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Formal Description of Slavic Languages

The Fifth Conference, Leipzig 2003

by Gerhild Zybatow (Volume editor) Luka Szucsich (Volume editor) Uwe Junghanns (Volume editor) Roland Meyer (Volume editor)
Edited Collection X, 601 Pages
Series: Linguistik International, Volume 20

Summary

The conferences «Formal Description of Slavic Languages» stand for the application of recent formal models in linguistics – such as Minimalism, Optimality theory, HPSG, formal semantics – to Slavic languages in order to arrive at explicit descriptions that consider all linguistic levels and interfaces. The authors of this volume investigate issues in computational linguistics, phonetics and phonology, psycholinguistics, semantics, syntax, and morphology. The analyses published address the following Slavic languages: Bosnian, Bulgarian, Czech, Macedonian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovenian, and Upper-Sorbian.

Details

Pages
X, 601
ISBN (Softcover)
9783631551608
Language
English
Published
Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2008. X, 601 pp., num. tables and graphs

Biographical notes

Gerhild Zybatow (Volume editor) Luka Szucsich (Volume editor) Uwe Junghanns (Volume editor) Roland Meyer (Volume editor)

The Editors: Gerhild Zybatow is professor of Slavic linguistics at the Slavic Department at the Universität Leipzig. Luka Szucsich (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Uwe Junghanns (Universität Leipzig), and Roland Meyer (Universität Regensburg) hold research and teaching positions at Linguistic or Slavic departments.

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