Linguistic Data Structure ( Concept )

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Direct SubConcepts:

FeatureSpecification  FeatureDistributionSystem  FeatureAssignmentSystem  FeatureConstraint  FeatureStructure  FeatureSystem  InterlinearGlossedText  LexicalItem  Lexicon  StructuralDescription  Term  Termset  


A linguistic data structure is an abstract container for grouping together instances of linguistic data, usually to suit a particular theory or computational implementation. Examples include: feature structures, lexical entries, and paradigms.

Usage Notes


data Structure Relation Thing     This subsumes all structuring relations used for LinguisticDataStructures. As a naming convention to distinguish relations in data structure from other relations, all names of dataStructuringRelations begin with 'has-'.

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