Formal and Empirical Issues in Optimality Theoretic Syntax

 
 
Centre for the Study of Language & Information (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 4. September 2001
 
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  • 429 Seiten
978-1-57586-244-6 (ISBN)
 
A collection of papers which involve a new approach to syntax bringing together Optimality Theory and Lexical-Functional Grammar.
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Miriam Butt is professor for general and computational linguistics at the University of Konstanz. Tracy Holloway King is principal scientist in Adobe's Sensei and Search organization, focusing on natural language processing.
Miriam Butt is professor for general and computational linguistics at the University of Konstanz. Tracy Holloway King is principal scientist in Adobe's Sensei and Search organization, focusing on natural language processing.
Introduction Joan Bresnan; 1. Linking, optionality, and ambiguity in Marathi: an optimality theory account Ash Asudeh; 2. The emergence of the unmarked order Hanjung Lee; 3. Phrase structure, information structure, and the mismatch resolution Hye-Won Choi; 4. Case and word order in Fore (still under revision) Cathryn Donohue; 5. Kashmiri case clitics and person hierarchy effects Devyani Sharma; 6. Yukiko Morimoto; 7. An architecture for OT-based linking theory in LFG Anette Frank, Mary Dalrymple and Miriam Butt; 8. Two ways of formalizing OT Syntax in the LFG framework Jonas Kuhn; 9. Optimality theory style constraint ranking in large-scale LFG grammars Anette Frank, Tracy Holloway King, Jonas Kuhn and John Maxwell.

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