monostratal

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

mono- +‎ stratal

AdjectiveEdit

monostratal (not comparable)

  1. composed of or organized as a single stratum.
    1972, David G. Lockwood, Introduction to Stratificational Linguistics, ISBN 015546213X, page 232:
    [] a difference of 18 in favor of the monostratal version. To date this model has yet to see any extensive degree of application, but it seems that there []
    2009, William D. Lewis; Simin Karimi, Heidi Harley, Time and again: Theoretical perspectives on formal linguistics in honor of D. Terrence Langendoen, ISBN 9027255180, page 220:
    First, it is a monostratal model that does not require transduction. Hence it enjoys the full restrictiveness of finite state automata over transducers.
Last modified on 17 July 2009, at 21:03