Foundations of pattern matching analysis : a new method for the cognitively realistic description of natural language syntax パターン一致分析法の基礎 : 自然言語の統語の記述に実在性をあたえるための新たな手法

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    • 黒田, 航 クロダ, コウ

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Foundations of pattern matching analysis : a new method for the cognitively realistic description of natural language syntax

タイトル別名

パターン一致分析法の基礎 : 自然言語の統語の記述に実在性をあたえるための新たな手法

著者名

黒田, 航

著者別名

クロダ, コウ

学位授与大学

京都大学

取得学位

博士 (人間・環境学)

学位授与番号

甲第8465号

学位授与年月日

2000-03-23

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博士論文

目次

  1. 論文目録 / (0001.jp2)
  2. Table of contents / (0007.jp2)
  3. Chapter1 Introduction / p1 (0011.jp2)
  4. 1.1 Theses to Demonstrate / p1 (0011.jp2)
  5. 1.2 What Knowledge is Knowledge of Syntax? / p10 (0016.jp2)
  6. 1.3 Why Explanations in Linguistics Should Be “UG-free” / p13 (0017.jp2)
  7. 1.4 Description of Language Syntax Should be Connectionism-aware / p18 (0020.jp2)
  8. 1.5 Remarks on the Notion of Language, as distinguished from the Notion of Grammar / p20 (0021.jp2)
  9. Part I Theoretical Foundations of Pattern Matching Analysis / (0023.jp2)
  10. Chapter2 Pattern Matching Analysis in a Nutshell / p26 (0024.jp2)
  11. 2.0 Introductory Notes / p26 (0024.jp2)
  12. 2.1 How Pattern Matching Analysis Goes / p26 (0024.jp2)
  13. 2.2 How Pattern Matching Analysis Works - A More Advanced Analysis / p31 (0026.jp2)
  14. 2.3 Decomposing Patterns by Diagonalization / p36 (0029.jp2)
  15. 2.4 Composing (Sub)patterns by Superposition / p41 (0031.jp2)
  16. 2.5 Concluding Remarks / p44 (0033.jp2)
  17. Chapter3 Conceptual Foundations of Pattern Matching Analysis / p47 (0034.jp2)
  18. 3.1 Introduction / p47 (0034.jp2)
  19. 3.2 Basics of Pattern Composition and Decomposition / p52 (0037.jp2)
  20. 3.3 What Structure Is Syntactic Structure, if It Isn't A Tree? / p63 (0042.jp2)
  21. 3.4 Some Appeals of Pattern Matching Analysis / p71 (0046.jp2)
  22. 3.5 On the Descriptive Power of Pattern Matching Analysis / p75 (0048.jp2)
  23. 3.6 Concluding Remarks / p81 (0051.jp2)
  24. Chapter4 Pattern Matching Analysis in Relation to Semantic Description / p85 (0053.jp2)
  25. 4.0 Introductory Notes / p85 (0053.jp2)
  26. 4.1 How Does Syntax Interface with Conceptual Semantics? / p88 (0055.jp2)
  27. 4.2 Defense of the Irreducibility of Syntax / p92 (0057.jp2)
  28. 4.3 A Connectionist Help / p98 (0060.jp2)
  29. 4.4 Concluding Remarks / p102 (0062.jp2)
  30. Part II Applications of Pattern Matching Method to the Description of English Syntax / (0063.jp2)
  31. Chapter5 Pattern Matching Analysis Meets English Syntax in Way of the Moravcsik-Wirth Scheme / p107 (0064.jp2)
  32. 5.0 Introductory Notes / p107 (0064.jp2)
  33. 5.1 Pattern Matching Analysis of SV and SVO Constructions / p109 (0065.jp2)
  34. 5.2 Pattern Matching Analysis of Quantification / p118 (0070.jp2)
  35. 5.3 Pattern Matching Analysis of Wh-related Phenomena / p121 (0071.jp2)
  36. 5.4 Pattern Matching Analysis of Adjunction / p130 (0076.jp2)
  37. 5.5 Pattern Matching Analysis of Active-Passive Correspondence / p135 (0078.jp2)
  38. 5.6 Pattern Matching Analysis of Exceptional Case Marking Phenomena / p141 (0081.jp2)
  39. 5.7 Pattern Matching Analysis of Dative Alternation / p146 (0084.jp2)
  40. 5.8 Pattern Matching Analysis of Conjunction And Related Phenomena / p152 (0087.jp2)
  41. 5.9 Conclusion / p158 (0090.jp2)
  42. Chapter6 What Structures Are “Underlying” Structures? / p161 (0091.jp2)
  43. 6.0 Introductory Notes / p161 (0091.jp2)
  44. 6.1 Pattern Matching Analysis of Structural Ambiguity / p162 (0092.jp2)
  45. 6.2 Where is the Subject of Imperatives, If There Is One? / p167 (0094.jp2)
  46. 6.3 Where is the Source of “Logical” Ambiguity? / p171 (0096.jp2)
  47. 6.4 Pattern Matching Analysis in Relation to Mental Spaces / p181 (0101.jp2)
  48. 6.5 Pattern Matching Account of Syntactic Amalgams / p186 (0104.jp2)
  49. 6.6 Concluding Remarks / p193 (0107.jp2)
  50. Chapter7 Conclusion / p197 (0109.jp2)
  51. 7.1 Overview of Previous Chapters / p197 (0109.jp2)
  52. 7.2 In Conclusion / p199 (0110.jp2)
  53. Appendix A Composition and Decomposition of Patterns / p203 (0112.jp2)
  54. A.0 Introductory Notes / p203 (0112.jp2)
  55. A.1 Reappraisal of Pattern Matching Analysis / p203 (0112.jp2)
  56. A.2 Pattern Matching Analysis in Contrast with Phrase Structure Analysis / p207 (0114.jp2)
  57. A.3 Subpatterns Emerging through Schematization / p211 (0116.jp2)
  58. A.4 More on Pattern Composition and Decomposition / p214 (0118.jp2)
  59. A.5 Role of Overlaps among Subpatterns / p218 (0120.jp2)
  60. A.6 Scale Effects in Syntax / p223 (0122.jp2)
  61. A.7 Morphology as Integrated into Syntax (Rather than Separated from it) / p227 (0124.jp2)
  62. A.8 Subpatterns Are More than Subcategorization Frames / p230 (0126.jp2)
  63. A.9 Concluding Remarks / p236 (0129.jp2)
  64. Appendix B Discovering Words in Contexts - Emergence of Subpatterns / p239 (0130.jp2)
  65. B.O Introductory Note / p239 (0130.jp2)
  66. B.1 Words Are Context-sensitive Units / p239 (0130.jp2)
  67. B.2 How Much Does Notation Matter? / p245 (0133.jp2)
  68. B.3 Multiple Segmentation Theory, with Special Reference to the Way that Words Are Learned / p249 (0135.jp2)
  69. B.4 Pattern Matching Account of Language and its Acquisition in Relation to Other Cognitive Accounts / p254 (0138.jp2)
  70. B.5 Concluding Remarks / p267 (0144.jp2)
  71. References / p271 (0146.jp2)
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