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Indirect coding

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Abstract

Morphologically and syntactically conditioned alternations indirectly code their conditioner. The distinction between semantic information that is coded by a property of an expression and semantic information that conditions and constrains a property of an expression brings rigor into linguistic description and makes us understand an important mechanism of interpretation and reanalysis of linguistic structure. The paper provides a theoretical basis for describing indirect coding both on the paradigmatic and on the syntagmatic axis, but then focuses on syntagmatically mediated coding.

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