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This work will be interesting and useful for teachers of foreign languages and other categories of professionals professionally involved in the research and application of new methods in teaching languages ... A variant of the practical implementation of the main components of the methodological system in the educational complex of exercises and tasks is presented, which allows outline new and effective methods ... as a system of signs arose, which is constructed in acc. with certain formal rules. ...doi:10.47689/linguistic-research-vol-iss1-pp271-274 fatcat:fjgkeijqvfe67bi7cuougcxuxu
Fuzzy IF-THEN rules and theory of evaluating linguistic expressions are used, and possibilities of automated reasoning are outlined. ... We will suppose that our formal theories contain only those parts of the theory of evaluating expressions T Ev , that are necessary for deductions based on used linguistic descriptions and perceptions. ... The formal frame is Łukasiewicz fuzzy type theory (Ł-FTT) and theories of evaluating linguistic expressions and fuzzy IF-THEN rules as described in the previous sections. ...dblp:conf/eusflat/DvorakN07 fatcat:xw6efphosrdnthsmfcynafj4pu
On the other hand, current linguistic theories such as LFG, UCG, HPSG, and some formalisms for linguistic description such as FUG or PATR-II are based on the notion of partial information: linguistic structures ... Combining object-oriented approaches to linguistic description with unification- based grammar formalisms, as in HPSG, is very attractive. ...
Discusses linguistic theory and outlines the syntactic and phonological component of a transformational grammar. The Logical Basis of Linguistic Theory. ... Discusses the bearing of competence on the process of assigning structural descriptions to speech signals. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory. (Janua Lin- guarum, Series Minor, 38.) ...
complexity theory and its applications to linguistic theory. ... In overall content, the book offers a very pleasing bal- ance between formal rigor and linguistic application and a very well-informed set of references. ...
theories development support; 8903457 linguistic performance, competition model developed, functionalism basis; “straw man” model; 8903129 linguistic theory; semiotic basis; applicative grammar; 8903867 ... 8903212 meaning elaboration, lexicon/syntax/situational contribution compo- nents, variable conjunction/ponderation approach; 8903161 meaning, formal description; qualificative/quantitative operations; ...
The aim of this paper is to define a dependency grammar framework which is both linguistically motivated and computationally parsable. See the demo at http://www.conexor.fi/analysers.html#testing ... Acknowledgments We thank Fred Karlsson, Atro Voutilainen and three Coling-ACL '98 workshop referees for useful comments on earlier draft of this paper. ... The surface syntactic approach We aim at a theoretical framework where we have a dependency theory that is both descriptively adequate and formally explicit. ...arXiv:cmp-lg/9809001v2 fatcat:57l3m7qibvgxboddvjiiljdpia
Current issues in linguistic theory
This paper proposes a formal framework for development and exploitation of a corpus, based on the HPSG linguistic theory. ... The formal representation of the annotation scheme facilitates the annotation process and ensures the quality of the corpus and its usage in different application scenarios. ... This goal presupposes the choice of the linguistic theory and its adequate formalization. In our case it is the HPSG theory and the SRL grammar formalism that we rely upon. ...doi:10.1075/cilt.260.37sim fatcat:ldknbpuncfcaph4wwiyijk5rty
It is a cognitive theory of language within the field of psycholinguistics rather than a theory of linguistic description which should underlie language teaching materials. ... Many scholars view transformational grammar as an attempt to represent the structure of linguistic knowledge in the mind and seek to apply transformational descriptions of languages to the development ... Secondly, our goals may be in the field of descriptive linguistics and lead us to formal descriptions of languages and a theory of linguistic description. ...doi:10.1111/j.1467-1770.1969.tb00467.x fatcat:gvstpyujpfdmrcas27cm56wj64
complexity theory and its applications to linguistic theory. ... Computational Linguistics References Courcelle, Bruno. 1988. Some applications of logic, of universal algebra, and of category theory to the theory of graph transformations. ...doi:10.1162/coli.2000.26.2.274 fatcat:7ug7sep26nbhvjpkhpdq54fi5e
Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages, and Computation, Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA. Hurford, J. (1979). “Numerals and the Homogeneity of Description and Explanation,” Lingua 48, 35-42. ... “Footloose and Context-Free,” Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 4, 409-414. Pullum, G., and Gazdar, G. (1982). ...
A preliminary study of this formalism, from the point of view of its formal properties and linguistic applicability, was carried out by Joshi (1985). ... Borrowing ideas from Description Theory, we propose quasi-trees as a means to represent partial descriptions of trees. ...
Volume 1 outlines the major re- sults of the theory of formal languages and abstract automata, Volume 2 ex- plores the relevance of these formal no- tions to modern linguistic theories, and Volume 3 extends ... this formalism will therefore not support an explanatory linguistic theory. ...
In formal semantics intuition plays a key role, in two ways. ... The paper investigates how this dual role is related to the concept of competence and the role that this concept plays in semantics. ... to provide a descriptively adequate and explanatorily satisfactory theory of linguistic competence. ...doi:10.4148/biyclc.v6i0.1584 fatcat:ckmeeo3pdfgede4cl3dynvl2z4
Elements of Mathematical Linguistics
The increasing use of the formalisms of mathematics and logic in describing the structure of human language has given rise to a large field of study called formal linguistics and, as expected in the age ... The emphasis on formal rules and derivations in syntax brought mathematics of a certain type into the foreground, and the attempt to formalize semantic representation in grammars of natural languages sent ... The authors, a mathematician and a linguist, develop the theory of formal grammars at a leisurely pace, backing up the formal presentation with well motivated informal discussions. ...doi:10.1515/9783110810806-001 fatcat:ltnykhuby5alhkzbodzfjyojmu
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