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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 4 Ahrenberg, Lars. 1986. Lexical-Functional Grammar for Swedish { Experiences of working with the LFG grammar-writer's workbench. MS, IDA-NLP Lab, Linkoping University. Ahrenberg, Lars. 1989. A formal eld grammar. techreport LiTH-IDA-R- 98-46, Institionen for datavetenskap, Linkoping University, Sweden. Ahrenberg, Lars. 1990. A grammar combining phrase structure and eld structure. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING '90), volume II, pages 1{6, Helsinki. Al-Haq, Fawwaz Al-Abed. 1992. Functional or anaphoric control in Jordanian Arabic? Language Sciences, 14(1-2):1{28. Alam, Yukiko Sasaki. 1986. A lexical-functional approach to Japanese for the purpose of machine translation. Computers and Translation, 1(4):199{214. Allen, Cynthia. 1977. Topics in diachronic English syntax. phdthesis, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. Allen, Cynthia. 1984. Another look at the history of `impersonal' verbs in English. MS, Australian National University. Allen, Cynthia. 1986. Reconsidering the history of `like'. Journal of Linguistics, 22:375{409. Allen, Cynthia. 1995. Case Marking and Reanalysis: Grammatical Relations from Old to Early Modern English. Clarendon Press, Oxford. Alneami, Ahmed H. 1996. Design and Implementation of an English to Arabic Machine Translation (MEANA MT). phdthesis, University of She eld, Department of Computer Science. Alneami, Ahmed H. and Jim McGregor. 1995. Morphological auto-analyser and generator for Arabic nouns. In Processing Arabic. Nijmegen University, Holland, page 39. Report 8. Alneami, Ahmed H. and Jim McGregor. 1996a. An Arabic computational lexicon. In Proceedings of the 5th International Conference and Exhibition on Multi-lingual Computing (Arabic and Roman Script), ICEMCO 96. Cambridge. 11-13 April 1996.

A Bibliography of Lexical Functional Grammar 5 Alneami, Ahmed H. and Jim McGregor. 1996b. A computational analysis and generation of Arabic verb \to be" verb \not to be" and pronouns. techreport, Department of Computer Science, She eld University. Internal Research Report Code: CS-96-03 1996. Alsago , Lubna. 1992. Topic in Malay: the other subject. phdthesis, Stanford University, Department of Linguistics. Alsina, Alex. 1990. Where's the mirror principle? Evidence from Chiche^wa. Paper presented at the 13th Generative Linguistics in the Old World Colloquium at St. John's College, Cambridge University, April 6{8, 1990. Alsina, Alex. 1992a. The monoclausality of causatives: Evidence from Romance. Paper presented at the 1992 Annual Meeting of the LSA, Philadelphia. Alsina, Alex. 1992b. On the argument structure of causatives. Linguistic Inquiry, 23(4):517{555. Alsina, Alex. 1993. Argument structure binding: Romance re exive clitics. Presented at the 1993 Annual Meeting of the LSA, Los Angeles. Alsina, Alex. 1994a. Bantu multiple objects: analyses and fallacies. Linguistic Analysis, 24:153{174. Alsina, Alex. 1994b. Predicate composition: A theory of syntactic function alternations. phdthesis, Stanford University, Department of Linguistics. Alsina, Alex. 1995. The fall of function-argument biuniqueness. In Glyn V. Morrill and Richard T. Oehrle, editors, Formal Grammar. Proceedings of the Conference of the European Summer School in Logic, Language, and information, Barcelona, 1995. Alsina, Alex. 1996a. On the representation of event structure. In Tara Mohanan and Lionel Wee, editors, Grammatical Semantics. National University of Singapore. To appear. Alsina, Alex. 1996b. Passive types and the theory of object asymmetries. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 14(4):673{723. Alsina, Alex. 1996c. Resultatives: a joint operation of semantic and syntactic structures. In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King, editors, On-line Proceedings of the First LFG Conference, Rank Xerox, Grenoble, August 26{28, 1996. http://wwwcsli.stanford.edu/publications/LFG/lfg1.html.

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