Attribute-value logic and the theory of grammar

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Attribute-value logic and the theory of grammar

Mark Johnson

(CSLI lecture notes, no. 16)

Center for the Study of Language and Information, c1988

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Bibliography: p. 157-160

Includes index

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Because of the ease of their implementation, attribute-value based theories of grammar are becoming increasingly popular in theoretical linguistics as an alternative to transformational accounts and in computational linguistics. This book provides a formal analysis of attribute-value structures, their use in a theory of grammar and the representation of grammatical relations in such theories of grammar. It provides a classical treatment of disjunction and negation, and explores the linguistic implications of different representations of grammatical relations. Mark Johnson is assistant professor in cognitive and linguistic sciences at Brown University. He was a Fairchild postdoctoral fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology during the 1987-88 academic year.

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