An Interdisciplinary Model of Context Morphology
Using an abstract graph model we describe a hypothetical transformation of a literary entity through the active connections in the graph. First, we weakly define a set of transformations (“morphology”) over a particular entity as a series of the recent activities distinguishing them into categories according to their effect on the entity. Second, to our conjecture, the emerging paths of forms are slowly abandoning the original “birth context”, shaping a decreased, cleaned set of entities, to replace the gap with entities derived from the dynamic set of “recipient context”.
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