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Selected lexical and grammatical issues in the meaning-text theory : in honour of Igor Melʼčuk

Author: Leo Wanner; Igorʹ A Melʹčuk
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., ©2007.
Series: Studies in language companion series, v. 84.
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Named Person: Igorʹ A Melʹčuk
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leo Wanner; Igorʹ A Melʹčuk
ISBN: 9789027230942 9027230943
OCLC Number: 76864603
Description: xviii, 377 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Preface (by Wanner, Leo); 2. What to Do with the Ideophones? A Problem in Lexical Classification From Upper Necaxa Totonac (by Beck, David); 3. Lexical Function Standardness (by Polguere, Alain); 4. Towards the Synthesis of Support Verb Constructions (by Alonso Ramos, Margarita); 5. Motivation of Lexical Association in Collocations: The Case of Intensifiers For "Nouns of Joy" (by Grossmann, Francis); 6. Using Explanatory and Combinatorial Lexicology to Describe terms (by L'Homme, Marie-Claude); 7. Lexical Functions in Actual NLP-Applications (by Apresjan, Jury D.); 8. Automatic Recognition of Lexical Function Instances (by Wanner, Leo); 9. Semantic Equivalence Rules in MT-Paraphrasing (by Milicevic, Jasmina); 10. Phrasing It Differently (by Gerdes, Kim); 11. A Generative Approach to Parsing in the Framework of the Meaning-Text Theory (by Nasr, Alexis); 12. Subject Index; 13. Name Index
Series Title: Studies in language companion series, v. 84.
Responsibility: edited by Leo Wanner.


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This volume is very useful to know the current state of Meaning-Text Theory. Although it does not include a complete panorama of this interesting linguistic theory, it reflects two hot-spots of MTT: Read more...

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