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Spell-out and the minimalist program, Juan Uriagereka

Label
Spell-out and the minimalist program
Title
Spell-out and the minimalist program
Statement of responsibility
Juan Uriagereka
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Juan Uriagereka explores important consequences of the multiple spell-out hypothesis and of the linked notion of cyclicity. He combines the latest thinking in linguistics with perspectives drawn from physics, biology, and animal behaviour
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Uriagereka, Juan
Dewey number
415.0182
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Minimalist theory (Linguistics)
  • Grammar, Comparative and general
  • Cognitive grammar
Label
Spell-out and the minimalist program, Juan Uriagereka
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 314-341) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Cover""; ""Contents""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Introduction""; ""1. Derivations""; ""2. The extension of computational theories""; ""3. The main argument for bottom-up systems""; ""4. How the cycle colors the orthogonality of computations""; ""5. Three factors of language design""; ""6. What sort of computational complexity?""; ""7. Evo-devo considerations""; ""8. Dynamical frustration as a third factor""; ""9. The CLASH model""; ""10. Ultrametricity in syntax?""; ""11. The Multiple Spell-out attempt to rationalize the cycle""; ""1 Linearization""
  • ""1.1. Conceptualizing the Squeezing Problem""""1.2. The Finite State Limit on phrase structure""; ""1.3. Context-sensitive dependencies""; ""1.4. Context-sensitive asymmetries""; ""1.5. Incremental parsing and information flow""; ""1.6. Linearizing complex branchings""; ""1.7. LCA vs. MLCA parsing of complex structures""; ""1.8. Conclusions""; ""2 Sub-extraction""; ""2.1. A summary of the MSO proposal based on the LCT""; ""2.2. Off-line information""; ""2.3. Possible subject sub-extractions?""; ""2.4. Genuine subject sub-extractions""; ""2.5. A careful experiment""
  • ""2.6. Adjunct sub-extraction""""2.7. Conclusions""; ""3 C-command""; ""3.1. An architecture based on c-command""; ""3.2. C-command throughout""; ""3.3. C-command in construal""; ""3.4. C-command in morpho-phonemics""; ""3.5. Is c-command derived or eliminated?""; ""3.6. Beyond c-command""; ""3.7. Conclusions""; ""4 Cyclicity""; ""4.1. Multiple cyclicity conditions""; ""4.2. Cyclicity within compounds""; ""4.3. Is compounding recursive?""; ""4.4. Compounding as atomization and the notion â€?head of the compoundâ€?""; ""4.5. Parametric differences in Spell-out?""
  • ""4.6. Reconstruction effects""""4.7. Adjunct deactivation and linearization""; ""4.8. Adjunct opacity""; ""4.9. Conclusions""; ""5 Antecedents and Consequents""; ""5.1. Antecedents""; ""5.2. Phases""; ""5.3. Repair""; ""5.4. Is linearization represented?""; ""5.5. Interfacing currents""; ""5.6. Reprojections""; ""5.7. Psycholinguistic consequences""; ""5.8. Conclusions""; ""6 The Frustrating Equation""; ""6.1. Dynamical frustration""; ""6.2. 3rd factor considerations""; ""6.3. Systemic memory""; ""6.4. A biophysics of language?""; ""6.5. Parsing birdsongs?""; ""6.6. A physics for birdsong?""
  • ""6.7. Frustration in birdsong patterns?""""6.8. Effective recursion""; ""6.9. The Transfer Hypothesis""; ""6.10. Conclusions""; ""7 A CLASH Model""; ""7.1. Taking stock""; ""7.2. The dual nature of language""; ""7.3. A formal system""; ""7.4. Reversing the flow of PF""; ""7.5. Fibonacci patterns in grammar""; ""7.6. Predicting the properties of the Merge operation""; ""7.7. On the periodicity of phases""; ""7.8. Bottom-up syntax at a higher dimension""; ""7.9. 3rd factor redux""; ""7.10. Conclusions""; ""References""; ""Index""; ""A""; ""B""; ""C""; ""D""; ""E""; ""F""; ""G""; ""H""; ""I""
Control code
ocn778448497
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 349 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191635588
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)778448497
Label
Spell-out and the minimalist program, Juan Uriagereka
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 314-341) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Cover""; ""Contents""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Introduction""; ""1. Derivations""; ""2. The extension of computational theories""; ""3. The main argument for bottom-up systems""; ""4. How the cycle colors the orthogonality of computations""; ""5. Three factors of language design""; ""6. What sort of computational complexity?""; ""7. Evo-devo considerations""; ""8. Dynamical frustration as a third factor""; ""9. The CLASH model""; ""10. Ultrametricity in syntax?""; ""11. The Multiple Spell-out attempt to rationalize the cycle""; ""1 Linearization""
  • ""1.1. Conceptualizing the Squeezing Problem""""1.2. The Finite State Limit on phrase structure""; ""1.3. Context-sensitive dependencies""; ""1.4. Context-sensitive asymmetries""; ""1.5. Incremental parsing and information flow""; ""1.6. Linearizing complex branchings""; ""1.7. LCA vs. MLCA parsing of complex structures""; ""1.8. Conclusions""; ""2 Sub-extraction""; ""2.1. A summary of the MSO proposal based on the LCT""; ""2.2. Off-line information""; ""2.3. Possible subject sub-extractions?""; ""2.4. Genuine subject sub-extractions""; ""2.5. A careful experiment""
  • ""2.6. Adjunct sub-extraction""""2.7. Conclusions""; ""3 C-command""; ""3.1. An architecture based on c-command""; ""3.2. C-command throughout""; ""3.3. C-command in construal""; ""3.4. C-command in morpho-phonemics""; ""3.5. Is c-command derived or eliminated?""; ""3.6. Beyond c-command""; ""3.7. Conclusions""; ""4 Cyclicity""; ""4.1. Multiple cyclicity conditions""; ""4.2. Cyclicity within compounds""; ""4.3. Is compounding recursive?""; ""4.4. Compounding as atomization and the notion â€?head of the compoundâ€?""; ""4.5. Parametric differences in Spell-out?""
  • ""4.6. Reconstruction effects""""4.7. Adjunct deactivation and linearization""; ""4.8. Adjunct opacity""; ""4.9. Conclusions""; ""5 Antecedents and Consequents""; ""5.1. Antecedents""; ""5.2. Phases""; ""5.3. Repair""; ""5.4. Is linearization represented?""; ""5.5. Interfacing currents""; ""5.6. Reprojections""; ""5.7. Psycholinguistic consequences""; ""5.8. Conclusions""; ""6 The Frustrating Equation""; ""6.1. Dynamical frustration""; ""6.2. 3rd factor considerations""; ""6.3. Systemic memory""; ""6.4. A biophysics of language?""; ""6.5. Parsing birdsongs?""; ""6.6. A physics for birdsong?""
  • ""6.7. Frustration in birdsong patterns?""""6.8. Effective recursion""; ""6.9. The Transfer Hypothesis""; ""6.10. Conclusions""; ""7 A CLASH Model""; ""7.1. Taking stock""; ""7.2. The dual nature of language""; ""7.3. A formal system""; ""7.4. Reversing the flow of PF""; ""7.5. Fibonacci patterns in grammar""; ""7.6. Predicting the properties of the Merge operation""; ""7.7. On the periodicity of phases""; ""7.8. Bottom-up syntax at a higher dimension""; ""7.9. 3rd factor redux""; ""7.10. Conclusions""; ""References""; ""Index""; ""A""; ""B""; ""C""; ""D""; ""E""; ""F""; ""G""; ""H""; ""I""
Control code
ocn778448497
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 349 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191635588
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)778448497

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