analysability

analysability

(ˌænəˌlaɪzəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the capacity of something or someone to be analysed
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This line of thought is in accordance with theoretical constructs such as Langacker's analysability (Langacker 1987; Langacker 2000) as well as L2 studies on the nature of implicit vs.
Especially for those expressions at the left boundary of the continuum, namely present participles of lexically stative predicates (especially predicates with lexicalised predication of qualities), and resultative perfect participles, which are most adjective-like, a decrease in analysability, whereby the participle acquires 'unit status' (cf.
The second reason for the lower rate of loss of primitive adjectives is related to the nature of these adjectives and, more specifically, to their degree of atomicity and analysability and their formal and semantic contribution to hyponymy as shown by derivational paradigms.
the creation of analysability and therefore culture is both a proto- and metaobject at the same time; it is both immediate and mediated.
Examining the link between leader-member exchange and subordinate performance: the role of task analysability and variety as moderators.
Idiom comprehension in children: Are the effects of semantic analysability and context separable?
Third, finally, with regard to the kind of data investigated in this paper, I want to raise specific interest for the intensified study of creative as well as other types of less conventional language use in order to gain a better insight in the way cognitive mechanisms of construal (metaphor, metonymy, analysability, figure/ground alignment etc.
The usability of system development techniques Analysability User consciousness High Low High Specification Modeling Low Prototyping Situation based Table 2.
analysable French suffixes, seems to be sufficiently large at that time to warrant analysability.
Subsequently, accounting systems had been gradually introduced which enabled greater analysability of BR's operations.
As Ungerer (2007) remarks, compositionality denotes an objective relationship that holds between the composite and its components, while analysability is concerned with the psycholinguistic perspective of the language user, i.