MORPHOLOGY: a notion which DiSciullo & Williams adopt from
Categorial Grammar to express relationships between entities.
EXAMPLE: if one wishes to express the idea that y is the
sister of x, the property 'sister of' can be formalized by using a functor, say F, and write 'y=F(x)'. See Function composition.
|LIT.||Di Sciullo, A. M. and E. Williams (1987)|