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Coordination and How to Distinguish Categories*

@inproceedings{Kay2001CoordinationAH,
  title={Coordination and How to Distinguish Categories*},
  author={M. Kay and E. Keenan and E. Klein and B. Ladusaw and J. Maling and D. Oehrle and A. Ojeda and E. Paulson and J. Pinkham},
  year={2001}
}
  • M. Kay, E. Keenan, +6 authors J. Pinkham
  • Published 2001
  • * The authors wish to acknowledge their debt to a great many individuals for helpful conversations, suggestions, and/or encouragement throughout the usually long time taken for this paper to see the light of day. Special thanks are due to Carl Pollard and Geoffrey Pullum, who provided so much assistance and advice that they probably ought to have been listed as co-authors. Our thinking about what the Head Feature Convention needed to do was considerably clarified by conversations with Fernando… CONTINUE READING
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