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Friday, 08 Feb 1991

Qs: Temporal connectives, Greek with MS Word

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  1. Michael Herweg, temporal connectives/prepositions
  2. Mari Olsen, Re: Replies: Fonts

Message 1: temporal connectives/prepositions

Date: 4 Feb 91 11:58 +0100
From: Michael Herweg <herwegrz.informatik.uni-hamburg.dbp.de>
Subject: temporal connectives/prepositions
Does anyone have information regarding current research on temporal connectives
and prepositions in language production (!!) and comprehension?

All references are most welcome, in particular regarding psycholinguistics, 
cognitive semantics, computational linguistics, AI, 
natural language generation and comprehension systems.

I have quite extensively studied the semantics of German temporal connectives
from a theoretical linguistics point of view. 

Michael Herweg
Universitaet Hamburg
FB Informatik
AB Wissens- und Sprachverarbeitung
Bodenstedtstr. 16
D-2000 Hamburg 50
Germany
herwegrz.informatik.uni-hamburg.dbp.de

Thanks a lot!
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Message 2: Re: Replies: Fonts

Date: Tue, 5 Feb 91 11:30:29 EST
From: Mari Olsen <molsenastrid.ling.nwu.edu>
Subject: Re: Replies: Fonts
Related to the Fonts question: How does one transliterate Greek with
MS Word? I'm using 3.0, which prohibits the *cedilla* from appearing
on vowels, as is used for the iota subscript. Also I've had to
substitute a '^' for the 'long vowel' sign, standardly a straight line
over the 'o', e.g. 

Mari Broman Olsen
Northwestern University
Linguistics Dept.
2016 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60208
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