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3 Morphological Tiers Finally, most autosegmental analyses assume that individual tiers can constitute independent morphemes. The following are a number of examples that have appeared in recent literature. Welmers (1973), for example, notes a case in Igbo where a particular tonal pattern acts as an inflectional morpheme. " The tone class determines the tonal pattern of the verb in certain tensesfor example, in the Narrative Negative. In other tenses, however, a uniform tone pattern appears, regardless of the tone class of individual verbs.
However, morphological analyses putatively done within the same framework often make the opposite assumption, namely, that a single distinctive feature can appear simultaneously on several tiers (see, for example, McCarthy 1979, 1981, 1986). I will first substantiate the claim that phonological and morphological analyses make contradictory assumptions about the duplication of features. I will then go on to show how this apparent difference can be resolved. Take as a typical phonological analysis within autosegmental theory Clements's (1984) analysis of the Kikuyu tone system.
Instead, let us assume that features may be freely duplicated on different tiers (that is, that the Principle of Exhaustive Partitioning is not a part of autosegmental theory at all), and that something like (26) acts as a filter on autosegmental representations in both phonology and morphology. Henceforth I will refer to (26) as the Duplicate Features Filter (the DFF). Page 21 It is, of course, not immediately obvious how the Duplicate Features Filter can serve to replace the Principle of Exhaustive Partitioning.
An integrated theory of autosegmental processes by Rochelle Lieber