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Formal Description of Slavic Languages

The Fifth Conference, Leipzig 2003

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Gerhild Zybatow, Luka Szucsich, Uwe Junghanns and Roland Meyer

Contents: Cvetana Krstev/Duško Vitas/Gordana Pavlović-Lažetić: Resources and Methods in the Morphosyntactic Processing of Serbo-Croatian – Lucie Kučová/Eva Hajičová: Coreferential Relations in the Prague Dependency Treebank – Agnieszka Mykowiecka/Małgorzata Marciniak: Phrase Structure for an Effective Polish HPSG Grammar – Goran Nenadić/Irena Spasić: Towards Automatic Terminology Recognition in Serbian – Vladimír Petkevič: The Structure of the Nominal Group in the Czech National Corpus and its Part-of-Speech and Morphological Disambiguation – Kiril Simov/Petya Osenova: A Treatment of Coordination in the Bulgarian HPSG-based Treebank – Bistra Andreeva/Jacques Koreman: The Status of Vowel Devoicing in Bulgarian: Phonetic or Phonological? – Ben Hermans: Russian Vowel Reduction with Elements and without Ease of Perception – Roland Meyer/Ina Mleinek: How Prosody Signals Force and Focus - A Study of Rise-Fall Accents in Russian Yes-No Questions – Ina Mleinek: Prosody and Information Structuring in Russian Complex Sentences with čto-Object Clauses – Dominika Oliver/Bistra Andreeva: Peak Alignment in Broad and Narrow Focus in Polish and Bulgarian. A Cross-language Study – Tobias Scheer: Syllabic and Trapped Consonants in (Western) Slavic: the Same but yet Different – Denisa Bordag: Psycholinguistic Aspects of Grammatical Gender Production in Second Language Czech – Irina A. Sekerina: Gender Priming and Mapping of Referential Expressions in Russian – Marina Sherkina Lieber: The Cognate Facilitation Effect is a Frequency Effect: Evidence from Russian-English Bilingualism – Tatjana Heyde-Zybatow/Marko Malink: Russian, Czech and Upper Sorbian uže / / hižo and Aspectual Relations – Barbara Sonnenhauser: Imperfective Aspect in Russian: ‘Reference Time’, Semantics and Pragmatics – Ewa Willim: NP-related Unboundedness in Aspectual Composition in Polish – Peter Ackema/Amela Čamdžić: Long Verb Movement as LF Complex Predicate Formation – Bojan Belić: Minor Paucal in Serbian – Željko Bošković: A Minimalist Account of Genitive of Quantification – Stefan Dyła/Anna Feldman: On Commitative Constuctions in Polish and Russian – Rositsa Panayotova Dekova: Li-Attachment in Multiverb Constructions in Bulgarian – Marija Golden: 2nd Position Clitic Climbing and Restructuring – Iliyana Krapova/Guglielmo Cinque: On the Order of wh-Phrases in Bulgarian Multiple wh-Fronting – Mariana Lambova: Multiple Fronting in Bulgarian: Clustering and Separability – Paul Law: The Bulgarian Clitic li in Questions – Nedžad Leko: Syntactic Positions of Numerals in Bosnian – Denisa Lenertová: On the Syntax of Left-Peripheral Adverbial Clauses in Czech – Šárka Lešnerová/Marko Malink: Clitic Climbing and Theta-Roles in Upper Sorbian and Czech – Franc Marušič: CP under Control – Franc Marušič/Tatjana Marvin/Rok Žaucer: Depictive Secondary Predication with no PRO – Krzysztof Migdalski: The Syntax of the l-Participle in Bulgarian and Serbo-Croatian – Tanja Milićev: How Strong Are Full Pronouns in Serbian? – Olga Mišeska Tomić: Mood and Negation in Balkan Slavic – Adam Przepiórkowski/Alexandr Rosen: Czech and Polish Raising/Control with or without Structure Sharing – Joanna Rabiega-Wiśniewska: A New Classification of Polish Derivational Affixes – Hana Skrabalova: Coordination: Some Evidence for DP and NumP in Czech – Anne Sturgeon: Topic and Demonstrative Pronouns in Czech