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LFG Papers

The following linguistic papers relate to LFG:

  1. Patrick Blackburn and Claire Gardent. A specification language for lexical functional grammars. . [blackburn_gardent]
  2. Mary Dalrymple, John Lamping, Fernando Pereira, and Vijay Saraswat. A deductive account of quantification in LFG. . December 16, 1994. To appear in Quantifiers, Deduction, and Context, ed. Makoto Kanazawn, Christopher J. Pinon, and Henriette de Swart. CSLI, 1994. [dalrmp_et_al_quant]
  3. Mary Dalrymple, John Lamping, Fernando Pereira, and Vijay Saraswat. Intensional verbs without type-raising or lexical ambiguity. . December 16, 1994. [dalrmp_et_al_verbs]
  4. Andrew Kehler and Mary Dalrymple. The semantics of resource sharing in lexical-functional grammar. . [kehler]
  5. Miriam Butt. Machine translation and complex predicates. . [miriam_butt]
  6. Avery Andrews. Causative structures and information spreading. . [miscaus]
  7. Bresnan's handout from the LFG conference in grenoble. [bresnan-handout]
  8. Kaplan's DOP talk from the LFG conference in grenoble. [kaplan-doptalk]
  9. Nordlinger/bresnan: handout from the LFG conference in grenoble. [nordlingerbresnan-handout]
  10. Word order: handout from the LFG conference in grenoble. [wordorder]
  11. Dalrymple's slides from the LFG conference in grenoble. [dalrymple-slides]
  12. Floresvachey's slides from the LFG conference in grenoble. [floresvachey.rtf]
  13. Overview talk from the LFG conference in grenoble. [overview]
  14. Long distance dependencies: slides from the LFG conference in grenoble. [longdistance]
  15. Semantics: slides from the LFG conference in grenoble. [semantics]
  16. Anaphora: slides from the LFG conference in grenoble. [anaphora]


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