The contributions brought together in this volume represent the state-of-the-art in the study of determiners, which finds itself in the intersection of such fields as theoretical linguistics, computational linguistics, and logic. The articles provide original viewpoints on determination, and bring new perspectives to classic problems. They concern mainly French, but also a large set of other
European languages. They center on the lexical properties of determiners in combinations. The reported research is essentially contrastive and oriented to translation and applied technological issues.
Contributions by: Clara Abrudeanu; Razeq Afzali, Jean-Pierre Desclés et Anca Pascu; Jean-Claude Anscombre; Margarita Alonso; Xavier Blanco;
Andrée Borillo; Pierre-André Buvet; Sylviane Cardey et Peter
Greenfield; Dolors Catalú et Matías Mellado; Nelly Flaux; Zoé
Gavriilidou; Maurice Gross; Georges Kleiber; Lucien Kupferman; Denis
Le Pesant; Claude Muller; Denis Paillard; Dieter Seelbach; Francis
Tollis; Harald Ulland.