Shinichiro Ishihara

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ISIS issues do not appear according to strict schedule. The annotation guidelines introduced in this chapter present an attempt to create a unique infrastructure for the encoding of data from very different languages. The ultimate target of these annotations is to allow for data retrieval for the study of information structure, and since information(More)
This paper investigates the question of whether and how 'Second Occurrence Focus' (SOF) is realized phonetically in German. The apparent lack of phonetic marking on SOF has raised much discussion on the semantic theory of focus (Partee 1999, Rooth 1992). Some researchers have reported the existence of phonetic marking of SOF in the postnuclear area (Rooth(More)
This paper, through a close examination, builds missing links between three types of focus constructions in Japanese: Cleft, Sluicing, and so-called 'No da' in-situ focus construction. Adopting Rizzi's (1997) articulated CP clause architecture, we demonstrate that these missing links are provided with a syntactic explanation. We also discuss a(More)
A 38-year-old man experienced an intermittent low-grade fever with generalized eruption, followed by rapidly progressive right hemiplegia. Neuroimaging revealed a ring-like enhanced mass in the left premotor cortex surrounded by marked perifocal edema. The syphilitic titer was high both in the serum and in the cerebrospinal fluid. Open biopsy of the lesion(More)
SUMMARY Three dimensional (3D) reconstruction techniques providing volume rendered 3D images from rotational angiography data now exist.We report the design and early experience with one such system. 237 aneurysms were studied. Information was obtained on the morphology of the aneurysm itself and the vascular architecture in and around the aneurysm. 218(More)
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