LINGUIST List 10.1165

Thu Aug 5 1999

Qs: References Needed, Tutorial Agents, Word Units

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Directory

  1. Nikolinka Nenova, English for Specific Purposes bibliography
  2. Karen Smith, NLP and Tutorial Agents
  3. Alexandra Aikhenvald, Phonological and grammatical words

Message 1: English for Specific Purposes bibliography

Date: Wed, 04 Aug 1999 18:19:30 +0100
From: Nikolinka Nenova <Nikolinka.Nenovaucd.ie>
Subject: English for Specific Purposes bibliography

Hi,
I am doing my MA thesis in the area of applied linguistics but I am having
difficulties in finding the literature that I need.
Does anyone have any references on acquisition of English for Specific
Purposes?
Any publications related to multimedia exercises, systems and applications
used for language acquisition as well as any papers related to English for
Specific Purposes are more than welcome.
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Message 2: NLP and Tutorial Agents

Date: Wed, 04 Aug 1999 10:46:51 -1000
From: Karen Smith <smithkarhtdc.org>
Subject: NLP and Tutorial Agents

To The Readers,

I am currently in the process of doing research for several grants dealing
with intelligent tutoring systems. Tutorial Agent technology is well known
among both theoretical linguists and computational linguists as technology
that requires a background in one or more of the following areas: syntax,
semantics, pragmatics and more. It is a good area of research and a good
area for jobs for both theoretical and computational linguists. I have a
long list of sources that I have found related to intelligent tutoring
systems which can be obtained by any interested parties via personal
correspondence with me. I was wondering if anyone could point me towards
any current literature on this subject? Any help is appreciated.
						Sincerely, 
							Karen Smith
							Linguist
							Ergo Linguistic Technologies
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Message 3: Phonological and grammatical words

Date: Thu, 5 Aug 1999 13:04:25 +1100
From: Alexandra Aikhenvald <Sasha.Aikhenvaldanu.edu.au>
Subject: Phonological and grammatical words

We are studying languages for which it is appropriate to establish separate
units of phonological word and grammatical word. These sometimes coincide
but do not always do so. Can you direct us to reliable descriptions of
languages which recognise these two types of word, with explicit criteria?

Thanks in advance

Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald and R.M.W. Dixon

e-mail: sasha.aikhenvaldanu.edu.au


Professor Alexandra Aikhenvald
Associate Director
Research Centre for Linguistic Typology ANU
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Canberra ACT Australia 0200

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