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Slavic Languages in the Perspective of Formal Grammar (Sborník)
Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2015, ISBN: 978-3-631-66251-9, (Proceedings of FDSL 10.5, Brno 2014).
The volume comprises papers that were presented at the 14th European conference on «Formal Description of Slavic Languages 10.5» at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic. The conference focuses on formal approaches to Slavic phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics. The present contributions describe interesting data patterns found in Slavic languages and analyze them from the perspective of formal grammar, including generative syntax, Distributed Morphology, formal semantics and others.
Alёna Aksёnova: Nominal Partitive Constructions in Russian – Jitka Bartošova: Semantic Analysis of Czech Demonstrative Pronoun TO – Muamera Begović/Nadira Aljović: Accounting for Agreement Patterns in Coordinate Noun Phrases with a Shared Modifier – Petr Biskup: On (Non-)Compositionality of Prefixed Verbs – Željko Bošković: Deducing the Generalized XP Constraint from Phasal Spell-out – Željko Bošković/I-Ta Chris Hsieh: On the Semantics of the NP-Internal Word Order: Chinese vs Serbo-Croatian – Tsvetana Dimitrova/Svetla Koeva: Rule-Based Person Named Entity Recognition for Bulgarian – Jakub Dotlačil: Why is Distributivity So Hard? New Evidence from Distributive Markers and Licensors in Czech – Guillaume Enguehard: The Underlying Representation of the Russian Suffix -va – Pavel Kosek: Development of Word Order of Preterit Auxiliary Clitics in the Old Czech Bibles – Petra Mišmaš: Wh-in Situ in a Multiple Wh-fronting Language – Jeffrey Keith Parrott: Gender Impoverishment in Czech, Slavic, and beyond – Vladimir Petkevič: Genitive in Contemporary Czech from the Perspective of Morphological Tagging and Parsing – Privoznov Dmitry: Participle Passives and Passive Participles in Russian: Aspect – Eugenia Romanova: Possible and Impossible Cases of Possessive Perfect – Olga Steriopolo: Expressive Morphology in Russian and Other Languages – Marcin Wągiel: The Story of Polish Para: From a Group Noun to a Measure Word and Indefinite Quantifier – Jacek Witkoś/Dominika Dziubała-Szrejbrowska: On delayed Transfer and a Nano-syntax inspired Account of Genitive of Quantification.