LINGUIST List 8.1101

Mon Jul 28 1997

Qs: Bibliometrics, Syntax, Dictionaries

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  1. Martin and Ina Goldberg,
  2. =?iso-8859-1?Q?Christian_N=F8rager=2DNielsen?=, Qs: Syntactic ambiguities
  3. Marc Fryd, English pronouncing dictionaries

Message 1:

Date: Sun, 27 Jul 1997 11:51:14 -0500 (CDT)
From: Martin and Ina Goldberg <>

Hello to all concerned,

I am Martin Goldberg, a graduate student in Library and Information
Sciences at the Hebrew University at Jerusalem, Israel.

I am working on a bibliometric profile for the discipline of
Computational Linguistics.

I would be grateful for any help in garnering information concerning
where, when and how the subject is studied. Such things as Syllabi and
reading lists for classes teaching or incorporating the subject at
hand would more than suffice. Also any information on publications
about the discipline or including the discipline in amongst its
various subjects would be appreciated.

Please forward all replies to my personal address and not the
listserver :

Thank you,
Martin Goldberg,

Martin and Ina Goldberg
3 Derech Ha-Yam
Yavne 81570, Israel
tel: (972) (8) 9422755
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Message 2: Qs: Syntactic ambiguities

Date: Fri, 25 Jul 1997 21:38:52 +-200
From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Christian_N=F8rager=2DNielsen?= <=?iso-8859-1?Q?Christian_N=F8rager=2DNielsen?=>
Subject: Qs: Syntactic ambiguities


As I am to write my Master Thesis (Constraint Grammar processing of
syntactic ambiguities) I am looking for material regarding syntactic
ambiguities between verbs, nouns and/or adjectives written in either
English, German or any of the scandinavian languages. All mails will
be greatly appreciated.

Please mail directly to my mailing address:


Annette Christensen 
Department of Computational Linguistics 
Copenhagen Business School
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Message 3: English pronouncing dictionaries

Date: Mon, 28 Jul 1997 13:02:51 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Marc Fryd <>
Subject: English pronouncing dictionaries

I am looking for references on English (BrE or AmE) pronouncing
dictionaries specializing on place names and proper names. And, more
generally, for other than standard lexicon pronouncing dictionaries.
I'll post a summary if I get enough answers.


Marc Fryd 
Departement d'Etudes Anglophones (FORELL-AIT)
Faculte des Lettres et des Langues
Universite de Poitiers
95 avenue du Recteur Pineau, 86022 Poitiers, France

Personal phone: (33) (0)5 49 43 79 66
Personal Fax: (33) (0)5 49 43 59 79
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