Natural Language Parsing and Linguistic Theories

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U. Reyle, Christian Rohrer
Springer Science & Business Media, 1988 - Computers - 482 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
SEPARATING LINGUISTIC ANALYSES FROM LINGUISTIC THEORIES
33
APPLICABILITY OF INDEXED GRAMMARS TO NATURAL LANGUAGES
69
RECONCILING THEORY WITH PRACTICE
95
AN EXTENSION OF LRPARSING FOR LEXICAL FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR
131
AN EFFICIENCYORIENTED LFG PARSER
149
PARSING WITH A GBGRAMMAR
177
COMBINING CATEGORIAL GRAMMAR AND UNIFICATION
202
ADJECTIF DETACHE IN LEXICAL FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR
262
SOME PROBLEMS OF COORDINATION IN GERMAN
289
GERMAN WORD ORDER AND UNIVERSAL GRAMMAR
317
NONLOCALDEPENDENCIES AND INFINITIVAL CONSTRUCTIONS IN GERMAN
356
GPSG AND GERMAN WORD ORDER
411
THE PROPER TREATMENT OF QUANTIFICATION IN ORDINARY NOUN PHRASES
432
COMPOSITIONAL SEMANTICS FOR LFG
448
INDEX
475

A FEATUREBASED CATEGORIAL MORPHOSYNTAX FOR JAPANESE
230

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