LINGUIST List 7.892

Fri Jun 14 1996

Sum: English strong verbs

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Message 1: sum: english strong verbs

Date: Fri, 14 Jun 1996 11:02:05 +0900
From: Robert Ratcliffe <rrrtclffpu-kumamoto.ac.jp>
Subject: sum: english strong verbs
Summmary to English Strong V query

Many Thanks to the following people for their responses to my recent query
 regarding recent (since 1990) theoretical work which touches on English strong
 verb morphology: Bernd Wiese (Berlin, de), Chris Golston (Dusseldorf,de) Josep
h
 Tomei (Sapporo, jp), Lynne Cahill (Sussex, uk), Shannon McEwen (Alberta, ca.),
 Dirk Janssen (nijmegen, nl). (No u.s. responses oddly enough).

The search turned up a number of interesting looking articles in a variety of
 research traditions, to wit:



-Bloomer, Robert. 1994: System-Congruity and the Participles of
 Modern German and Modern English: A Study in Natural
 Morphology. Hamburg. Buske. (=Beitr$BgH(Je zur germanistischen
 Sprachwissenschaft. 6).

-Cahill, Lynne J. ``Syllable-based Morphology'', in COLING-90, Vol.3 pp.48-53,
	Helsinki, 1990.


-Cahill, Lynne J. ``Syllable-based Morphology for Natural Language 	
	Processing'', CSRP 181,
	School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences, University of Sussex, 
	1990 (DPhil
 dissertation).

-Golston, Chris ``direct optimality theory:representation as pure 	
	markedness''
 (to appear in Language Dec. 1996?)

- Hare, Mary and Jeff Elman (1995) Learning and morphological change.
	Cognition 56, 61-98
	
-Levin, Beth. 1993. English verb classes and alterations. Univ. of Chicago 
	
	Press

- Ling, Charles and Marin Marinov (1993) Answering the connectionist
	challenge: a symbolic model of learning the past tenses of English 
	verbs.
 Cognition 49, 235-290

- MacWhinney on Ling & Marinov, comment on above article in same volume

- Marcus (1995) Cognition, short paper about multilayer nets.


- Plunkett, Kim and V Marchman, 1993 "From rote learning to system building:
	acquiring verbal morphology in children and connectionist nets"
	Cognition 1993
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