<morphology>

The element morphology identifies a <TAN-mor> file that defines the parts of speech for a language, the codes for those parts, and the rules for combining them

Formal Definition

~ed-stamp?, 
   (~inclusion | 
      (@xml:id, <for-lang>*, (@which | 
         
            (@href | (<IRI>, ~metadata-human, <checksum>*, <location>+)))))

Defined at: TAN-A-lm.rng

Used by: ~definition-non-class-2

Example 8.158. <morphology>

      <definitions>
         .........
         <lexicon xml:id="new">
            .........
         </lexicon>
         <morphology xml:id="Perseus">
            <for-lang>grc</for-lang>
            <IRI>tag:kalvesmaki.com,2014:tan-r-mor:grc:perseus</IRI>
            <name xml:lang="eng">Perseus Greek morphology</name>
            .........
         </morphology>
         <group-type xml:id="status" which="status"/>
         .........
      </definitions>


[Note]Note

Taken from ar.cat.grc.1949.minio-paluello-sem-TAN-LM-sample

Example 8.159. <morphology>

      <definitions>
         <morphology xml:id="penn" ed-when="2015-08-20-04:00" ed-who="park">
            <IRI>tag:kalvesmaki.com,2014:tan-r-mor:eng:penn</IRI>
            <name>Penn Treebank tag set</name>
            <location href="../TAN-mor/eng.kalvesmaki.com%2C2014.2.xml" when-accessed="2015-11-03-05:00"/>
         </morphology>
         <lexicon xml:id="english">
            .........
         </lexicon>
         .........
      </definitions>


[Note]Note

Taken from ring-o-roses.eng.1881.lm