Varieties of Morphology

An infinite variety of possible forms, though not all forms are possible.

Introduction: Morphology, Shape and Phylogenetics, N. Macleod and P. Forey

1: Homology, Characters and Continuous Variables, C.J. Humphries
2: Quantitative Characters, Phylogenies, and Morphometrics, J. Felsenstein
3: Scaling, Polymorphism and Cladistic Analysis, T.C. Rae
4: Overlapping Variables in Botanical Systems, G. Reid and K. Sidwell
5: Comparability, Morphometrics and Phylogenetic Systematics, D.L. Swiderski, M.L. Zelditch, and W.L. Fink
6: Phylogenetic Signals in Morphometric Data, N. Macleod
7: Creases as Morphometric Characters, F.L. Bookstein
8: Geometric Morphometrics and Phylogeny, F.J. Rohlf
9: A Parametric Bootstrap Approach to the Detection of Phylogenetic Signals in Landmark Data, T.M. Cole III, S. Lele, and J.T. Richtsmeier
10: Phylogenetic Tests for Differences in Shape and the Importance of Divergence Times: Eldredge’s Enigma Explored, P.D. Polly
11: Ancestral States and Evolutionary Rates of Continuous Characters, A.J. Webster and A. Purvis
12: Modelling the Evolution of Continuously Varying Characters on Phylogenetic Trees: The Case of Hominid Cranial Capacity

1: Introduction
2: Introduction to word-structure 1
3: Types of morphemes
4: Productivity in word-formation
5: Introducing lexical morphology
6: Insights from lexical morphology
7: Lexical morphology : an appraisal
8: Templatic morphology
9: Templatic and prosodic morphology
10: Optimality theory and morphology
11: Inflectional morphology
12: Morphological mapping of grammatical functions
13: The interpretation of the lexicon, morphology and syntax

1: On the History of the Problem
2: The Method and Material
3: The Functions of Dramatis Personae
4: Assimiliations
5: Some Elements of the Tale
6: The Distribution of Functions Among Personae
7: Ways in Which New Characters Are Introduced Into the Course of Action
8: Attributes of Dramatis Personae and their Significance
9: The Tale as a Whole

Part I Complex Structured Condensed Matter

1: Spatial Statistics and Micromechanics of Materials, Dominique Jeulin
2: Characterising the Morphology of Disordered Materials, Christoph H. Arns, Mark A. Knackstedt, Klaus R. Mecke
3: Topological Characterization of Porous Media
4: Nanotomography: Real-Space Volume Imaging with Scanning Probe Microscopy, Robert Magerle
5: Bicontinuous Surfaces in Self-assembling Amphiphilic Systems, Ulrich Schwarz, Gerhard Gompper
6: Morphology of Langmuir Monolayer Phases, Mathias Lösche and Peter Krüger
7: Spatial Order in Liquid Crystals:
8: Computer Simulations of Systems of Ellipsoids, Friederike Schmid, Nguyen H. Phuong
9: Two-Dimensional Fluid Foams at Equilibrium, Franois Graner

Part II Spatial Statistics and Morphology

1: Morphological Texture Analysis: An Introductio, Pierre Soille
2: Vector- and Tensor-Valued Descriptors for Spatial Patterns, Claus Beisbart, Robert Dahlke, Klaus Mecke, Herbert Wagner
3: Computational Topology for Point Data: Betti Numbers of α-Shapes, Vanessa Robins
4: The Euler Number of Discretized Sets – On the Choice of Adjacency in Homogeneous Lattices, Joachim Ohser, Werner Nagel, Katja Schladitz
5: Shape Statistics for Random Domains and Particles, Dietrich Stoyan, Ashot Davtyan, Daulet Turetayev
6: A Survey on Contact Distributions, Daniel Hug, G¨unter Last, Wolfgang Weil
7: Mark Correlations: Relating Physical Properties to Spatial Distributions, Claus Beisbart, Martin Kerscher, Klaus Mecke
8: Spatial Jump Processes and Perfect Simulation, Kasper K. Berthelsen, Jesper Møller, Statistics for Non-sparse Spatially 9) Homogeneous Gibbs Point Processes, Gunter Döge, Dietrich Stoyan
10: Spatial Statistics of a Turbulent Random Multiplicative Branching Process, Martin Greiner

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