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by Richard T. Oehrle,E. Bach,Deirdre Wheeler

eBook Categorial Grammars and Natural Language Structures (Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy) download ISBN: 1556080301
Author: Richard T. Oehrle,E. Bach,Deirdre Wheeler
Publisher: Springer; 1988 edition (March 31, 1988)
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Richard T. Oehrle, E. Bach, Deirdre Wheeler. For the most part, the papers collected in this volume stern from presentations given at a conference held in Tucson over the weekend of May 31 through June 2, 1985. The advice we received from Susan Steele on organizational matters proved invaluable and had many felicitous consequences for the success of the con- ference.

Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy. Semantic Categories and the Development of Categorial Grammars. RICHARD T OEHRLE MultiDimensional Compositional. 349. CARL J POLLARD Categorial Grammar and Phrase Struc. 391. MARK STEEDMAN Combinators and Grammars 417.

In defense of passive. Linguistics and Philosophy 4. 517–558. Karttunen, L. (1989). In Baltin, M. & Kroch, A. (eds), Alternative conceptions of phrase structure. The mathematics of sentence structure. American Mathematical Monthly 65. 154–169. Partee, B. & Rooth, M. (1983). Generalized conjunction and type ambiguity. Steedman, M. J. (1985)

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For the most part, the papers collected in this volume stern from presentations given at a conference held in Tucson over the weekend of May 31 through June 2, 1985. We wish to record our gratitude to the participants in that conference, as well as to the National Science Foundation (Grant No. BNS-8418916) and the University of Arizona SBS Research Institute for their financial support. The advice we received from Susan Steele on organizational matters proved invaluable and had many felicitous consequences for the success of the con­ ference. We also would like to thank the staff of the Departments of Linguistics of the University of Arizona and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst for their help, as weIl as a number of individuals, including Lin Hall, Kathy Todd, and Jiazhen Hu, Sandra Fulmer, Maria Sandoval, Natsuko Tsujimura, Stuart Davis, Mark Lewis, Robin Schafer, Shi Zhang, Olivia Oehrle-Steele, and Paul Saka. Finally, we would like to express our gratitude to Martin Scrivener, our editor, for his patience and his encouragement. Vll INTRODUCTION The term 'categorial grammar' was introduced by Bar-Rillel (1964, page 99) as a handy way of grouping together some of his own earlier work (1953) and the work of the Polish logicians and philosophers Lesniewski (1929) and Ajdukiewicz (1935), in contrast to approaches to linguistic analysis based on phrase structure grammars.
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