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Morphological Design All Seven Phases AMIE
 
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Morphology Of Design The Seven Phases Fdm Lecture
 
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Morphology of Design.
 
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Morphology of design implies the step-by-step procedure involved in the phases of design process.
What is MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS? What does MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS mean?
 
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What is MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS? What does MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS mean? MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS meaning - MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS definition - MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Morphological analysis or general morphological analysis is a method developed by Fritz Zwicky (1967, 1969) for exploring all the possible solutions to a multi-dimensional, non-quantified complex problem. General morphology was developed by Fritz Zwicky, the Bulgarian-born, Swiss-national astrophysicist based at the California Institute of Technology. Among others, Zwicky applied morphological analysis (MA) to astronomical studies and the development of jet and rocket propulsion systems. As a problem-structuring and problem-solving technique, MA was designed for multi-dimensional, non-quantifiable problems where causal modeling and simulation do not function well, or at all. Zwicky developed this approach to address seemingly non-reducible complexity: using the technique of cross-consistency assessment (CCA) (Ritchey, 1998), the system allows for reduction by identifying the possible solutions that actually exist, eliminating the illogical solution combinations in a grid box rather than reducing the number of variables involved. A detailed introduction to morphological modeling is given in Ritchey (2002, 2006). A summary of some 80 published articles exemplifying the various applications of general morphology, including engineering design, technological forecasting, organizational development and policy analysis, is available in Álvarez & Ritchey (2015). Consider a complex, real-world problem, like those of marketing or making policies for a nation, where there are many governing factors, and most of them cannot be expressed as numerical time series data, as one would like to have for building mathematical models. The conventional approach here would be to break the system down into parts, isolate the vital parts (dropping the 'trivial' components) for their contributions to the output and solve the simplified system for creating desired models or scenarios. The disadvantage of this method is that real-world scenarios do not behave rationally: more often than not, a simplified model will break down when the contribution of the 'trivial' components becomes significant. Also, importantly, the behaviour of many components will be governed by the states of, and their relations with, other components – ones that may be seen to be minor before the analysis. Morphological analysis, on the other hand, does not drop any of the components from the system itself, but works backwards from the output towards the system internals. Again, the interactions and relations get to play their parts in MA and their effects are accounted for in the analysis.
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MOR106 - Morphological Analysis (PDE)
 
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This clip explains and exemplifies the principles of morphological analysis using concatenative PDE plural forms an example. After an isolation of the morphs, the method of "preliminary normalization" which goes back to Charles Hockett will be discussed.
How to Use a Morphological Matrix
 
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A Morphological Matrix is a great tool to use for generating ideas!-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your own animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
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Tackling Wicked Problems using General Morphological Analysis
 
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General Morphological Analysis is a process that involves the systematic investigation of ALL the components of large-scale problems, products or processes for scenario, strategy and new product development. An expert facilitation methodology with proprietary software is used to identify new, consistent, combinations of attributes that results in workable, in-house generated outcomes. The technique is used to unearth non-obvious opportunities for an organisation to solve complex, intractable problems.
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How to Use a Morphological Matrix
 
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A Morphological Matrix is a great tool to use for generating ideas!-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your own animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
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Mod-01 Lec-24 Morphology
 
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Introduction to Modern Linguistics by Prof.Shreesh Chaudhary & Prof. Rajesh Kumar,Department of Humanities and Social Sciences,IIT Madras.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in
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Peter Pearce on Morphology and High Performance Design
 
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This video is from Peter Pearce's presentation "Morphology and High Performance Design from Spitfires to the Pearce Ecohouse" at the Synergetics Collaborative's Third Biennial Design Science Symposium at RISD (12 Nov 2011). 1.6G MB MP4: Third Biennial Design Science Symposium on "Nature, Geometry, and the Symmetry of Space: Tetrahedron Discovers Itself and Universe" at RISD brought together more than 100 people from around the world to discuss core elements of Buckminster Fuller's Design Science and Synergetics legacy. The Synergetics Collaborative and The Edna Lawrence Nature Lab at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) have organized Biennial Design Science Symposia at RISD since 2007. These symposia explore the field of Design Science and provide an interactive meeting of makers, thinkers, practitioners and educators. We strive to keep the work of R. Buckminster Fuller current, relevant, and applied. Fuller's design approach as "comprehensive anticipatory design science" combines an emphasis on individual initiative and integrity with whole systems thinking, scientific rigor and faithful reliance on nature's underlying principles. The Synergetics Collaborative (SNEC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organizing events for anyone with an interest in learning about or building upon Buckminster Fuller's Synergetics. Video Editor: Victor Acevedo, Digital artist and Visual Music producer/director. A member of the Synergetics Collaborative and a long-time student of RBF and Synergetics. Recently he's been working with Collaborative member Thomas Miller on his Newtools project. http://vimeo.com/acevedomedia http://www.newtoolslab.com (C) 2013 Synergetics Collaborative and RISD
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A DETAILED MORPHOLOGY OF DESIGN 05-2016
 
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A DETAILED MORPHOLOGY OF DESIGN 05-2016
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Concepts in Engineering Design - Unit - 03 - "Morphology of Design Process"
 
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Concepts in Engineering Design - Unit - 03 - "Morphology of Design Process"
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Morphology Part1
 
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This lecture introduces students to the field of Morphology. The main headlines of this first part are as follows: -Types of words -Definition of morpheme -Bound and free morphemes -Main steps in morphological analysis (Phonemic representation, Isolation of affixes, Alternation rules) -Affixes -Word coinage References: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Linguistics-Oxford-Introduction-Language-Study/dp/0194372065/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1385018913&sr=1-3&keywords=linguistics+widdowson -http://www.youtube.com/LinguisticsMarburg -Other books mentioned in the first lecture of this course -http://linguistics.online.uni-marburg.de/
TRIZ - Morphological Analysis
 
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Followings are the features of Morphological Analysis. Predictive Analysis 1). Define a System. 2). Define trends and its stages. 3). Design a current system by selecting applicable trends and its stages. 4). Design competitor’s current system by selecting its different stages. 5). Design future system of product by selecting different stages. 6). View Radar and Line diagram of selected system. 7). View current system as well as future system of products. 8). Compare different systems and see comparison Radar or Line diagram of more than two different systems. Morphological Analysis 1). Define a System. 2). Define attributes and its values. 3). Design a current system by selecting applicable attributes and its value. 4). Mark an attributes conflict values. 5). Generates possible feasible values. Display a matrix with conflict marks. User can mark conflict directly from matrix. 6). Design competitor’s current system by selecting its different values of attributes. 7). Design future system of product by selecting different values of attributes. 8). View Radar and Line diagram of selected system. 9). View current system as well as future system of products. 10). Compare different systems and see comparison Radar or Line diagram of more than two different systems. For more details please visit @ www.ivaps.co.in
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Function Trees and Morphological Matrices
 
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This video describes the purpose and uses of function trees and morphological matrices; examples of the use of each tool are given.
Urban Morphology
 
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A short overview of urban morphology and the importance of studying this within the context or urban dynamics and urban places. The link to the PDF I would like you to read is below: http://uprav.ff.cuni.cz/?q=system/files/christaller.pdf Slides 49-52. (Recorded with http://screencast-o-matic.com)
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morphological forced analysis technique ppart 1
 
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morphological forced analysis technique ppart 1
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Phases of Morphology of Analysis-AMIE-AD301-Fundamentals of Design and Manufacturing
 
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Phases of Morphology of Analysis-AMIE-AD301-Fundamentals of Design and Manufacturing They are seven Phases in Morphology of design and they are Feasibility Design Preliminary Design Detailed Design Planning Of Production Process Planning of the Distribution Planning of the Consumption Planning of the obsolesce of the product.
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detail design
 
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Detail design process with morphology analysis
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Morphological Analysis of the Left Ventricular Endocardial S
 
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Morphological Analysis of the Left Ventricular Endocardial Surface and its Clinical Implications Authors: Anirban Mukhopadhyay, Zhen Qian, Suchendra M. Bhandarkar, Tianming Liu, Sarah Rinehart, Szilard Voros The University of Georgia, Piedmont Heart Institute, The University of Georgia, Athens, USA, Piedmont Heart Institute, Atlanta, United States, Abstract: None Keywords: Cardiovascular Imaging; Computed tomography; Computer-aided diagnosis Available in Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention -- MICCAI 2012 15th International Conference, Nice, France, October 1-5, 2012, Proceedings Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 7511, II-502 Subseries: Image Processing, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, and Graphics Ayache, N.; Delingette, H.; Golland, P.; Mori, K. (Eds.) 2012, 2012, XXXIII, 670 p. 302 illus., 265 in color. http://www.springer.com/computer/image+processing/book/978-3-642-33417-7
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RT: #English #Linguistics - Morphological Analysis: said, had
 
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RT: #English #Linguistics - Morphological Analysis: "said", "had" = 'Morphological Tree'
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morphological forced analysis technique ppart 2
 
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morphological forced analysis technique ppart 2
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Requirements Engineering - Elicitation Techniques
 
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Brief overview of elicitation techniques frequently used in requirements engineering Table of Contents: 00:00 - Requirements Engineering:Elicitation Techniques 00:11 - Requirements elicitation techniques 00:21 - Requirements elicitation techniques 02:56 - Morphological box 04:23 - Mindmap 04:55 - Osborne Checklist 07:20 - 6 hats (De Bono) 09:19 - Requirements elicitation techniques
Square of Thoughts - Urban Morphology
 
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A short video presentation of a group project in the Urban Morphology course at Luleå University of Technology Autumn 2013.
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Morphological Parser
 
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Designing a Morphological Parser.
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Pugh Charts
 
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This video discusses Pugh charts and how they are used in the concept selection process.
NLP: Finite State Transducer for Morphological Parsing
 
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CS 301 -- Spring 2015 Presented by Mike M. and Jenny S.
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Urban Morphology Illustrator Tutorial Basics 1
 
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This video is not used for any commercial purposes. There will be more of these coming soon.
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http://www.cfar-m.com - Tackling Wicked Problems using General Morphological Analysis
 
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General Morphological Analysis is a process that involves the systematic investigation of ALL the components of large-scale problems, products or processes for scenario, strategy and new product development. An expert facilitation methodology with proprietary software is used to identify new, consistent, combinations of attributes that results in workable, in-house generated outcomes. The technique is used to unearth non-obvious opportunities for an organisation to solve complex, intractable problems.
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Building Morphology
 
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Biorthosis Morphology Optimization
 
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Our morphology optimization process provides a wide range of simulation options for controlling the complexity of both modeling and analysis of our Biorthosis appliances. This powerful software design tool has significantly improved both the standard of engineering designs and the methodology of the design process in our applications. Morphology Optimization - Powered by 3shape
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Levels of Language for Discourse Analysis
 
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An overview of the various levels of linguistic analysis that discourse analysts use in their work. Includes discussion and examples of phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics.
Karim Vahdat – Spatial- Morphological urban design
 
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Organizing masses and spaces in designing main structure of a city would be a challenging issue for most planers and designers .This video concentrate on combination of complicated dimensions by which integrated spaces could be formed.
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Advanced STAR Morphology Analysis Using the Columbus™ System and Harmony® Software
 
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Discover how advanced STAR morphological analysis can be used to calculate morphology properties and gain a more complete picture of the changes occurring in cells using PerkinElmer's Columbus™ Image Data Storage and Analysis System and Harmony® High Content Imaging and Analysis Software. In this short movie, you will learn how STAR morphology features can be used to objectively differentiate between cells going through a normal cell cycle, and those undergoing abnormal cell division, in order to identify genes involved in mitosis, and ultimately, cancer. Find out more about STAR Morphology Analysis at http://bit.ly/1fgu3bE
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morphological analysis the fox and the grapes
 
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this video aims to describe part of the morpohological analysis made to the text: the fox and the grapes focusing on derivations and inflections.
What is MORPHOLOGICAL BOX? What does MORPHOLOGICAL BOX mean? MORPHOLOGICAL BOX meaning
 
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What is MORPHOLOGICAL BOX? What does MORPHOLOGICAL BOX mean? MORPHOLOGICAL BOX meaning - MORPHOLOGICAL BOX definition - MORPHOLOGICAL BOX explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Morphological analysis was designed for multi-dimensional, non-quantifiable problems where causal modeling and simulation do not function well or at all. Fritz Zwicky developed this approach to seemingly non-reducible complexity (Zwicky, 1966, 1969). Using the technique of cross consistency assessment (CCA) (Ritchey, 2002), the system however does allow for reduction, not by reducing the number of variables involved, but by reducing the number of possible solutions through the elimination of the illogical solution combinations in a grid box. Robert A. Heinlein has his characters use a "Zwicky box" in Time Enough for Love, to figure out what's available to break the ennui of his 2000-year-old character. David Brin used "Zwicky Choice Boxes" in Sundiver as a means to help solve a murder mystery.
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Innomantra - Functional Innovation Methodology - Vary Tool
 
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The Functional Innovation is an integrated approach to creative ideation and problem solving which incorporates aspects from several well-known ideation and problem solving techniques. FI developed out of a research study that involved analysing 30,000+ recent innovations and 10,000+ highly cited patents in order to identify common patterns and develop useful heuristics. In the 1960s, Swiss Physicist Fritz Zwicky developed the method of ‘Morphological Analysis’ for complex problems. Around the same time, Soviet Scientist Genrich Altshuller formulated a method for systematic problem solving after reviewing more than 40,000 patent abstracts. FI methodology includes elements derived from these two approaches. It has also been influenced by the ‘Design Thinking' process introduced by Herbert Simon and the ‘Creative Problem Solving’ method pioneered by Alex Osborn. The Functional Innovation™ Methodology is customized to the products, process and business model that will enable participants to systematically generate ideas towards achieving innovation objectives identified by the client organisation.
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Lower Manhattan Urban Design Analysis
 
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This video analyzes the historic and morphological changes of Lower Manhattan from 1492 - Present Day. The research was conducted for an Urban Design Studio at the New York Institute of Technology.
Views: 866 Patrick Miller
Achim Menges "Performative Morphology in Architecture"
 
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"Performative Morphology in Architecture" Date:February 15th 2013 Lecturer: Achim Menges
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Chaitanya Malaviya: Neural Factor Graph Models for Cross-lingual Morphological Tagging
 
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Chaitanya Malaviya Title: Neural Factor Graph Models for Cross-lingual Morphological Tagging Abstract: Morphological analysis involves predicting the syntactic traits of a word (e.g. {POS: Noun, Case: Acc, Gender: Fem}). Previous work in morphological tagging improves performance for low-resource languages (LRLs) through cross-lingual training with a high-resource language (HRL) from the same family, but is limited by the strict---often false---assumption that tag sets exactly overlap between the HRL and LRL. In this paper we propose a method for cross-lingual morphological tagging that aims to improve information sharing between languages by relaxing this assumption. The proposed model uses factorial conditional random fields with neural network potentials, making it possible to (1) utilize the expressive power of neural network representations to smooth over superficial differences in the surface forms, (2) model pairwise and transitive relationships between tags, and (3) accurately generate tag sets that are unseen or rare in the training data. Experiments on four languages from the Universal Dependencies Treebank demonstrate superior tagging accuracies over existing cross-lingual approaches.
Why Do We Need a Typology
 
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An analytical typology can help you answer the question, building capability to do what? In this video, Lant Pritchett uses animals and buildings to illustrate how a typology of implementation capability can differ by appearance as well as by sector. For more see http://www.hks.harvard.edu/centers/cid/programs/building_state_capability or visit our blog http://wwwbuildingstatecapability.com/
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Lecture on Morphology pt. 2
 
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Lecture by Prof. Sanksshep Mahendra on Morphology
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Quantitative Morphology using Stereology
 
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In this video I describe a series of lectures that will allow one to design, carry out, and evaluate quantitative morphological studies based on modern stereological techniques.
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Lexis and Morphology - PowerPoint
 
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The term “lexis” comes from the ancient Greek for “word, speech”. In generative linguistics, a lexis is the complete set of all possible words in a language. It refers to the entire vocabulary of a language. In this sense, child, children, child’s and children’s are four different words in the English lexicon. In systemic functional linguistics, a lexis is the way one calls a particular thing or a kind of phenomenon. Since a lexis from a systemic functional perspective is a way of calling, it can be realized by multiple grammatical words such as ‘New York City’, ‘the white house’ and ‘heart attack’. Moreover, since a lexis is a way of calling, different words like child, children, child’s and children’s may realize same lexical item. Historically, traditional linguistics focused more on grammar and neglected lexis as a Linguist Bloomfield described lexis as “an appendix of grammar and the list of basic irregularities”. It was regarded as the province of dictionary-makers, not linguists. In the history of modern linguistics, since approximately in the middle of twentieth century, the treatment of lexis has evolved substantially by acknowledging to a greater degree the important and central role of words and lexicalized phrases in the mental representation of linguistic knowledge and in linguistic processing. (The Routledge handbook of applied Linguistics by James Simpson, Routledge: 2011) The word “morphology” comes from the Greek “morphe” for ‘form, structure’ and “logos” for ‘speech, word, reason, study’. Morphology is the study of internal structure of words, how they are formed and their relationship to other words in the same language. Moreover, it forms a core part of linguistic study today. It analyses the structure of words and parts of words such as stems, root words and affixes. It also looks at parts of speech, intonation and stress, and the ways the context can change a word’s pronunciation and meaning. Morphology as a sub-discipline of linguistics was named for the first time in 1859 by the German linguist August Schleicher. The history of morphological analysis goes back to the ancient Indian linguist Panini who formulated the 3,959 rules of Sanskrit morphology by using a constituency grammar. The Greco-Roman grammatical tradition also engaged in morphological analysis.
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