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Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar

Table of Contents

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  • Contributions to the Main Conference
    • Abeillé, Anne (Universite Paris 7)

      A Lexicon- and Construction-Based Approach to Coordinations

    • Abeillé, Anne (Université Paris 7) and Godard, Danièle (LLF, CNRS)

      The Syntactic Flexibility of Adverbs: French Degree Adverbs

    • Beavers, John (Stanford University)

      More Heads and Less Categories: A New Look at Noun Phrase Structure

    • Bonami, Olivier (Universite Rennes) and Godard, Daniele (Universite Paris 7)

      Incidental Adjuncts: An Overlooked Type of Adjunction

    • Bouma, Gosse (Rijskuniversiteit Groningen)

      Verb Clusters and the Scope of Adjuncts in Dutch

    • Choi, Incheol and Wechsler, Stephen (University of Texas at Austin)

      The Korean Dative

    • Chung, Chan (Dongseo University) and Kim, Jong-Bok (Kyung Hee University)

      Capturing Word Order Asymmetries in English

    • De Kuthy, Kordula and Meurers, W. Detmar (Ohio State University)

      Dealing with Optional Complements in HPSG-Based Grammar Implementations

    • De Kuthy, Kordula and Meurers, W. Detmar (Ohio State University)

      The Secret Life of Focus Exponents, and What it Tells Us about Fronted Verbal Projections

    • Flickinger, Dan (Stanford University) and Bond, Francis (NTT Communication Science Labs)

      A Two-Rule Analysis of Measure Noun Phrases

    • Gundel, Jeanette (University of Minnesota)

      Information Structure and Referential Givenness/Newness: How Much Belongs in the Grammar?

    • Haji-Abdolhosseini, Mohammad (University of Toronto)

      Constraint-Based Approach to Information Structure and Prosody Correspondence

    • Holler, Anke (University of Heidelberg, TEMIS Deutschland)

      An HPSG Analysis of the Non-Integrated Wh-Relative Clauses in German

    • Jaeger, Florian (Stanford University)

      Topics First! In- and Outside of Bulgarian Wh-Interrogatives

    • Kathol, Andreas (University of California Berkeley)

      Cooperating Constructions in Lai Lexical Insertion

    • Koenig, Jean-Pierre and Davis, Anthony (University at Buffalo, SUNY)

      Semantically Transparent Linking in HPSG

    • Levine, Robert D. (Ohio State University) and Sag, Ivan A. (Stanford University)

      Some Empirical Issues in the Grammar of Extraction

    • Levy, Roger and Oshima, David Yoshikazu (Stanford University)

      Non-Transitive Information Flow in Japanese Noun-Classifier Matching

    • Malouf, Robert (San Diego State University)

      A Quantitative Look at Mixed Category Constructions

    • Metcalf, Vanessa (Ohio State University)

      A linearization account of Spanish obligatory subject NP inversion

    • Müller, Stefan (University of Bremen)

      Object-to-Subject-Raising and Lexical Rule: An Analysis of the German Passiv

    • Paris, Luis (University at Albany, SUNY) and Koenig, Jean-Pierre (University at Buffalo, SUNY)

      What Does It Mean to Be a Complement?

    • Penn, Gerald and Hoetmer, Kenneth (University of Toronto)

      In Search of Epistemic Primitives in the English Resource Grammar (or Why HPSG Can't Live without Higher-Order Datatypes)

    • Purver, Matthew and Ginzburg, Jonathan (King's College London)

      Clarifying Noun Phrase Semantics in HPSG

    • Runner, Jeffrey T. (University of Rochester) and Aranovich, Raul (University of California Davis)

      Noun Incorporation and Rule Interaction in the Lexicon

    • Schlangen, David and Lascarides, Alex (University of Edinburgh)

      A Compositional and Constraint-Based Approach to Non-Sentential Utterances

    • Sells, Peter (Stanford University)

      Negatives of imperatives

    • Tanenhaus, Michael K. (University of Rochester)

      Interactions with Context in Language Comprehension: Implications and Challenges

    • Van Eynde, Frank (University of Leuven)

      On the Notion `Determiner'

    • Yoo, Eun-Jung (Seoul National University)

      Specificational Pseudoclefts in English

    • Yoshimoto, Kei and Kobayashi, Masahiro (Tohoku University)

      Floating Quantifiers in Japanese as Non-Floating Anaphora


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