Gábor Alberti

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Fifteen patients with hydatidosis, 13 with hepatic echinococcosis and two with isolated lesions of the spleen and the shoulder, were examined with magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. Of the 13 patients with hepatic hydatidosis, four had secondary peritoneal lesions, and one also had involvement of the dorsal spine. The presence of a hypointense rim and a(More)
A new sort of generative grammar (Sec2) will be demonstrated which is more radically “lexicalist” than any earlier one (Sec1). It is a modified Unification Categorial Grammar [1–4] from which even the principal syntactic “weapon” of CGs, Function Application, has been omitted. What has remained is lexical sign and the mere technique of unification as the(More)
Our double Machine (-Aided) Translation project to be demonstrated here (sections 3-4) is based on the parsing project [5-9, 12] of our Pécs theoretical and computational linguistics research team, called GeLexi (‘Generative LEXIcon’), whose (knowledge-based) parsers (section 2) rely on “totally lexicalist” [21, 2, 4, 7] representative mini-grammars of(More)
Problem(s) (for possible-worlds semantics) discussed: accessible ref’s in “opaque” context ◙ “Hob-Nob sentences” (referential dependence between different people’s believes) 3 ◙ Benz’s (2000) puzzle concerning common ground 4 ◙ modal anchoring (Farkas 1993, Roberts 1996:243) 5 ◙ “Huitink’s paradox” (Zeevat 2005:547) 6 ◙ strange cases of (mis)understanding(More)