Formal Grammar

15th and 16th International Conferences, FG 2010, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 2010, FG 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia, August 2011, Revised Selected Papers

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ISBN: 978-3-642-32023-1 (Print) 978-3-642-32024-8 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

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  2. Formal Grammar 2010: Contributed Papers

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      Pages 1-16

      Polarized Montagovian Semantics for the Lambek-Grishin Calculus

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      Pages 17-32

      Two Models of Learning Iterated Dependencies

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      Pages 33-49

      The Lambek-Grishin Calculus Is NP-Complete

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      Pages 50-65

      Resumption and Island-Hood in Hausa

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      Pages 66-81

      Iterated Dependencies and Kleene Iteration

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      Pages 82-96

      Property Grammar Parsing Seen as a Constraint Optimization Problem

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      Pages 97-113

      Reference-Set Constraints as Linear Tree Transductions via Controlled Optimality Systems

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      Pages 114-129

      Hyperintensional Dynamic Semantics

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      Pages 130-145

      Distinguishing Phenogrammar from Tectogrammar Simplifies the Analysis of Interrogatives

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      Pages 146-161

      Generalized Discontinuity

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      Pages 162-177

      Controlling Extraction in Abstract Categorial Grammars

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      Pages 178-191

      Plural Quantifications and Generalized Quantifiers

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      Pages 192-207

      Polynomial Time Learning of Some Multiple Context-Free Languages with a Minimally Adequate Teacher

  3. Formal Grammar 2011: Contributed Papers

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      Pages 208-227

      Locality and the Complexity of Minimalist Derivation Tree Languages

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      Pages 228-242

      Building a Formal Grammar for a Polysynthetic Language

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      Pages 243-261

      Eliminating Ditransitives

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      Pages 262-266

      Lambek Grammars with the Unit

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      Pages 267-286

      Resolving Plural Ambiguities by Type Reconstruction

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      Pages 287-306

      Weak Familiarity and Anaphoric Accessibility in Dynamic Semantics

  4. Back Matter

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