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The oxford handbook of computational linguistics


the oxford handbook of computational linguistics

Andrews 1988 provides a historical perspective on changes in the conception of the lexical entries of verbs from the 1960s through the 1980s, covering a range of theoretical approaches.
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"The blossoms of 'Trockne Blumen Music and text in the early nineteenth century Music Analysis 18/3 (October 1999 307-345.In Fontaine, L, Bartlett, T, and O'Grady,."The Role of Blending in an Empirical Study of Literary Analysis." Sixth International Cognitive Linguistics Conference.Palo Alto, CA: csli.It also considers the post-war years, as the problems of atomic spectroscopy sparked the development of new methodological approaches to quantum theory.UCB/ucsd 1996 Cognitive Linguistics Workshop January, 1996, Berkeley.Stanford: Center for the Study of Language and Information (csli 269-283 distributed by Cambridge University Press.This article is a selection from." The reader-focalizer blend: discourse and cognition in narrative understanding." Nikiforidou, Kiki.



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This use has become widespread and is not limited to researchers sharing the theoretical orientation of those who first introduced the term.
Conceptual Blending and the Quest for the Holy Creative Process.
Experience: Creativity Through Emergent Binding in Neural Networks.Morphology and argument structure.Journal of Linguistics vol.Martinet is one of the most famous French linguists and can be regarded as the father of French functionalism.Theory Group February, 1996, Maryland.Michaelis (Eds.) Cognition and Function in Language. ."What n'er was Thought and cannot be Expres't: Michael Palmer and Postmodern Allusion." Ninth Annual Conference on Linguistics and Literature, University of North Texas, Denton, February 1997."Conceptual blending and the interpretation of relatives: A case study from Greek." Cognitive Linguistics 161, 169206.Edited by Klaus-Uwe neverwinter nights 1 mac Panther and G√ľnter Radden.Blending and polarization: Cognition under pressure.


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