LINGUIST List 4.1011

Mon 29 Nov 1993

Qs: Canadian Languages, Context Free Grammar, Malay, Citation

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  1. Ron Smyth, native studies/lg. acquisition
  2. , Q: Context free grammars with regular expressions
  3. Paul Wu, Querry: Malay Dictionary and Morphology
  4. Karen Ward, Query: Morrow et al, 1991

Message 1: native studies/lg. acquisition

Date: Sun, 28 Nov 93 14:09:43 ESnative studies/lg. acquisition
From: Ron Smyth <smythlake.scar.utoronto.ca>
Subject: native studies/lg. acquisition

For our upcoming native studies week, I would like to present something in
my language acquisition course on the acquisition of native languages that
are spoken in Canada. Please send suggestions to smythlake.scar.utoronto.ca
Ron Smyth
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Message 2: Q: Context free grammars with regular expressions

Date: Fri, 26 Nov 93 15:01:46 ESQ: Context free grammars with regular expressions
From: <Alexis_Manaster_RamerMTS.cc.Wayne.edu>
Subject: Q: Context free grammars with regular expressions

Does anybody know who introduced regular expressions, such as the
Kleene star (as in a rule like NP -> NP (CONJ NP)*) into context-
free grammars?
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Message 3: Querry: Malay Dictionary and Morphology

Date: Mon, 29 Nov 93 14:02:06+08Querry: Malay Dictionary and Morphology
From: Paul Wu <paulwuiss.nus.sg>
Subject: Querry: Malay Dictionary and Morphology


Hi, there,

 Anybody knows of work on machine readable/tractable dictionary and
computational morphology for Malay?

Thanks,
Paul
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Message 4: Query: Morrow et al, 1991

Date: Mon, 29 Nov 93 05:36 PST
From: Karen Ward <wardkcse.ogi.edu>
Subject: Query: Morrow et al, 1991


An anonymous reviewer has mentioned an analysis of Air Traffic Control
(TRACON) conversations by "Morrow et al, 1991." I would very much like
to find this study, but with only the above information our reference
librarians have not been able to find anything plausible.

Do any of you recognize this study? A full citation would be ideal,
but at this point I'd be appreciative of even an additional clue:
author's full name, co-authors' names, a vague recollection of where
you might have seen this study, etc.

Thanks!

Karen Ward (wardkcse.ogi.edu)
Dept of Computer Science and Engineering
Oregon Graduate Institute, Beaverton, OR USA
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