Formal Grammar: Theory and Implementation by Robert LevineFormal Grammar: Theory and Implementation by Robert Levine

Formal Grammar: Theory and Implementation

EditorRobert Levine

Paperback | April 30, 1999

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The second volume in the Vancouver Studies in Cognitive Science series, this collection presents recent work in the fields of phonology, morphology, semantics, and neurolinguistics. Its overall theme is the relationship between the contents of grammatical formalisms and their real-timerealizations in machine or biological systems. Individual essays address such topics as learnability, implementability, computational issues, parameter setting, and neurolinguistic issues. Contributors include Janet Dean Fodor, Richard T. Oehrle, Bob Carpenter, Edward P. Stabler, Elan Dresher,Arnold Zwicky, Mary-Louis Kean, and Lewis P. Shapiro.
Robert Levine is at Ohio State University.
Title:Formal Grammar: Theory and ImplementationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:448 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 1.14 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:019507310X

ISBN - 13:9780195073102

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Table of Contents

1. J.D. Fodor: Learnability of Phrase Structure GrammarsJ.M. Gawron: Comment2. R.T. Oehrle: Dynamic Categorial GrammarP. Jacobson: Comment3. B. Carpenter: Categorial Grammars, Lexical Rules, and the English Predicative4. E.P. Stabler, Jr.: Implementing Government Binding TheoriesV. Dahl: Comment5. B.E. Dresher: A Learning Model for a Parametric Theory in PhonologyK. Church: Comment6. A.M. Zwickey: Some Choices in the Theory of Morphology7. S. Crain and H. Hamburger: Semantics, Knowledge, and NP Modification8. M.-L. Kean: On the Development of Biologically Real Models of Human Linguistic Capacity9. L.P. Shapiro: Properties of Lexical Entries and Their Real-Time Implementation