LINGUIST List 2.653

Mon 14 Oct 1991

Qs: Indo-European, Diachronic syntax, C source code

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  1. Anthony Aristar, Indo-European
  2. Michael Earl Darnell, query
  3. David Bennett, Wanted: C source code to a natural language parser

Message 1: Indo-European

Date: Mon, 14 Oct 91 13:22 CDT
From: Anthony Aristar <e311aatamuts.tamu.edu>
Subject: Indo-European
I'm due to teach an introductory course on Indo-European linguistics next
semester, and I've been able to find very little that's recent enough
and yet suitable for a course at this level. If anyone has any suggestions
on this I'd be grateful to hear them.
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Message 2: query

Date: Mon, 14 Oct 91 10:10:50 CDT
From: Michael Earl Darnell <darnellcsd4.csd.uwm.edu>
Subject: query
Could anyone out there point out any very recent, or forthcoming, work in
the area of diachronic syntax, or typological work done within a language
family? I'm starting some comparative work on Salish languages (amerindian
languages in the northwest u.s. and British Columbia) and anything that
hasn't made someone's bibliography somewhere would be helpful.
Thanks in advance.
Mike Darnell
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Message 3: Wanted: C source code to a natural language parser

Date: Tue, 15 Oct 91 1:31:36 WST
From: David Bennett <guddtuniwa.uwa.oz.au>
Subject: Wanted: C source code to a natural language parser
	I have been looking (unsucessfully) for the past few weeks for
some C source code to a Natural language parser in C. I am wanting to
add some sort of cleverish (in fact in simplish is better then nothing)
natural lanuage processing to a MUD I am currently writing. I am not
relishing having to write the entire thing so if anyone out there
actually has source code to something along these line I would be
aprecative.
Thank you (in advance (grin))
David.
[DDT] Pink fish forever.
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