Linear Logic for Meaning Assembly

@article{Dalrymple1995LinearLF,
  title={Linear Logic for Meaning Assembly},
  author={Mary Dalrymple and John Lamping and Fernando Pereira and Vijay A. Saraswat},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={1995},
  volume={cmp-lg/9504012}
}
Semantic theories of natural language associate meanings with utterances by providing meanings for lexical items and rules for determining the meaning of larger units given the meanings of their parts. Meanings are often assumed to combine via function application, which works well when constituent structure trees are used to guide semantic composition. However, we believe that the functional structure of Lexical-Functional Grammar is best used to provide the syntactic information necessary for… CONTINUE READING
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