LINGUIST List 4.497

Thu 24 Jun 1993

Qs: Ohio, Reflexives, Stress, SQL Databases, Speech

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  1. , LSA Linguistic Institute e-mail address
  2. , Emphatic Reflexives.
  3. Geoffrey Russom, Re: 4.459 Stress Question
  4. Albert Llorens, Natural language access to SQL databases
  5. N o s t a l g i a, On the Definition of "natural speech phenomenon"

Message 1: LSA Linguistic Institute e-mail address

Date: Thu, 24 Jun 93 11:10:25 +0LSA Linguistic Institute e-mail address
From: <ursula.doleschalwu-wien.ac.at>
Subject: LSA Linguistic Institute e-mail address

I have an urgent query as to the e-mail address of the LSA Linguistic
Institute at OSU. I would like to contact some students there, but do not
know whether 1) students do have access to e-mail and 2) what the address
would be. I would be grateful for some help!
Ursula Doleschal Tel.: ++43-1-31336 4115
Inst. f. Slawische Sprachen Fax: ++43-1-31336 744
Wirtschaftsuniv. Wien
Augasse 9 Austria
1090 Wien Europe
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Message 2: Emphatic Reflexives.

Date: Mon, 21 Jun 93 15:43 BST
From: <SCW1VAXA.YORK.AC.UK>
Subject: Emphatic Reflexives.


I have a friend here at York Uni. (U.K) who wants recent work in any
syntactical framework (esp. GB and HPSG) concerning Emphatic Reflexives
(e.g. "he, himself went to the shop"). Could all replys be posted to:

FMS3uk.ac.york.

Many thanks in advance.
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Message 3: Re: 4.459 Stress Question

Date: Mon, 21 Jun 93 16:07:49 EDRe: 4.459 Stress Question
From: Geoffrey Russom <EL403015BROWNVM.brown.edu>
Subject: Re: 4.459 Stress Question


I am interested in two ideas about stress, and would appreciate any
references to recent work, especially within metrical phonology:

(1) The expected degree of stress subordination may not occur when the
subordinate constituent is "distant" (in some appropriate sense) from the
dominant constituent.

(2) Among languages employing stress, some have a "stronger" stress than
others (in some appropriate sense). When stress is "stronger" in this sense,
syllables that undergo stress subordination are more likely to become
unstressed and unstressed syllables are more likely to be lost.

Thanks.

Rick Russom (EL403015BROWNVM)
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Message 4: Natural language access to SQL databases

Date: Tue, 22 Jun 93 17:05:47 +0Natural language access to SQL databases
From: Albert Llorens <albertlcentral.sussex.ac.uk>
Subject: Natural language access to SQL databases


Does anybody know any references on natural language access to SQL databases?
I have just started searching, and I have not found much up to now.

I will appreciate any help. Thanks in advance.

Albert Llorens
University of Sussex
albertlcogs.sussx.ac.uk
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Message 5: On the Definition of "natural speech phenomenon"

Date: Sat, 19 Jun 1993 11:45:33 On the Definition of "natural speech phenomenon"
From: N o s t a l g i a <matsudalinc.cis.upenn.edu>
Subject: On the Definition of "natural speech phenomenon"


Dear netters,

Does anybody know any work done for defining what is usually called "natural
speech phenomenon" -- their common characteristics, features, etc for diferent
levels of grammar (e.g. phonology, morphology and syntax)? Any ideas from any
perspectives will be welcome.

Thanks,

Kenjiro Matsuda
Dept. of Linguistics
619 Williams Hall
Univ. of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6305
Email: matsudalinc.cis.upenn.edu
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