LINGUIST List 13.255

Wed Jan 30 2002

Qs: The Finite String, Palindrome/Contextualization

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  1. Jacqueline Leon, The Finite String
  2. mcm0008, Grad student seeking palindrome theory

Message 1: The Finite String

Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2002 21:29:17 +0200
From: Jacqueline Leon <jacqueline.leonlinguist.jussieu.fr>
Subject: The Finite String

I am a researcher in the History of Language Sciences, and I am in 
charge of a research program on the history of machine translation 
and computational linguistics.
I need to consult the newsletter of the Association for Computational 
Linguistics, The Finite String, published from 1965 to 1974. 
Precisely I need to consult the issues from 1965 to 1968 (included) 
which I cannot find in French libraries.
Could anyone lend me these issues. I could make copies and send them 
back to him/her?
Thanks in advance.


Jacqueline L�on
Charg�e de recherches CNRS
UMR7597, Histoire des Th�ories Linguistiques
Universit� Paris 7
case 7034
2 place Jussieu
75252 Paris cedex 05

jacqueline.leonlinguist.jussieu.fr

http://htl.linguist.jussieu.fr
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Message 2: Grad student seeking palindrome theory

Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2002 13:23:30 -0600
From: mcm0008 <mcm0008unt.edu>
Subject: Grad student seeking palindrome theory

Hello. I'm a Master's Student at the University of North Texas, and
I'm writing a thesis over the contextualization of palindromes.

I plan to address how the mind places language fragments into context
the same way it bridges gaps in search of meaning.

I seek relevant theory, past or present. 

Any suggestions?

Michael.
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