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|Name:||Charles J. Fillmore|
|Institution:||University of California, Berkeley|
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|Selected Publications:||''Towards a frame-based lexicon: the case of RISK''. With B. T. Atkins. In Frames and Fields, edited by A. Lehrer and E. Kittay, Erlbaum Publishers, 75-102, 1992.
'''Corpus linguistics' vs. 'Computer-aided armchair linguistics'''. Directions in Corpus Linguistics, Mouton de Gruyter, 35-60, 1992. (Proceedings from a 1992 Nobel Symposium on Corpus Linguistics, Stockholm.)
''Humor in academic discourse''. In What's Going On Here? Complementary Studies of Professional Talk, edited by A. D. Grimshaw, Advances in Discourse Processes, XLIII, 271-310, Academic Press, 1994.
''Starting where the dictionaries stop: the challenge for computational lexicography''. With B. T. Atkins. In Computational Approach to the Lexicon, edited by B. T. Atkins and A. Zampolli, Oxford University Press, 1994.
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Form and Meaning in Language
|Dissertation Director * of:||Morphosyntactic Change in Progress: A psycholinguistic treatment
(Joyce Boyland, Author)
|Dissertation Director * of:||Basque Word Order and Disorder: Principles, Variation, and Prospects
(Jon Aske, Author)
|Dissertation Director * of:||Constructional Grounding: The role of interpretational overlap in lexical and constructional acquisition
(Christopher Johnson, Author)
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