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A Bibliography of Lexical Functional Grammar (LFG)

A Bibliography of Lexical Functional Grammar (LFG)

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A Bibliography of Lexical Functional Grammar 44 and Nicoletta Calzolari, editors, Automating the Lexicon: Research and Practice in a Multilingual Environment. Oxford University Press, New York, NY, pages 21{51. Hunze, R. 1988. LFG und Diskursrepraesentationstheorie. techreport, Siemens AG, WISBER, U 18. Iida, Masayo. 1987. Case-assignment by nominals in Japanese. In Masayo Iida, Stephen Wechsler, and Draga Zec, editors, Working Papers in Grammatical Theory and Discourse Structure, Vol. I: Interactions of Morphology, Syntax, and Discourse. CSLI Publications, Stanford, CA, pages 93{138. CSLI Lecture Notes, number 11. Iida, Masayo. 1995. Japanese re exive zibun in adverbial clauses. ms, Stanford University. Iida, Masayo, Stephen Wechsler, and Draga Zec, editors. 1987. Working Papers in Grammatical Theory and Discourse Structure, Volume 1: Interactions of Morphology, Syntax, and Discourse. CSLI Publications, Stanford, CA. CSLI Lecture Notes, number 11. Ingram, Andrew. 1993. When is an agreement marker not an agreement marker? An analysis of person-number marking in Welsh. Unpublished Honours thesis, University of Sydney. Ishikawa, Akira. 1984. Complex predicates in Japanese: A lexicalist approach. In A. Ishimoto, editor, Shizen-gengo-shori no tame no gengogaku ni kansuru kenkyu (Linguistic Studies for Natural-Language Processing). Science University ofTokyo, Chiba. Ishikawa, Akira. 1985. Complex Predicates and Lexical Operations in Japanese. phdthesis, Stanford University, Department of Linguistics. Ishikawa, Akira. 1986. Word formation in Japanese according to LFG. Sophia Linguistica, 20-21:95{102. In Japanese. Ishikawa, Akira. 1989. Long-distance dependencies in a logic grammar: SCP. Journal of Information Science and Engineering, 5(4):367{377. Jacobson, Pauline and Geo rey Pullum, editors. 1982. On the Nature of Syntactic Representation. D. Reidel, Dordrecht. Johnson, Mark. 1985. An LFG description of the double in nitive construction in Dutch and German. MS, CSLI, Stanford University.

A Bibliography of Lexical Functional Grammar 45 Johnson, Mark. 1986. The LFG treatment of discontinuity and the double in nitive construction in Dutch. In Mary Dalrymple, Je rey Goldberg, Kristin Hanson, Michael Inman, Chris Pi~non, and Stephen Wechsler, editors, Proceedings of the West Coast Conference onFormal Linguistics, volume 5, pages 102{118, Stanford, CA. Stanford Linguistics Association. Johnson, Mark. 1988a. Attribute-value Logic and the Theory of Grammar. CSLI Publications, Stanford, CA. CSLI Lecture Notes, number 16. Johnson, Mark. 1988b. Attribute-Value Logic and the Theory of Grammar. phdthesis, Stanford University, Department of Linguistics. Johnson, Mark. 1990. Expressing disjunctive and negative feature constraints in classical rst-order logic. In Proceedings of the 28th Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, pages 173{179, Pittsburgh, PA. Johnson, Mark. 1991a. Features and formulae. Computational Linguistics, 17(2):131{151. Johnson, Mark. 1991b. Logic and feature structures. In Proceedings of the Twelfth International Joint Conference onArti cial Intelligence, pages 992{996. Reprinted in Mary Dalrymple, Ronald M. Kaplan, John Maxwell, and Annie Zaenen, eds., Formal Issues in Lexical-Functional Grammar, 369{380. Stanford: Center for the Study of Language and Information. 1995. Johnson, Mark. 1996. Resource-sensitivity in Lexical-Functional Grammar. In Proceedings of the 1996 Roma Workshop. Johnson, Mark. 1997. F-structure constraints as resource dependencies. In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King, editors, On-line Proceedings of the LFG97 Conference. http://wwwcsli.stanford.edu/publications/LFG2/lfg97-toc.html. Johnson, Mark, S. Geman, S. Canon, Z. Chi, and S. Riezler. 1999. Estimators for stochastic `uni cation-based' grammars. In Proceedings of the ACL 1999, page to appear. Jones, Mark A. and Jason M. Eisner. 1992a. A probabilistic parser and its application. In AAAI-92 Workshop on Statistically-Based Natural Language Processing Techniques, San Jose, CA.

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