Phrase Structure Grammar

Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at Oct. 10, 2016
Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar

Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar: Eine Einführung von Stefan Müller
Deutsch | Sep. 2008 | ISBN: 3860572911 | 453 Seiten | PDF | 2 MB

Das Buch ist eine abgeschlossene Einführung in das Framework der Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar. In einem einführenden Kapitel wird der Übergang von einfachen Phrasenstrukturgrammatiken zu den komplexeren Repräsentationen mit Merkmalstrukturen motiviert.

A Course In Generalized Phrase Structure Grammar GPSG  

Posted by MoneyRich at June 15, 2015
A Course In Generalized Phrase Structure Grammar GPSG

A Course In Generalized Phrase Structure Grammar GPSG (Studies in Computational Linguistics) by Paul Bennett
English | June 29, 1995 | ISBN: 1857282175 | 227 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

The "Generalized Phrase Structure Grammar" GPSG is a major syntactic theory which has been adopted by the computational linguistics world. This text assumes an introductory knowledge of syntactic theory and covers all the main constructs of the grammar.

Studies in Contemporary Phrase Structure Grammar  

Posted by arundhati at Feb. 26, 2014
Studies in Contemporary Phrase Structure Grammar

Robert D. Levine, Georgia M. Green, "Studies in Contemporary Phrase Structure Grammar"
2010 | ISBN-10: 0521141095, 0521651077 | 344 pages | PDF | 2,4 MB
Preferred Argument Structure: Grammar as architecture for function (Studies in Discourse and Grammar) (Repost)

Preferred Argument Structure: Grammar as architecture for function (Studies in Discourse and Grammar) by John W. Du Bois
English | 2003 | ISBN: 9027226245 | 444 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

Preferred Argument Structure offers a profound insight into the relationship between language use and grammatical structure.
Phrase Structure and Grammatical Relations in Tagalog (Center for the Study of Language and Information - Lecture Notes)

Paul Kroeger "Phrase Structure and Grammatical Relations in Tagalog (Center for the Study of Language and Information - Lecture Notes)"
Center for the Study of Language and Inf | 1992-11-01 | ISBN : 0937073865 | Pages: 258 | PDF | 7.67 MB

Over the last twenty years or so, most of the work on the syntax of Philippine languages has been focused on the question of whether or not these languages can be said to have grammatical subjects, and if so which argument of a basic transitive clause should be analysed as being the subject. Paul Kroeger's contribution to this debate asserts that grammatical relations such as subject and object are syntactic notions, and must be identified on the basis of syntactic properties, rather than by semantic roles or discourse functions. A large number of syntactic processes in Tagalog uniquely select the argument which bears the nominative case. On the other hand, the data which have been used in the debate to assert the ambiguity of subjecthood are best analysed in terms of semantic rather than syntactic constraints. Together these facts support an analysis that takes the nominative argument as the subject. Kroeger examines the history of the subjecthood debate and uses data from Tagalog to test the theories that have been put forth. His conclusions entail consequences for certain linguistic concepts and theories, and lead Kroeger to assert that grammatical relations are not defined in terms of surface phrase structure configurations, contrary to the assumptions of many approaches to syntax including the Government-Binding theory. Paul Kroeger is presently doing fieldwork in Austronesian languages and teaching linguistics to fieldworkers from around the world.
Preferred Argument Structure: Grammar as Architecture for Function

John W. Du Bois, "Preferred Argument Structure: Grammar as Architecture for Function"
Benjamins, John Publishing Company | 2003 | ISBN: 9027226245 | 454 pages | PDF | 1,7 MB
Paul R. Kroeger, "Analyzing Grammar: An Introduction (Cambridge Textbooks in Linguis)" (Repost)

Paul R. Kroeger, "Analyzing Grammar: An Introduction (Cambridge Textbooks in Linguis)"
ISBN: 052181622X | edition 2005 | PDF | 383 pages | 4 mb

Covering both syntax (the structure of phrases and sentences) and morphology (the structure of words), this book equips students with the tools and methods needed to analyze grammatical patterns in any language. Students are shown how to use standard notational devices such as phrase structure trees and word-formation rules, as well as prose descriptions. Emphasis is placed on comparing the different grammatical systems of the world's languages, and students are encouraged to practice the analyses through a diverse range of problem sets and exercises.

Analyzing Grammar: An Introduction (repost)  

Posted by Book-er at March 1, 2012
Analyzing Grammar: An Introduction (repost)

Paul R. Kroeger, "Analyzing Grammar: An Introduction"
C,am.br.i/dge U.nive,rsit.y P.re.ss | ISBN: 0521016533 | edition 2005 | PDF | 382 pages | 2,6 mb

Covering both syntax (the structure of phrases and sentences) and morphology (the structure of words), this book equips students with the tools and methods needed to analyze grammatical patterns in any language. Students are shown how to use standard notational devices such as phrase structure trees and word-formation rules, as well as prose descriptions. Emphasis is placed on comparing the different grammatical systems of the world's languages, and students are encouraged to practice the analyses through a diverse range of problem sets and exercises.

Analyzing Grammar: An Introduction by Paul R. Kroeger  

Posted by Alexpal at Dec. 14, 2008
Analyzing Grammar: An Introduction by Paul R. Kroeger

Analyzing Grammar: An Introduction by Paul R. Kroeger
Publisher: Cambridge University Press | Number Of Pages: 382 | Publication Date: 2005-06-20 | ISBN-10: 052181622X | PDF | 1 Mb

Covering both syntax (the structure of phrases and sentences) and morphology (the structure of words), this book equips students with the tools and methods needed to analyze grammatical patterns in any language. Students are shown how to use standard notational devices such as phrase structure trees and word-formation rules, as well as prose descriptions. Emphasis is placed on comparing the different grammatical systems of the world's languages, and students are encouraged to practice the analyses through a diverse range of problem sets and exercises.

A Choctaw Reference Grammar  

Posted by MoneyRich at June 10, 2015
A Choctaw Reference Grammar

A Choctaw Reference Grammar (Studies in the Anthropology of North Ame) by George Aaron Broadwell BA MA PhD
English | Dec 1, 2006 | ISBN: 0803213158 | 378 Pages | PDF | 11 MB

This book is the most comprehensive reference grammar of Choctaw, an American Indian language spoken by approximately eleven thousand people located primarily in Mississippi and Oklahoma. Based on nineteen years of field work with speakers of the Mississippi and Oklahoma dialects and more than 150 years of written Choctaw material, A Choctaw Reference Grammar contains the most complete description to date of the morphology of the language as well as a thorough treatment of phrase structure, word order, case marking, and complementation.