Restriction and Correspondence-based Translation

  title={Restriction and Correspondence-based Translation},
  author={Ronald M. Kaplan and J{\"u}rgen Wedekind},
Kaplan et al. (1989) present a framework for translation based on the description and correspondence concepts of LexicalFunctional Grammar (Kaplan and Bresnan, 1982). Certain phenomena, in particular the head-switching of adverbs and verbs, seem to be problematic for that approach. In this paper we suggest that these difficulties are more properly considered as the result of defective monolingual analyses. We propose a new description-language operator, restriction, to permit a succinct formal… CONTINUE READING
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