Morphological Complex

Morphological Complex

 

or morphogenetic type of relief, a regular combination of genetically related forms of the earth’s surface characteristic of a definite type of natural environment. Examples are the complexes of relief forms in deserts, tundras, and karst regions.

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In general, we expect ambiguities to occur, and in fact we are interested in all possible parses that lead to a complete analysis of a morphological complex word.