Re: "Self-Segregating Syntax"? (Unique Trees, Recoverable Uniquely From The String)
|From:||Eldin Raigmore <eldin_raigmore@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, April 15, 2006, 18:56|
On Sat, 15 Apr 2006 13:51:13 -0400, Jim Henry <jimhenry1973@...>
>In one of the December 2005 threads about self-segregating
>morphology, there were a couple of posts about high
>and low precedence binder morphemes within compound
>words. The same principle could probably be applied to
>high and low precedence conjunctions, adpositions, and
>so forth between words.
>See my message of 12/21/2005,
Thanks, Jim. I re-read them with enjoyment.
I was kind of thinking of something sort of like that, but couldn't be
sure, at the level of abstraction at which I was working (i.e., a lot of it
in my head), that I could get it to work.
Does anyone know of any natlang, or any successful conlang, that employs
any of the methods in either of those two posts, or in my initial post to
Does anyone have a reasoned opinion as to which method would be most
practical? Or are all the methods suggested so far equally practical? Or
Can anyone suggest another method, especially one which has been used in a
natlang or in a successful conlang?
Thanks again, Jim. And anyone else who replies.