• Computer Science
  • Published 2014

Recent Progress in Monotonicity

@inproceedings{Icard2014RecentPI,
  title={Recent Progress in Monotonicity},
  author={Thomas F. Icard and Lawrence S. Moss},
  year={2014}
}
This paper serves two purposes. It is a summary of much work concerning formal treatments of monotonicity and polarity in natural language, and it also discusses connections to related work on exclusion relations, and connections to psycholinguistics and computational linguistics. The second part of the paper presents a summary of some new work on a formal Monotonicity Calculus. 

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