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Acknowledgments
Introduction
1.1. A FORMAL FRAMEWORK FOR LINGUISTIC THEORIES 7
1.1 A Formal Framework for Linguistic The-
1.2 Linguistic Analyses
1.3 Contribution of this Research
Formal Foundations I
2.1 Language as Partial Information
2.1.1 The Idea
2.1.2 Formal Reconstruction
2.1.3 Discussion
2.2. LANGUAGE AS A COLLECTION OF TOTAL OBJECTS 71
2.2 Language as a Collection of Total Objects
2.2.2.1 SRL
2.2.2.2 Exhaustive Models
2.2.2.3 Types and Tokens
2.2.2.4 Strong Generative Capacity
2.2.3 Problems: Missing Concepts60
Formal Foundations II: RSRL
3.1 The Formalism
3.1.1 The Description Language
3.1.2 Constructing a Canonical Exhaustive Model
3.1.2.1 Congruence and Indiscernibility
3.1.2.2 Morphs and Morph Admission
3.1.2.3 Canonical Exhaustive Models
3.1.3 The Different Perspectives Revisited
3.2 A Notation for Linguistics
3.2.1 An AVM Syntax for RSRL
3.2.2 Equivalence to RSRL Syntax
3.2.3 Abbreviatory Conventions
3.3 Computation
The Grammar of Pollard & Sag
4.1 Quantification
4.2 Relations
4.3 Chains
4.3.1 An Example
4.3.2 On the Status of Chains in Grammars
4.3.3 Relations between Chains and Lists
4.4 Sets
4.4.1 A Problem and a Solution
4.4.2 Notation and Examples
4.4.3 Application
4.5 Parerga and Paralipomena
4.5.1 An Apparently Problematic Principle
4.5.2 Parametric Sorts
4.5.3 The Lexicon and Lexical Rules
Beyond Classical HPSG
5.1 Overview
5.2 Meurers 2000 and Przepi´orkowski 1999a
5.2.1 Case Theory
5.2.2 Quantifier Retrieval
5.2.3 Summary
5.3 Linearization
5.3.1 The Architecture
5.3.2 Topological Relations and Principles
5.3.3 Summary
5.4 Model-theoretic Semantics19
5.4.1 A Grammar of the Syntax of Ty2
5.4.2 An Operational Extension
5.4.3 A Principle at the Syntax-Semantics Interface
5.4.4 Summary
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