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By Geoffrey Dutton;G. H. Dutton

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Whilst spatial facts is digitized to be used in geographic details structures and different software program, information regarding its unique scale, answer and accuracy is often misplaced. consequently, utilizing such info at various scales and mixing it with info from different resources can be tricky. Mapping vector info at smaller than the unique scale calls for its generalization, that is frequently dealt with through post-processing in ways in which are just weakly supported via databases. The versions and strategies defined during this e-book triumph over many such difficulties via supplying a multi-resolution info illustration that enables retrieval of map info at a hierarchy of scales, in addition to documenting the accuracy of each spatial coordinate.

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3SG) same meaning as (12) (Hagège 1993a: 180) This loss of the case suffix does not prevent sapannga from maintaining a syntactic relationship with the adjective, and, thus, from behaving like a part of a peninsula, instead of behaving like a part of an island, as could be expected, due to incorporation. It could be objected, of course, that only ethnocentric-minded lin­ guists can claim that a structure like (13), with both incorporation and peninsularity, is a very complex one, and that it is so viewed because it does not exist in European languages.

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Grammaticalization and its interpretation Another fundamental reason why syntax cannot be autonomous is that it is constantly fed by the lexicon. The lexicon itself is organized and reorganized according to the necessities of communication. This is clearly illustrated by the process known as grammaticalization. e. full words LANGUAGE AS A FACULTY 35 producing grammatical tools, by a modification of their meaning and restrictions on their syntactic use, accompanied, as the case may be, by some phonetic changes.

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