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Phd Theses in Computational and Constraint Based Linguistics

This page provides access to soft copies of some of the Essex PhD theses in the area of Computational Linguistics or `Constraint Based' Linguistics that have been produced in recent years. If you produced a thesis that is not listed here, and you'd like it listed, please let me know.

They are listed by date, most recent last.

In some cases the thesis is held locally, in others it is a link to a remote site. In the former case the links really should work (let me know if they don't). In the latter case, it would be best to contact the author of the thesis if you have problems.

All Essex University Theses are accessible in the University Library, and via Inter-library Loans.

  1. Frederik Fouvry. Robust Processing for Constraint-Based Grammar Formalisms. PhD thesis, Department of Language and Linguistics, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, Apr 2003. [Fouvry:03] http://www.coli.uni-sb.de/\~{}fouvry/
  2. Yasu Kawata. Tagsets for Morphosyntactic Corpus Annotation: the idea of a `reference tagset' for Japanese. PhD thesis, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, 2005. [Kawata05]
  3. Maria Flouraki. Aspect in Modern Greek: an HPSG Approach. PhD thesis, Department of Language and Linguistics, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, 2005. [Flouraki05]
  4. Evita Linardaki. Linguistic and statistical extensions of Data Oriented Parsing. PhD thesis, University of Essex, 2006. [linardaki06phd]
  5. Takafumi Maekawa. The English Left Periphery in Linearisation-based HPSG. PhD thesis, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, 2007. [maekawa07phd]
  6. Miriam Urgelles Coll. `Anyway' A Formal Approach to the Syntax and Semantics of Discourse Markers. PhD thesis, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, February 2009. [UrgellesColl09]
  7. Yasir Alotaibi. Conditional sentences in Modern Standard Arabic and the Taif Dialect. PhD thesis, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, March 2014. [Alotaibi14Conditional]
  8. Muhammad Swaileh A. Alzaidi. Information Structure and Intonation in Hijazi Arabic. PhD thesis, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, June 2014. [Alzaidi14InforStruc]

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Last updated July 4, 2014