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Band 177:
Ballmer, Thomas T. / Wildgen, Wolfgang (Hrsg.): Process linguistics. Exploring the processual aspects of language and language use, and the methods of their description. 389 S. - Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1987.
ISBN: 3-484-30177-5

Dieser Band ist im IDS verfügbar:

[Buch] IDS-Bibliothek: Sig. M 1126
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E-Book (PDF). Berlin / New York: de Gruyter. ISBN: 978-3-11-163375-6


Introduction S. 1
Part One: Modelling Processual Aspects of Language in the Framework of (Nonlinear) Dynamic Systems Theory
Poston, Tim:
  "Mister! Your back wheel's going round!" S. 11
Ballmer, Thomas T.:
  Case, Aktionsart and Ergativity
A Semantical Base for Typological Issues
S. 37
Wildgen, Wolfgang:
  Dynamic and Ontological Foundations for a Theory of the Lexicon S. 80
Wildgen, Wolfgang:
  Dynamic Aspects of Nominal Composition S. 128
Part Two: The Empirical Study of Processual Aspects of Language
Kindt, Walter:
  Dynamic Semantics S. 165
van der Geest, Ton:
  Language Acquisition in an Interactive, Semantic-Cognitive and Neurolinguistic Perspective S. 186
Coulmas, Florian:
  New Words, Complexity and Arbitrariness S. 227
Sbisa, Marina:
  Speech Acts and Context Change S. 252
Part Three: Language Processes within Different Frameworks (Logics, Artificial Intelligence, Statistics)
ter Meulen, Alice G. B.:
  The Dynamic Interpretation of Discourse S. 283
Jameson, Anthony / Wahlster, Wolfgang:
  User Modelling in Anaphora Generation: Ellipsis and Definite Description S. 309
Orlov, Ju. K.:
  Statistical Modelling of the Speech Flow S. 328
Index of Names S. 383
Index of Subjects S. 386