Complexity and Determinism in Linguistic Computation Phases and Cartography in Phrase Structure Building

@inproceedings{Chesi2005ComplexityAD,
  title={Complexity and Determinism in Linguistic Computation Phases and Cartography in Phrase Structure Building},
  author={Cristiano Chesi},
  year={2005}
}
Developing linguistic resources (such as lexica, grammars etc.) that can be used both in parsing and in generation is an extremely difficult task. Nonetheless, thinking about this option is useful in order to highlight properties of the linguistic competence that seem to be cognitively motivated. The standard minimalist approach (Chomsky 1995-2001) sketches a model that does not fit in any clear way with specific performance algorithms such as parsing or generation even though much emphasis is… CONTINUE READING
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