The course consists of 13 lectures and 6 exercise sessions.
It is taught in the first semester.
|Thursday||10.35-12.05||Dekenstraat 2 VHI 02.41|
|October 9||16.00-18.00||Celestijnenlaan 200 M 00.07|
|October 23||16.00-18.00||Celestijnenlaan 200 M 00.07|
|November 6||16.00-18.00||Celestijnenlaan 200 M 00.07|
|November 20||16.00-18.00||Celestijnenlaan 200 M 00.07|
|December 4||16.00-18.00||Celestijnenlaan 200 M 00.07|
|December 18||16.00-18.00||Celestijnenlaan 200 M 00.07|
Ivan A. Sag, Thomas Wasow and Emily M. Bender,
Theory. A Formal Introduction. Second Edition.
CSLI Publications, Stanford University, 2003.
Copies are available at bookshop Peeters (Bondgenotenlaan 153).
Lecture 1a: preface
Lecture 1b: introduction
Lecture 2: grammars
Lecture 3: typed feature structures
Lecture 4: complex feature values
Lecture 5a: semantics
Lecture 5b: semantic representations
Lecture 6: binding
Lecture 7: morphology and the lexicon
Lecture 8: grammars and psychological reality
Lecture 9: passive
Lecture 10: dummies and idioms
Lecture 11: infinitival complements
Lecture 12: auxiliaries
Lecture 13: long distance dependencies
The slides of lecture 7 in .tex format:
morphology and the lexicon
Series 1 deadline: October 9
Series 2 deadline: October 23
Series 3 deadline: November 6
Series 4 deadline: November 20
Series 5 deadline: December 4
Bring your solutions to the exercise sessions.
In case you cannot attend the exercise session(s), you can submit electronically (.pdf or .doc format).
Here you can check whether I have received your solutions.
The solutions of the exercises are discussed collectively during the exercise sessions.
Centre for Computational Linguistics
Blijde-Inkomststraat 13, 3000 Leuven
Oral with written preparation
Students who have delivered the solutions of the exercises by the set deadlines have an open book exam.
For an example of a question, see the Student Information Page of the MAI web site.
Date: January 29, 2014
Location: Celestijnenlaan 200 S 00.04
General information about Head-driven
Phrase Structure Grammar.
Bibliography of Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar.
On-line proceedings of HPSG conferences.
Jobs in language and speech technology. See also external links of CCL.