Dependency Linguistics

Recent advances in linguistic theory using dependency structures

Editors
| University Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3
| Charles University Prague
| ICREA and Pompeu Fabra University Barcelona
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This volume offers the reader a unique possibility to obtain a concise introduction to dependency linguistics and to learn about the current state of the art in the field. It unites the revised and extended versions of the linguistically-oriented papers to the First International Conference on Dependency Linguistics held in Barcelona. The contributions range from the discussion of definitional challenges of dependency at different levels of the linguistic model, its role beyond the classical grammatical description, and its annotation in dependency treebanks to concrete analyses of various cross-linguistic phenomena of syntax in its interplay with phonetics, morphology, and semantics, including phenomena for which classical simple phrase-structure based models have proven to be unsatisfactory. The volume will be thus of interest to both experts and newcomers to the field of dependency linguistics and its computational applications.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 215]  2014.  xi, 355 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Authors
vii–viii
Foreword
Kim Gerdes, Eva Hajičová and Leo Wanner
ix–xii
Dependency in Language
Igor Mel’čuk
1–32
Delimitation of information between grammatical rules and lexicon
Jarmila Panevová and Magda Ševčíková
33–52
Sentence structure and discourse structure: Possible parallels
Pavlína Jínová, Lucie Poláková and Jiří Mírovský
53–74
The Copenhagen Dependency Treebank (CDT): Extending syntactic annotation to other linguistic levels
Henrik Høeg Müller and Iørn Korzen
75–98
Creating a dependency syntactic treebank: Towards intuitive language modeling
Kristiina Muhonen and Tanja Purtonen
99–118
A proposal for a multilevel linguistic representation of Spanish personal names
Orsolya Vincze and Margarita Alonso-Ramos
119–140
Coordination of verbal dependents in Old French: Coordination as specified juxtaposition or specified apposition
Nicolas Mazziotta
141–160
Dependency annotation of coordination for learner language
Markus Dickinson and Marwa Ragheb
161–182
The dependency distance hypothesis for bilingual code-switching
Eva Duran Eppler
183–206
Dependencies over prosodic boundary tones in spontaneous spoken Hebrew
Vered Silber-Varod
207–228
Clitics in dependency morphology
Thomas Groß
229–252
On the word order of Actor and Patient in Czech
Kateřina Rysová
253–272
Type 2 Rising: A contribution to a DG account of discontinuities
Timothy Osborne
273–298
Wh-copying in German as replacement
Andreas Pankau
299–324
Representation of zero and dummy subject pronouns within multi-strata dependency framework
Dina El Kassas
325–346
Index
347–356
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2014007382