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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 46 Jones, Mark A. and Jason M. Eisner. 1992b. A probabilistic parser to software testing documents. In Proceedings of the 10th National Conference on Arti cial Intelligence, pages 322{328. Jones, Mark A. and Van E. Kelly. 1993. KITSS: A knowledge-based translation system for test scenarios. In Proceedings of the 11th National Conference onArti cial Intelligence, pages 804{810, Washington, DC. Joshi, Aravind. 1983. Factoring recursion and dependencies. In Proceedings of the 21th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, pages 7{15. Joshi, Aravind K. and K. Vijay-Shanker. 1989. Treatment of long distance dependencies in LFG and TAG: Functional uncertainty inLFGis a corollary in TAG. In Proceedings of the 27th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, pages 220{227, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Joshi, Smita. 1989. Logical subject in Marathi grammar and predicate argument structure. In E. Jane Fee and Katherine Hunt, editors, Proceedings of the West Coast Conference onFormal Linguistics, volume 8, pages 207{219, Stanford University. Stanford Linguistics Association. Joshi, Smita. 1993. Selection of Grammatical and Logical Functions in Marathi. phdthesis, Stanford University, Department of Linguistics. Kameyama, Megumi. 1984. Subjective/logophoric bound anaphora zibun. In Joseph Drogo, Veena Mishra, and David Testen, editors, Proceedings of CLS, volume 20, pages 228{238, Chicago. Chicago Linguistic Society. Kameyama, Megumi. 1985. Zero Anaphora: The Case of Japanese. phdthesis, Stanford University, Department of Linguistics. Kameyama, Megumi. 1989. Functional precedence conditions on overt and zero pronominals. ms, Stanford University. Kanerva, Jonni. 1987. Morphological integrity and syntax: The evidence from Finnish possessive su xes. Language, 63(3):498{521. Reprinted in Masayo Iida, Stephen Wechsler, and Draga Zec, (eds) Working Papers in Grammatical Theory and Discourse Structure, 61{91. 1987. Stanford: CSLI Publications. Kaplan, Ronald M. 1972. Augmented transition networks as psychological models of sentence comprehension. Arti cial Intelligence, 3:77{100.

A Bibliography of Lexical Functional Grammar 47 Kaplan, Ronald M. 1973a. A general syntactic processor. In Randall Rustin, editor, Natural Language Processing. Algorithmics Press, New York, pages 193{241. Kaplan, Ronald M. 1973b. Amulti-processing approach to natural language. In Proceedings of the 1973 National Computer Conference, pages 435{440, Montvale, NJ. AFIPS Press. Kaplan, Ronald M. 1974. Transient Processing Load in Relative Clauses. phdthesis, Harvard University. Kaplan, Ronald M. 1975. On process models for sentence analysis. In Donald A. Norman and David E. Rumelhart, editors, Explorations in Cognition. W.H.Freeman, San Francisco, pages 117{135. Kaplan, Ronald M. 1981. A view of parsing. In Proceedings of the 19th Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Stanford University. Kaplan, Ronald M. 1982. Determinism and nondeterminism in modelling psycholinguistic processes. Paper presented to the conference on Linguistic Theory and Psychological Reality Revisited, Princeton University. Kaplan, Ronald M. 1985. Lexical-functional grammar vs. logic grammar. In Theoretical Approaches to Natural Language Understanding, a Workshop at Halifax, Nova Scotia. Kaplan, Ronald M. 1987. Three seductions of computational psycholinguistics. In Peter Whitelock, Mary McGee Wood, Harold L. Somers, Rod Johnson, and Paul Bennett, editors, Linguistic Theory and Computer Applications. Academic Press, London, pages 149{181. Also: CCL/UMIST Report No. 86.2: Alvey/ICL Workshop on Linguistic Theory and Computer Applications: Transcripts of Presentations and Discussions. Center for Computational Linguistics, University of Manchester, Institute of Science and Technology, Manchester. Reprinted in Mary Dalrymple, Ronald M. Kaplan, John Maxwell, and Annie Zaenen, eds., Formal Issues in Lexical-Functional Grammar, 337{367. Stanford: Center for the Study of Language and Information. 1995. Kaplan, Ronald M. 1988. Correspondences and their inverses. Paper presented at the Titisee Workshop on Uni cation Formalisms { Syntax, Semantics and Implementation.

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