Component analysis

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The component analysis is a method of linguistic semantic , which serves the meaning of words or morphemes in components d. H. semantic features or semes , to be broken down. The meaning of morphemes or words is then understood as a hierarchically ordered structure of such semantic components. Hundsnurscher (1970, 42) describes, for example, the meaning of “pond” through the features [-fluous], [+ standing], [+ natural], [-artificial], [-large], [+ small]. In this way, whole word fields can be described systematically.

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Wiktionary: component analysis  - explanations of meanings, word origins, synonyms, translations

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  1. ^ Franz Hundsnurscher: Newer Methods of Semantics. An introduction using German examples. Niemyer, Tübingen 1970. ISBN 3-484-25001-1