Morpheme-based incremental parsing in child language: A view from Turkish



Morphosyntax of movement dependencies in Haitian Creole
Takahashi, Shoichi; Gracanın Yüksek, Martına (Wiley, 2008-08-01)
In Haitian Creole the lexical item ki shows up when a subject (but not an object) undergoes operator movement in wh‐questions, clefts, and relative clauses. We argue that ki is a phonological reflex of agreement between the complementizer and a wh‐phrase. More specifically, the complementizer is spelled out as ki if all its features are checked off by a single goal. We demonstrate that this is accomplished only when the operator is a subject.
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Syntactical Informational Structural Realism
Davoody Benı, Majıd (2018-12-01)
Luciano Floridi's informational structural realism (ISR) takes a constructionist attitude towards the problems of epistemology and metaphysics, but the question of the nature of the semantical component of his view remains vexing. In this paper, I propose to dispense with the semantical component of ISR completely. I outline a Syntactical version of ISR (SISR for short). The unified entropy-based framework of information has been adopted as the groundwork of SISR. To establish its realist component, SISR sh...
Intonation structure and intonation in Svo and Ovs sentences in spoken Russian
Ghinda, Elena; Zeyrek Bozşahin, Deniz; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2010)
The purpose of this thesis is to examine the difference between SVO and OVS sentences in spoken Russian, which is a language with flexible word order although the basic order is SVO. Two experiments were conducted to understand the nature of intonation. Experiment 1 shows that the Subject appears as kontrast in OVS sentences, and as background in SVO sentences. The F0 curve rises in the Object position when the Subject is kontrast in OVS sentences. The analysis of the results of Experiment 2 shows that the ...
Companding in P.C.M. systems and its applicaiton to Turkish speech.
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D. Özge, “Morpheme-based incremental parsing in child language: A view from Turkish,” presented at the Linguistics and Language Conference, LILA 2014, 2014, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: