LINGUIST List 2.301

Tuesday, 18 June 1991

Qs: Reference, Prolog, ALLC

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  1. David Denison, Reference wanted
  2. , Prolog Programming
  3. Malcolm Ross, Query re Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing

Message 1: Reference wanted

Date: Mon, 17 Jun 91 15:34:17 BST
From: David Denison <MFCEPDD%CMS.MCC.AC.UKRICEVM1.RICE.EDU>
Subject: Reference wanted
Can anyone help me trace a fairly recent published paper (within last
two years or so) on the basis of the following, deplorably scrappy
recollection?
 The paper was either in English or in Dutch, and it included a
footnote which poured scorn on the idea that modal verb + directional
adverbial (as in Modern German, Dutch, and earlier English,
e.g. Murder will out) should be analysed as involving ellipsis of a
verb of motion.
 Belatedly I would like to reread the piece - but what the heck was it?
Thanks if you can help.
 David Denison (Dept of English, Manchester)
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Message 2: Prolog Programming

Date: Mon, 17 Jun 91 19:30:19 +0200
From: <dings%et.kuleuven.ac.beRICEVM1.RICE.EDU>
Subject: Prolog Programming
I just read that the main public domain collection of Prolog programming
tricks is the PROLOG LIBRARY on the Arpanet at Stanford.
Can someone tell me how I can get at it from a site which has no internet
ftp facility?
Many thanks,
Jan Dings
Eurotra-B
Maria-Theresiastraat, 21
B-3000 Leuven (Belgium)
Tel: +32-16-285084
E-mail: dingset.kuleuven.ac.be
Fax: +32-16-285025
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Message 3: Query re Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing

Date: Tue, 18 Jun 91 14:31:53 +1000
From: Malcolm Ross <mdr412%coombs.anu.edu.auRICEVM1.RICE.EDU>
Subject: Query re Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing
I would like to obtain an address and maybe some information about the
Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing. Can anyone help?
Malcolm Ross
mdr412coombs.anu.edu.au
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