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      Regular and polyregular theories of reduplication

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      Glossa: a journal of general linguistics
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          We explore the generative capacity of morphological theories of reduplication. We computationally classify theories of reduplication using a hierarchy of string-to-string function classes. Reduplication as a process requires only the regular class of functions. We show that various morphological theories necessarily treat it as a more expressive polyregular function, while others maintain regularity. We discuss the significance of this formal result for reduplicative functions and recognition.

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                Journal
                Glossa: a journal of general linguistics
                Open Library of the Humanities
                2397-1835
                January 2 2023
                January 6 2023
                : 8
                : 1
                Affiliations
                [1 ]San Jose State University
                [2 ]Stony Brook University
                [3 ]University of Wisconsin
                Article
                10.16995/glossa.8885
                92ec206a-d1c8-46a8-889c-2df426ae3bd5
                © 2023

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