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Dynamic syntax : the flow of language understanding

Dynamic syntax : the flow of language understanding (1회 대출)

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Kempson, Ruth M. Meyer-Viol, Wilfried. Gabbay, Dov M. , 1945-
서명 / 저자사항
Dynamic syntax : the flow of language understanding / Ruth Kempson, Wilfried Meyer-Viol, Dov Gabbay.
발행사항
Oxford [England] ;   Malden, Mass. :   Blackwell Publishers ,   2001.  
형태사항
xii, 348 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
0631176128 (alk. paper) 0631176136 (pbk. : alk. paper) 9780631176121
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. [326]-337) and indexes.
일반주제명
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax. Linguistic analysis (Linguistics)
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CONTENTS
Preface
1 Towards a Syntactic Model of Interpretation = 1
 1.1 Natural Language as a Formal Language? = 1
 1.2 Underspecification in Language Processing = 3
 1.3 The Representational Theory of Mind = 7
 1.4 Pronominal Anaphora : Semantic Problems = 9
  1.4.1 The Problem of Multiple Ambiguity = 9
  1.4.2 The Problem of Uniqueness = 12
  1.4.3 The Problem of Indirect Reference = 13
  1.4.4 Quantification = 15
  1.4.5 Syntactic Processes of Anaphora = 15
 1.5 The Anaphora Solution - Towards a Representational Account = 16
2 The General Framework = 18
 2.1 A Preliminary Sketch = 19
 2.2 The Data Structures of the Parsing Model = 27
  2.2.1 Atomic Formulae = 31
  2.2.2 Tree Modalities = 36
  2.2.3 Basic Tree Structures = 39
  2.2.4 Partial Tree Structures = 41
  2.2.5 Requirements = 42
  2.2.6 Descriptions of Tree Structures = 49
3 The Dynamics of Tree Building = 55
 3.1 The Parsing Process - A Sketch = 56
  3.1.1 A Basic Example = 56
  3.1.2 A Left-Dislocation Example = 64
  3.1.3 Verb-final Languages and the Grammar-parser Problem = 67
 3.2. The Parsing Process Defined = 76
  3.2.1 Computational Rules = 80
  3.2.2 Lexical Transitions = 89
  3.2.3 Pragmatic Actions and Lexical Constraints = 95
 3.3 Summary = 98
4 Linked Tree Structures = 103
 4.1 Relative Clauses - Preliminaries = 103
  4.1.1 The LINK Relation = 104
  4.1.2 The Data Reviewed = 105
 4.2 The Analysis - A Sketch for English = 109
  4.2.1 Defining Linked Tree Structures = 110
  4.2.2 Relativizers Annotating Unfixed Nodes = 111
 4.3 Relatives : Towards a Dynamic Typology = 121
  4.3.1 Relativizers Projecting a Requirement = 121
  4.3.2 Variation in Locality = 128
  4.3.3 Topic Structures and Relatives = 130
  4.3.4 Variation in Order - Head-final Relatives = 133
  4.3.5 Head-internal Relatives = 139
  4.3.6 The Potential for Lexical Variation = 142
 4.4 Genitive Constructions as LINK Structures = 144
 4.5 Summary = 148
5 Wh Questions : A General Perspective = 150
 5.1 Introduction = 150
 5.2 The Semantic Diversity of wh Questions = 151
  5.2.1 Scopal Properties of wh Expressions = 154
 5.3 Wh-initial vs wh-in-situ Structures = 156
  5.3.1 Wh-in-situ Structures = 158
  5.3.2 Wh-in-situ from a Dynamic Perspective = 161
 5.4 Expletive wh Structures = 163
  5.4.1 Partial Movement = 163
  5.4.2 Partial Movement as a Reflex of a Requirement = 169
 5.5 Wh Expressions and Scope Effects = 186
6 Crossover Phenomena = 190
 6.1 Crossover - The Problem = 190
 6.2 Crossover - The Dynamic Account = 196
  6.2.1 Crossover in Relatives = 196
  6.2.2 Crossover Phenomena in Questions = 213
 6.3 Summary = 221
7 Quantification Preliminaries = 223
 7.1 Introduction = 223
 7.2 Scope Effects and Indefinites = 224
 7.3 Quantification = 231
  7.3.1 Quantified NPs = 234
  7.3.2 Scope = 239
  7.3.3 Term Reconstructions = 245
  7.3.4 Applications - E-type Anaphora = 249
8 Reflections on Language Design = 253
 8.1 The Overall Perspective = 253
 8.2 Underspecification and the Formal Language Metaphor = 259
  8.2.1 English is not a Formal Language = 260
 8.3 Well-formedness and Availability of Interpretations = 262
 8.4 Universals and Language Variation = 264
 8.5 On Knowledge of Language = 266
9 The Formal Framework = 268
 9.1 Introduction = 268
 9.2 Declarative Structure = 273
  9.2.1 Feature-decorated Tree Construction = 273
  9.2.2 Goal-directedness = 291
  9.2.3 The Structure of Goal-directed Partial Tree Models = 297
  9.2.4 Tree Descriptions = 302
 9.3 Procedural Structure = 307
  9.3.1 Actions over Goal-directed Partial Tree Models = 308
  9.3.2 Natural Languages = 312
 9.4 Axioms = 317
  9.4.1 Finite Binary Trees = 317
  9.4.2 Partial Trees = 319
  9.4.3 Requirements = 320
  9.4.4 Actions = 321
  9.4.5 Partial Order = 322
  9.4.6 Logical Forms = 322
  9.4.7 Computational Rules = 323
  9.4.8 Update Actions = 325
  9.4.9 Pragmatic Actions = 325
Bibliography = 326
General Index = 338
Symbol Index = 347


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