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  • Tanenbaum, Russell (2013-02-25)
    The tone sandhi patterns of Fuzhou are sensitive to grammatical relations that hold between elements of an intonational phrase, more so than in any other dialect of Chinese. Hung (1987) noted that Fuzhou tone sandhi observed ...
  • Zhu, Liyi (2012-09-13)
    The Mandarin spoken in Shanghai differs in some aspects from the Mandarin spoken in Beijing. One of the most notable differences is a merging of the retroflex consonants with the non-retroflex ones (Zheng, Sproat, Gu, ...
  • Sano, Kyoko (2013-02-25)
    Among the non-standard counterfactuals is a "rhetorical counterfactual" found in the old Japanese literature, which has a different interpretation from the standard counterfactuals. The rhetorical counterfactual was defined ...
  • McCloy, Daniel Robert (2014-01-27)
    This thesis offers a semantic account of implicitly relational predicates — adjectival or nominal predicates such as to be popular and to be a wanted man. Implicitly relational predicates are characterized by unique ...
  • Crowgey, Joshua David (2013-04-17)
    This thesis presents a revision of the LinGO Grammar Matrix library for sentential negation along with supporting arguments from syntactic and typological literature. A cross-linguistic model of representations in HPSG ...
  • Lushtak, Sergei A. (2013-04-17)
    This thesis describes a system which clusters the words of a given lexicon into conflation sets (sets of morphologically related words). The word clustering is based on clustering of suffixes, which, in turn, is based on ...
  • Pozen, Zinaida (2013-07-25)
    Accurate parse ranking is essential for deep linguistic processing applications and is one of the classic problems for academic research in NLP. Despite significant advances, there remains a big need for improvement, ...

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