By Michael Levison,Greg Lessard,Craig Thomas,Matthew Donald
The formalism is designed to symbolize that means as stumbled on at a number of degrees, together with uncomplicated semantic devices and relatives, observe which means, sentence-level phenomena, and text-level which means. by means of drawing on primary ideas of software layout, the proposed formalism is either effortless to learn and regulate but sufficiently strong to permit for the illustration of advanced semantic phenomena.
In this monograph, the authors introduce the formalism and exhibit its simple constitution, use it on the research of the semantics of a number of linguistic phenomena in either English and French, and use it to symbolize the semantics of a number of texts starting from unmarried sentences, to textual excepts, to a whole story.
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The Semantic Representation of Natural Language (Bloomsbury Studies in Theoretical Linguistics) by Michael Levison,Greg Lessard,Craig Thomas,Matthew Donald