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Current Approaches to Formal Slavic Linguistics

Contributions of the Second European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages (FDSL II) held at Potsdam University, November 20-22, 1997


Peter Kosta and Jens Frasek

Contents: Leonard H. Babby: Argument Suppression and Case in Russian Derived Nominals – Steven Franks: The Pros and Cons of Clitic Cluster Formation – Jens Nørgård-Sørensen: Individuation in Russian: Gender semantics and Other Issues – Tania Avgustinova: Clustering Clitics in Bulgarian Nominal Constituents – Kai Alter/Uwe Junghanns: Topic-Related Prosodic Patterns in Russian – Lukas Szucsich: Case and Configuration: The Problem of Nominal Adjuncts – Olga Mišeska Tomić: The Site and Status of the South Slavic Negative Particle – Andreas Späth: On Definite Reference of Determinerless Nouns in Russian – Danko Šipka: A Decisionist Model of Slavic Morphology – Nenad Končar/Danko Šipka: Slavic as a Source and Target Language in NeuroTran® Sentence Translation – Bistra Andreeva/William J. Barry: Intonation von checks in der Sofia-Varietät des Bulgarischen – Nancy Smith/Bernhard Staudinger: Einige Probleme der Aspektberechnung in einem deutsch-russischen Übersetzungssystem – Juliane Lagunov: Modaltransfer Russisch-Deutsch: Disambiguierung mittels Thema-Rhema-Gliederung – Ljudmila Geist: Russisch byt‘: zwei Kopulae, zwei Kasus, ein integrierter Ansatz – Assinja Demjjanow: Semantik aspektueller Verben im Russischen – Hermann Fegert: Die Hierarchie der Verbbetonungsmuster im Russischen – Andrzej Bogusławski: Zur sogenannten ‘negative transportation’ – Irina Sekerina: The Late Closure Principle in Processing of Ambiguous Russian Sentences – Richard Zuber: Some Categorially Polyvalent Modifiers in Polish – Ivanka P. Schick: Clitic-Doubling Constructions in Modern Bulgarian – Peter Kosta: Minimalism and Free Constituent Order in Russian – Barbara Kunzmann-Müller: Impersonale Konstruktionen im Slavischen – Jarmila Panevová/Jan Hajič: The Syntactic Tagging of Corpora: New Issues for Explicit Syntactic Description of Czech – Elena Rudnitskaya: Long-distance Binding into Russian Infinitives: the Blocking Effect of Overt Complementizers and Dative Subjects – Petr Sgall: Formalizing a Functional Description – Gerald Penn: On the Plausibility of Purely Structural Multiple WH-Fronting – Roland Meyer: Wh-Questions without Overt Wh-Movement in Russian and Polish – Milan Mihaljević: The Structure of Croatian Alternative Questions – Anna Kupść/Adam Przepiórkowski: Morphological Aspects of Verbal Negation in Polish – Eva Hajičová: Focalizers and their Status in the Topic/Focus Articulation of the Sentence – Hélène Le Guillou de Penanros: Prefixes-prepositions Revisited – Chris Wilder/Damir Ćavar: Verb Movement, Cliticization and Coordination – Joanna Błaszczak: Towards a Binding Analysis of Negative Polarity Items in Polish – Adam Przepiórkowski: Verbal Proforms and the Complement-Adjunct Distinction in Polish – Loren A. Billings: Word Order and Argument Structure of Russian Psych Predicates – Leonid Birjulin: Итеративные Конструкции: Опыт Семантическ ого Моделирован ия.