Formal Grammar: Theory and Implementation

Formal Grammar: Theory and Implementation

Formal Grammar: Theory and Implementation

Formal Grammar: Theory and Implementation

Synopsis

1. Learnability of Phrase Structure Grammars, J.D. Fodor Comment, J.M. Gawron 2. Dynamic Categorial Grammar, R.T. Oehrle Comment, P. Jacobson 3. Categorial Grammars, Lexical Rules, and the English Predicative, B. Carpenter 4. Implementing Government Binding Theories, E.P. Stabler, Jr. Comment, V. Dahl 5. A Learning Model for a Parametric Theory in Phonology, B.E. Dresher Comment, K. Church 6. Some Choices in the Theory of Morphology, A.M. Zwickey 7. Semantics, Knowledge, and NP Modification, S. Crain and H. Hamburger 8. On the Development of Biologically Real Models of Human Linguistic Capacity, M.-L. Kean 9. Properties of Lexical Entries and Their Real-Time Implementation, L.P. Shapiro
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