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PREFACE
A NEW BOOK ON COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS
OBJECTIVES AND INTENDED READERS OF THE BOOK
COORDINATION WITH COMPUTER SCIENCE
COORDINATION WITH ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
SELECTION OF TOPICS
WEB RESOURCES FOR THIS BOOK
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
I. INTRODUCTION
THE ROLE OF NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING
LINGUISTICS AND ITS STRUCTURE
WHAT WE MEAN BY COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS
WORD, WHAT IS IT?
THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF THE FUNDAMENTAL SCIENCE
CURRENT STATE OF APPLIED RESEARCH ON SPANISH
CONCLUSIONS
II. A HISTORICAL OUTLINE
THE STRUCTURALIST APPROACH
INITIAL CONTRIBUTION OF CHOMSKY
A SIMPLE CONTEXT-FREE GRAMMAR
TRANSFORMATIONAL GRAMMARS
LINGUISTIC RESEARCH AFTER CHOMSKY: CONSTRAINTS
HEAD-DRIVEN PHRASE STRUCTURE GRAMMAR
THE IDEA OF UNIFICATION
THE MEANING ⇔ TEXT THEORY: DEPENDENCY TREES
THE MEANING ⇔ TEXT THEORY: SEMANTIC LINKS
CLASSIFICATION OF APPLIED LINGUISTIC SYSTEMS
AUTOMATIC HYPHENATION
SPELL CHECKING
GRAMMAR CHECKING
STYLE CHECKING
REFERENCES TO WORDS AND WORD COMBINATIONS
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
TOPICAL SUMMARIZATION
AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION
NATURAL LANGUAGE INTERFACE
EXTRACTION OF FACTUAL DATA FROM TEXTS
TEXT GENERATION
SYSTEMS OF LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDING
RELATED SYSTEMS
IV. LANGUAGE AS A MEANING ⇔ TEXT TRANSFORMER
POSSIBLE POINTS OF VIEW ON NATURAL LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE AS A BI-DIRECTIONAL TRANSFORMER
TEXT, WHAT IS IT?
MEANING, WHAT IS IT?
TWO WAYS TO REPRESENT MEANING
DECOMPOSITION AND ATOMIZATION OF MEANING
NOT-UNIQUENESS OF TEXT ⇒ MEANING MAPPING: HOMONYMY
MORE ON HOMONYMY
TRANSLATION AS A MULTISTAGE TRANSFORMATION
TWO SIDES OF A SIGN
LINGUISTIC SIGN
LINGUISTIC SIGN IN THE MMT
LINGUISTIC SIGN IN HPSG
ARE SIGNIFIERS GIVEN BY NATURE OR BY CONVENTION?
GENERATIVE, MTT, AND CONSTRAINT IDEAS IN COMPARISON
V. LINGUISTIC MODELS
WHAT IS MODELING IN GENERAL?
NEUROLINGUISTIC MODELS
PSYCHOLINGUISTIC MODELS
FUNCTIONAL MODELS OF LANGUAGE
RESEARCH LINGUISTIC MODELS
COMMON FEATURES OF MODERN MODELS OF LANGUAGE
SPECIFIC FEATURES OF THE MEANING ⇔ TEXT MODEL
REDUCED MODELS
DO WE REALLY NEED LINGUISTIC MODELS?
ANALOGY IN NATURAL LANGUAGES
EMPIRICAL VERSUS RATIONALIST APPROACHES
LIMITED SCOPE OF THE MODERN LINGUISTIC THEORIES
EXERCISES
REVIEW QUESTIONS
PROBLEMS RECOMMENDED FOR EXAMS
LITERATURE
RECOMMENDED LITERATURE
ADDITIONAL LITERATURE
GENERAL GRAMMARS AND DICTIONARIES
REFERENCES
APPENDICES
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