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by Leo Wanner

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  • ISBN 9027230420
  • ISBN13 978-9027230423
  • Language English
  • Author Leo Wanner
  • Publisher John Benjamins Publishing Company (December 31, 1997)
  • Pages 222
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The present volume contains articles of well-known representatives of the Meaning-Text Theory (MTT) and other related linguistic theories.Founded by I. Mel’cuk and A. Zholkovsky in the sixties in Moscow, MTT soon became known in the West as a “prominent outsider” theory. The picture changed since then, though. MTT gained importance in several areas of linguistics and computational linguistics. It influenced the design of new grammar formalisms such as Dependency Tree Grammars. Also, specific parts of MTT have been directly overtaken into other theories; consider, for example, the work on integrating Lexical Functions into Pustejovsky’s Generative Lexicon.The present volume is a further convincing demonstration of MTT’s liveliness and relevance to the field’s “burning” issues. The focus of the volume is on semantics, semantic representation and relation of semantics to surface in MTT. Six out of eight articles (Polguère; Escalier & Fournier; Paducheva; St.-Germain; Beck; Bogulavsky) deal with problems related to these topics, while the last two articles of the volume (Sgall and Rambow; Joshi) throw a bridge between MTT, or, more precisely, between dependency-based theories of which MTT is one instantiation, and other linguistic theories.

Recent Trends in Meaning–Text Theory‏. The present volume contains articles of well-known representatives of the Meaning-Text Theory (MTT) and other related linguistic theories.

Recent Trends in Meaning–Text Theory‏. פר 39. Leo Wanner‏31 בדצמבר 1997. Founded by I. Mel’cuk and A. Zholkovsky in the sixties in Moscow, MTT soon became known in the West as a “prominent outsider” theory. The picture changed since then, though. MTT gained importance in several areas of linguistics and computational linguistics. It influenced the design of new grammar formalisms such as Dependency Tree Grammars.

The present volume contains articles of well-known representatives of the Meaning-Text Theory (MTT) and other related linguistic theories. Mel cuk and A. Zholkovsky in the sixties in Moscow, MTT soon became known in the West as a prominent outsider theory.

Series: Trends in Linguistics: Studies & Monographs (Book 178).

Series: Trends in Linguistics: Studies & Monographs (Book 178). Hardcover: 424 pages. Publisher: Mouton de Gruyter (March 15, 2006).

The theory provides a large and elaborate basis for linguistic.

The theory provides a large and elaborate basis for linguistic description and, due to its formal character, lends itself particularly well to computer applications, including machine translation, phraseology, and lexicography.

In Semantics, Feldman, Anna.

1. 2 Definition of Nine Basic Semantic Concepts. In Semantics, Feldman, Anna. Computational Linguistics: Models, Resources, Applications.

Other books in this series. 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: lexical function and its application to NLP.

The present volume contains articles of well-known representatives of the Meaning-Text Theory (MTT) and other related linguistic theories

The present volume contains articles of well-known representatives of the Meaning-Text Theory (MTT) and other related linguistic theories. Mel’cuk and A.

Start by marking Recent Trends in Meaning-Text Theory as Want to Read . The present volume contains articles of well-known representatives of the Meaning-Text Theory (MTT) and other related linguistic theories

Start by marking Recent Trends in Meaning-Text Theory as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Mel'cuk and A. Zholkovsky in the sixties in Moscow, MTT soon became known in the West as a "prominent outsider" theory. MTT gained importance in several areas of linguistics and The present volume contains articles of well-known representatives of the Meaning-Text Theory (MTT) and other related linguistic theories.

Wanner, Leo. 2012 In Meanings, texts and other (exciting) things: A Festschrift to commemorate the 80th anniversary of Professor Igor.

From meaning to text and from meaning to meaning: Transduction and transformation in the Meaning-Text Theory. In Meanings, texts and other (exciting) things: A Festschrift to commemorate the 80th anniversary of Professor Igor A. Mel'čuk, ed. Apresjan, Yuri, Boguslavsky, Igor, L'Homme, Marie-Claude, Iomdin, Leonid, Milićević, Jasmina, Polguère, Alain, and Wanner, Leo, 613–626. Moscow: Jazyki slavjanskoj kultury.

This volume, prepared on the occasion of Igor Mel'cuk's 70th birthday, offers a cross-section of the current advances in MTT and its applications. The first part of the book focuses on lexical phenomena that are still largely neglected in mainstream linguistics: sound symbolism as manifested by ideophones, and idiosyncratic lexical relations as manifested by lexical functions (LFs).

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