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Second Position and the Prosody-Syntax Interface
Bogel et al. (2009) outlined a new architecture for modeling the interaction between prosody and syntax: we proposed an arrangement of interacting components in which prosodic information isExpand
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Developing a finite-state morphological anlayzer for Urdu and Hindi
We introduce and discuss a number of issues that arise in the process of building a finite-state morphological analyzer for Urdu, in particular issues with potential ambiguity and non-concatenativeExpand
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V1 in Icelandic : A Multifactorical Visualization of Historical Data
We present an innovative visualization technique for the analysis of historical data. We illustrate our method with respect to a diachronic case study involving V1 word order in Icelandic. A numberExpand
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Visual linguistic analysis of political discussions: Measuring deliberative quality
This article reports on a Digital Humanities research project which is concerned with the automated linguistic and visual analysis of political discourses with a particular focus on the concept ofExpand
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Urdu Ezafe and the Morphology-Syntax Interface
This paper introduces data from Urdu into the discussion surrounding the well-known Persian ezafe-construction (Samvelian 2007, Gomeshi 1997, Samiian 1994) in order to further explore the interplayExpand
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Identifying Urdu Complex Predication via Bigram Extraction
A problem that crops up repeatedly in shallow and deep syntactic parsing approaches to South Asian languages like Urdu/Hindi is the proper treatment of complex predications. Problems for the NLP ofExpand
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A Visual Analytics System for Cluster Exploration
This paper offers a new way of representing the results of automatic clustering algorithms by employing a Visual Analytics system which maps members of a cluster and their distance to each other ontoExpand
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Urdu - Roman Transliteration via Finite State Transducers
This paper introduces a two-way Urdu– Roman transliterator based solely on a nonprobabilistic finite state transducer that solves the encountered scriptural issues via a particular architecturalExpand
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Possessive clitics and ezafe in Urdu
In this paper we compare two ways of expressing possession in the Indo-Aryan language Urdu. While the genitive case marker can be analyzed as a clitic in a relatively straightforward way, the ezafeExpand
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PROSODIC PHONOLOGY IN LFG: A NEW PROPOSAL
In this paper we outline a new architecture for modeling the interaction between syntax and prosody. This architecture does not make use of correspondences between separate projections, but it isExpand
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