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FYI: Lang & cognition yearbook, Computational articles

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  1. Ale de Boer, Yearbook Language and Cognition 3, University of Groningen, NL
  2. "William J. Rapaport", Computational Linguistics articles

Message 1: Yearbook Language and Cognition 3, University of Groningen, NL

Date: Wed, 15 Dec 1993 17:23:18 Yearbook Language and Cognition 3, University of Groningen, NL
From: Ale de Boer <dboerlet.rug.nl>
Subject: Yearbook Language and Cognition 3, University of Groningen, NL

LANGUAGE AND COGNITION 3. YEARBOOK 1992 OF THE RESEARCH GROUP FOR
THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL LINGUISTICS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
GRONINGEN

Recently, the third Yearbook of the Research Group for Theoretical and
Experimental Linguistics has appeared, entitled _Language and
Cognition 3_. The book contains 26 original contributions on a wide
variety of topics such as theoretical syntax, semantics and phonology,
cognitive linguistics, first and second language acquisition,
psycholinguistic research and computational linguistics.

The articles contained in the Yearbook are:

- Werner Abraham, The Focus Interface Hypothesis and the historical
decay of the verbal genitive in German
- Reineke Bok-Bennema, Native prefixoids in Spanish
- Bert Bos, Looking for Text on the Internet
- Leonie Bosveld-de Smet, Indefinite subjects in French and the
stage-level versus individual-level predicates
- Elly van Gelderen, Gerunds in the early twentieth century
- Anastasia Giannakidou, KANENAS and TIPOTA: talking about nothing (or
anything) in Modern Greek
- Dicky Gilbers, Liquids
- Petra Hendriks, Comparatives and Monotonicity
- Jack Hoeksema, As (of) yet
- Helen de Hoop, Semantics and the N400
- Edith Kaan, Event-related brain potentials and the study of syntax
- Henny Klein, `Vrijwel', `nauwelijks' and the negative side of the absolute
- Wim Kosmeijer, The status of Agr in the Scandinavian languages
- Charlotte Koster, Pseudo-errors in the acquisition of pronominals
- Jan Koster, Structure-preservingness and the end of transformationalism
- Liesbeth Laport, Cognitive aspects of quantification
- Karen Lattewitz, A minimalist view on verb raising
- Klarien van der Linde, Vowel errors in Down's syndrome: deviation or delay
- Sjaak de Mey, RAMs and the possible world analysis of belief
- Arie Molendijk, Temporal Orientation
- Margaret Polomska and Herman Wekker, The problem of evidence in L2
acquisition
- Victor Sanchez Valencia, Ton van der Wouden and Frans Zwarts,
Polarity and the flow of time
- Jaume Sola, A uniform analysis of SELF elements
- Marjolijn Verspoor, To-infinitive and NP XP constructions: a
cognitive analysis
- Frank Wijnen en Gerard Bol, The escape from the infinitive stage
- Ron van Zonneveld, Tandem arguments

The Yearbook 1993 costs fl. 40,-- (US$ 21.00). This does not include
handling and postage (fl. 6,-- in the Netherlands, fl. 8,50 abroad).
Those of you who want to obtain a copy can send a message to
yearbooklet.rug.nl, or directly to Uitgeverij Passage, the publishing
company that takes care of the distribution of the Yearbook. (Address:
Uitgeverij Passage, P.O. Box 216, 9700 AE Groningen). There are also
some copies available of last year's yearbook, _Language and Cognition
2_, which costs fl. 37,50 (handling and postage not included, rates as
above). For more information, contact one of the editors or
yearbooklet.rug.nl.

The editors of _Language and Cognition 3_
Ale de Boer, Jelly de Jong and Rita Landeweerd
Department of English/Department of Linguistics/Department of Romance Languages
University of Groningen
Oude Kijk in 't Jatstraat 26
9712 EK Groningen
Phone: (050) 635623
e-mail: dboerlet.rug.nl, julialet.rug.nl, landewrdlet.rug.nl

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__________________________________________
Ale de Boer, Department of English, University of Groningen
Oude Kijk in 't Jatstraat 26 E-mail: dboerlet.rug.nl
9712 EK Groningen The Netherlands
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Message 2: Computational Linguistics articles

Date: Thu, 9 Dec 1993 09:50:23 -Computational Linguistics articles
From: "William J. Rapaport" <rapaportcs.Buffalo.EDU>
Subject: Computational Linguistics articles


 A GUIDE TO COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS ARTICLES IN
 THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, 2nd Edition

 Stuart C. Shapiro (editor) (John Wiley & Sons, 1992)

 compiled by:

 William J. Rapaport

 Department of Computer Science
 and Center for Cognitive Science
 State University of New York at Buffalo
 Buffalo, NY 14260
 rapaportcs.buffalo.edu

 AUTHOR TITLE PAGES

 Volume 1:

 Bookman, L. A.,
 & Alterman, R. Analog Semantic Features 27-28
 Alvarado, S. J. Argument Comprehension 30-52
 Kucera, H. Brown Corpus 128-130
 Srihari, S. N.,
 & Hull, J. J. Character Recognition 138-150
 Ballard, B.,
 & Jones, M. Computational Linguistics 203-224
 Hardt, S. L. Conceptual Dependency 259-265
 Hindle, D. Deep Structure 328-330
 Ingria, R.;
 Boguraev, B.;
 & Pustejovsky,J. Dictionary/Lexicon 341-365
 Scha, R.;
 Bruce, B. C.;
 & Polanyi,L. Discourse Understanding 365-379
 Tennant, H. Ellipsis 445-446
 Novak, V. Fuzzy Logic: Applications to Natural Language 515-521
 Woods, W. A. Grammar, Augmented Transition Network 552-563
 Bruce, B.,
 & Moser, M. G. Grammar, Case 563-570
 Gazdar, G. Grammar, Generalized Phrase Structure 570-573
 Joshi, A. K. Grammar, Phrase Structure 573-580
 Burton, R. Grammar, Semantic 580-583
| Bateman, J. A. Grammar, Systemic
 583-592
| Mallery, J. C.;
| Hurwitz, R.;
| & Duffy,G. Hermeneutics 596-611
| Hill, J. C. Language Acquisition
 761-772
| Fass, D.,
| & Pustejovsky, J. Lexical Decomposition
 806-812
| Pustejovsky, J. Lexical Semantics
 812-819
|
| Volume 2:
|
| Nagao, M. Machine Translation
 898-902
| Klavans, J. L.,
| & Tzoukermann, E. Morphology
 963-972
| McDonald, D. D. Natural-Language Generation
 983-997
| Carbonell, J. G.,
| & Hayes, P. J. Natural-Language Understanding
 997-1016
| Petrick, S. Parsing
 1099-1109
| Small, S. L. Parsing, Word-Expert
 1109-1116
| Wilks, Y.,
| & Fass, D. Preference Semantics
 1183-1194
| Cruse, D. A. Presupposition
 1194-1201
| Dyer, M. G.;
| Cullingford, R. E.;
| & Alvarado, S. J. Scripts
 1443-1460
| Sowa, J. F. Semantic Networks
 1493-1511
| Devlin, K. J. Situation Theory and Situation Semantics
 1541-1547
| Briscoe, E. J. Speech Recognition
 1553-1559
| Norvig, P. Story Analysis
 1568-1576
| Alterman, R. Text Summarization
 1579-1587
| Sparck Jones, K. Thesaurus
 1605-1613
| Knight, K. Unification
 1630-1636
|
| Additional articles from the 1st edition (1987):
|
| Coelho, H. Grammar, Definite Clause
 339-342
| Berwick, R. Grammar, Transformational
 353-361
| Newmeyer, F. J. Linguistics, Competence and Performance
 503-508
| Wilks, Y. Machine Translation
 564-571
| Tennant, H. Menu-Based Natural Language
 594-597
| Koskenniemi, K. Morphology
 619-620
| Bates, M. Natural-Language Interfaces
 655-660
| Riesbeck, C. K. Parsing, Expectation-Driven
 696-701
| Keyser, S. J. Phonemes
 744-746
| Webber, B. Question Answering
 814-822
| Smith, B. C. Self-Reference
 1005-1010
| Hirst, G. Semantics
 1024-1029
| Woods, W. Semantics, Procedural
 1029-1031
| Allen, J. F. Speech Acts
 1062-1065
| Allen, J. Speech Recognition
 1065-1070
| Allen, J. Speech Synthesis
 1070-1076
| Briscoe, E. J. Speech Understanding
 1076-1083
| Lehnert, W. G. Story Analysis
 1090-1099
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