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- De Gruyter 2015; US$ 140.00
This volume contains essays on modern and contrastive Romance lexicography as well as studies discussing lexicographical theories and methods and current research trends in the field. Different Romance languages and a number of traditions are taken into account, as well as a variety of both monolingual and comparative approaches. more...
- Narr Francke Attempto 2012; US$ 23.85
Diese Einführung befasst sich aus linguistischer Perspektive mit der nominalen Sondergruppe der Eigennamen im Deutschen. Sie berücksichtigt die neueste Forschung und bietet auch Ausblicke auf die Namen anderer Sprachen und Kulturen. In einem ersten Teil wird synchron ihren spezifischen Funktionen und grammatischen Besonderheiten nachgegangen (phonologisch,... more...
- Diplomica Verlag 2010; US$ 32.81
Hauptbeschreibung Das vorliegende Buch stellt die Geltung der gängigen syntaktischen Relationen für die deutsche Grammatik grundsätzlich infrage. Die im Text postulierte Redundanz des Subjektbegriffes beansprucht dabei ihre Gültigkeit nicht nur im Hinblick auf funktionalistische Syntaxtheorien, sondern auch für die Schulgrammatik: Die (semanto-)syntaktische... more...
- John Benjamins Publishing Company 2010; US$ 128.00
Somewhere and somehow, in the 5 to 7 million years since the last common ancestors of humans and the great apes, our ancestors ?got? language. The authors of this volume all agree that there was no single mutation or cultural innovation that took our ancestors directly from a limited system of a few vocalizations (primarily innate) and gestures (some... more...
- De Gruyter 2010; US$ 182.00
this volume studies how speakers deal with loanwords from foreign languages. Are foreign words adapted in pronunciation, writing, flexion and syntax to the recipient language or do they keep characteristics of the language of their origin? Do loan units change the system of the recipient language or do they get changed by it? Methodical... more...
- De Gruyter 2009; US$ 196.00
The main focus of the present collected volume is placed on early medieval personal names, which are examined for their value as sources both for linguists and for historians. There is a discussion of Germanic, Romance and Slavonic names. In addition, there is a paper dealing with pre-historic place-names, and one looking into the future under... more...
- John Benjamins Publishing Company 2009; US$ 120.00
Named Entities provides critical information for many NLP applications. Named Entity recognition and classification (NERC) in text is recognized as one of the important sub-tasks of Information Extraction (IE). The seven papers in this volume cover various interesting and informative aspects of NERC research. Nadeau & Sekine provide an extensive... more...
- De Gruyter 2007; US$ 238.00
The book contains 30 descriptive chapters dealing with a specific language contact situation. The chapters follow a uniform organisation format, being the narrative version of a standard comprehensive questionnaire previously distributed to all authors. The questionnaire targets systematically the possibility of contact influence / grammatical... more...
- De Gruyter 2007; US$ 210.00
This book proposes a new synthesis of the functions of proper names, from a semantic, pragmatic and syntactic perspective and provides a new classification of names. Since the most recent linguistic book in English on name theory dates back to 1973, this book fills an important gap in the current literature. more...
- John Benjamins Publishing Company 2002; US$ 165.00
A number of previous approaches to linguistic borrowing and contact phenomena in general have concluded that there are no formal boundaries whatsoever to the kinds of material that can pass from one language into another. At the same time, various hierarchies illustrate that some things are indeed more likely to be borrowed than others. Linguistic... more...