Linguistik International

Band 5:
Zybatow, Gerhild / Junghanns, Uwe / Mehlhorn, Grit / Szucsich, Luka (Hrsg.): Current Issues in Formal Slavic Linguistics. XVI/567 S. - Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien: Lang, 2001.
ISBN: 3-631-39187-0

Formal Slavic Linguistics stands for explicit descriptions of Slavic languages considering all linguistic levels and interfaces. The authors of this volume apply recent formal models in linguistics and demonstrate their descriptive accuracy and explanatory power. The authors investigate issues in psycholinguistics and computational linguistics as well as phonetic, syntactic, semantic, and morphological aspects of Slavic languages, applying recent formal models in linguistics (such as Minimalism, Optimality theory, HPSG, formal semantics).


Zybatow, Gerhild:
  Formale Slavistik – Vorwort S. IX
Phonetics – Phonology
Rochoń, Marzena:
  Syllabification in Polish: an OT Account S. 3
Rowicka, Grazyna:
  How Far Can You Go? Vowelless Roots and Clusters in Polish S. 15
Cetnarowska, Bozena:
  Prosodic Constraints and Argument Linking in Polish Event Nominals S. 25
Scheer, Tobias:
  The Rhythmic Law in Czech: Vowel-final Prefixes S. 37
Makarova, Veronika:
  Phonetic Approaches to Issues in Russian Intonation S. 49
Baerman, Matthew:
  The Prosodic Properties of ne in Bulgarian S. 59
Yadroff, Michael / Franks, Steven:
  The Origin of Prepositions S. 69
Willim, Ewa:
  On NP-Internal Agreement
A Study of Some Adjectival and Nominal Modifiers in Polish
S. 80
Giusti, Giuliana / Leko, Nedžad:
  The Categorial Status of Quantity Expressions S. 96
Szucsich, Luka:
  Adjunct Positions of Nominal Adverbials in Russian S. 106
Przepiórkowski, Adam:
  A Note on Optional and Multiple Long Distance Genitive of Negation in Polish S. 117
Mykowiecka, Agnieszka:
  Który vs. kto – Polish Noun-Modifying Relative Clauses S. 127
Rivero, María Luisa:
  On Impersonal se / sie in Slavic S. 137
Fici, Francesca / Manzini, M. Rita / Savoia, Leonardo:
  Clitics in Macedonian S. 148
Tomić, Olga Mišeska:
  Negation and Imperatives S. 159
Caink, Andrew:
  The Inflection/Clitic Distinction in the Bulgarian Nominal 'Clitic Cluster' S. 169
Bański, Piotr:
  Last Resort Prosodic Support in Polish S. 179
Meyer, Roland:
  Long Wh-Scoping in Polish S. 187
Dornisch, Ewa:
  Short A'-Movement of wh-Phrases in Polish S. 199
Liakin, Denis / Ndayiragije, Juvénal:
  New Look at an Old Problem: Multiple Wh-Fronting in Slavic S. 206
Tsedryk, Yahor:
  Feature Strength and the Interpretation of Russian Possessives S. 214
Trugman, Helen:
  Russian Possessors – Predicates or Arguments? S. 224
Zlatić, Larisa:
  The Syntactic Status of Slavic Possessives S. 236
Błaszczak, Joanna / Geist, Ljudmila:
  Zur Rolle des Pronomens to/èto in spezifizierenden Kopulakonstruktionen im Polnischen und Russischen S. 247
Rudnitskaya, Elena:
  The Small Clause Analysis Of The Russian Reflexive Sam Sebja 'Self-N Sebja-A' S. 258
Testelets, Yakov:
  Distributive Quantifier Float in Russian and Some Related Constructions S. 268
Bailyn, John Frederick:
  Inversion, Dislocation and Optionality in Russian S. 280
Lenertová, Denisa:
  On Clitic Placement, Topicalization and CP-Structure in Czech S. 294
Oliva, Karel / Plátek, Martin:
  Formal Word Order Complexity of Czech S. 306
Information Structure
Alter, Kai / Mleinek, Ina / Richter, Nicole:
  Prosodic Phrasing and Accentuation in Russian S. 317
Junghanns, Uwe:
  On Rightward Backgrounding S. 329
Mehlhorn, Grit:
  Information Structure of Discontinuous Constituents in Russian S. 344
Andreeva, Bistra / Avgustinova, Tania / Barry, William J.:
  Link-Associated and Focus-Associated Accent Patterns in Bulgarian S. 353
Arnaudova, Olga:
  On the Interaction between Focus and Prosody in the Bulgarian Sentence S. 365
Janewa, Valja:
  Informationsstrukturelles Potential der bulgarischen Objektklitika S. 376
Hajičová, Eva:
  Possiblities and Limits of Optimality in Topic-Focus Articulation S. 385
Piñón, Christopher:
  A Problem of Aspectual Composition in Polish S. 397
Späth, Andreas:
  Verb Meaning and DP-Interpretation in Russian S. 415
Karnowski, Paweł:
  Zum relativen Quantorenskopus im Polnischen S. 426
Piasecki, Maciej:
  A Dynamic Approach to Quantification and Reference in Polish Noun Phrases S. 436
Poljakova, Svetlana:
  Negative Gradpartikeln im Russischen und Deutschen S. 447
Computational Linguistics
Vitas, Duško / Krstev, Cvetana / Pavlović-Lazetić, Gordana:
  Flexible Dictionary Entry S. 461
Nenadić, Goran / Vitas, Duško / Krstev, Cvetana:
  Local Grammars and Compound Verb Lemmatization in Serbo-Croatian S. 469
Spasić, Irena / Pavlović-Lazetić, Gordana:
  Syntactic Structures in a Sublanguage of Serbian for Querying Relational Databases S. 478
Marciniak, Małgorzata / Mykowiecka, Agnieszka / Przepiórkowski, Adam / Kupść, Anna:
  An HPSG-Annotated Test Suite for Polish S. 488
Sgall, Petr:
  Underlying Structures in Annotating Czech National Corpus S. 499
Petkević, Vladimír:
  Automatic Detection of Subject and Verbal Predicate in the Czech Translation of G. Orwell's '1984' S. 506
Morphology – Lexicon – Argument Structure
Perlak, Danuta / Jarema, Gonia:
  Computation and Storage of Aspectual Verb Forms in the Mental Lexicon: Evidence from Polish S. 521
Gor, Kira / Chernigovskaya, Tatiana:
  Rules in Processing of Russian Verbal Morphology S. 528
Rozwadowska, Bozena / Spencer, Andrew:
  Psychological Predicates in Polish: Event Participants, Nominalizations and Mapping S. 536
Spencer, Andrew / Zaretskaya, Marina:
  The Stative Middle Construction in Russian – a Covert Category S. 546
Avgustinova, Tania:
  Distinguishing Argument Structure, Syntactic Dependents and Valence in HPSG: Relevance for Slavic S. 554