
- and Mathematical Morphology, Volume 2: Theoretical Advances by Jean Serra, ISBN 0-12-637241-1 (1988) An Introduction to Morphological Image Processing...
- mouse. morphological calques, in which the inflection of a word is transferred. This terminology is not universal. Some authors call a morphological calque...
- Latin, several thematic roles have an ****ociated case, but cases are a morphological notion, and thematic roles a semantic one. Languages having cases often...
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