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Confs: Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar/MI USA

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Message 1: HPSG-2003 preliminary program

Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 07:20:46 +0100 (BST)
From: Borsley R D <rborsleyessex.ac.uk>
Subject: HPSG-2003 preliminary program


HPSG-2003
10th International Conference on
Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar
East Lansing, Michigan, USA
July 18-20, 2003

The 10th International Conference on HPSG will take place on 18-20
July 2003 at Michigan State University, East Lansing (held in
conjunction with the 2003 Linguistic Institute). The preliminary
program is as follows:


Friday, July 18:

3.30 Welcome
3.35 Dan Flickinger (Stanford University) and Francis Bond (NTT
 Communication Science Labs), A two-rule analysis of measure noun
 phrases
4.10 John Beavers (Stanford University), More heads and less
categories: a new look at noun phrase structure
4.10 Frank Van Eynde (K.U.Leuven), On the notion `determiner'
5:20-5:35 break
5.35 Anne Abeille and Daniele Godard (Universite Paris 7), The
syntactic flexibility of adverbs: French degree adverbs
6.10 Robert Malouf (San Diego State University) A quantitative look at
 mixed category constructions
Evening: all-institute party

Saturday, July 19:

9.00 Peter Sells (Stanford University), Negatives of imperatives
9.35 Luis Paris (University at Albany, SUNY) and Jean-Pierre Koenig
 (University at Buffalo, SUNY), What does it mean to be a
complement?
10.10 Incheol Choi and Stephen Wechsler (University of Texas at Austin),
 The Korean dative
10.45-11.00 break
11.00 Gerald Penn and Kenneth Hoetmer (University of Toronto), In search
 of epistemic primitives in the English Resource Grammar (or why HPSG
 can't live without higher-order datatypes)
11.35 Andreas Kathol (University of California Berkeley), Cooperating
 constructions in Lai "lexical insertion"
12.10 David Yoshikazu Oshima and Roger Levy (Stanford University),
 Non-transitive information flow in Japanese noun-classifier
matching
12.45-14.15 lunch break
14.15 Jean-Pierre Koenig (University at Buffalo, SUNY) and Anthony Davis
 (Streamsage, Inc), Semantically transparent linking in HPSG
14.50 Jeffrey T. Runner (University of Rochester) and Raul Aranovich
 (University of California Davis), Noun incorporation and rule
 interaction in the lexicon
15.25 Stefan Mueller (DFKI Saarbrcken), Object-to-subject-raising and
 lexical rule: an analysis of the German passive
16.00-16.15 break
16.15 Kei Yoshimoto and Masahiro Kobayashi (Tohoku University),
Floating quantifiers in Japanese as non-floating anaphora
16.50 Mohammad Haji-Abdolhosseini (University of Toronto), A
 constraint-based approach to information structure and prosody
 correspondence
17.25 Jeanette Gundel (University of Minnesota) Information structure:
 how much belongs in the grammar?
Evening: no-host conference dinner

Sunday, July 20:

9.00 Robert D. Levine (Ohio State University) and Ivan A. Sag
(Stanford University), Some empirical issues in the grammar of extraction
9.35 Vanessa Metcalf (Ohio State University), A linearization account
of Spanish obligatory subject NP inversion
10.10 Florian Jaeger (Stanford University), Multiple wh-questions,
 superiority, and clitic doubling in colloquial Bulgarian: A
 construction-based HPSG account
10.45-11.00 break
11.00 Olivier Bonami (Universite Rennes 2) and Daniele Godard
(Universite Paris 7), Incidental adjuncts: an overlooked type of
adjunction
11.35 Gosse Bouma (Rijskuniversiteit Groningen), Word order and scope
of adjuncts in Dutch
12.10 Anke Holler (University of Heidelberg and TEMIS Deutschland), An
 HPSG analysis of the non-integrated wh-relative clauses in German
12.45-14.00 lunch break
14.00 business meeting
14.30 David Schlangen and Alex Lascarides (University of Edinburgh), A
 compositional and constraint-based approach to non-sentential
 utterances
15.05 Matthew Purver and Jonathan Ginzburg (King's College London),
 Clarifying noun phrase semantics
15.40 Eun-Jung Yoo (Seoul National University), Specificational
 pseudoclefts in English
16.15-16.30 break
16.30 Chan Chung (Dongseo University) and Jong-Bok Kim (Kyung Hee
 University), English word order asymmetries in left-pheripheral
 constructions
17.05 Kordula De Kuthy and Detmar Meurers (Ohio State University), The
 secret life of focus exponents, and what it tells us about fronted
 verbal projections
17.40 Michael K. Tanenhaus (University of Rochester) Interactions with
 context in language comprehension: implications and challenges
18.40 end of conference

Questions on conference arrangements: Ivan Sag, sagcsli.Stanford.EDU

Website: http://hpsg.stanford.edu/2003

Prof. Robert D. Borsley
Department of Language and Linguistics
University of Essex
Wivenhoe Park
COLCHESTER CO4 3SQ, UK

rborsleyessex.ac.uk
tel: +44 1206 873762
fax: +44 1206 872198
http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~rborsley
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