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Author: Samuel Jay Keyser,Robert Frank
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Title: Phrase Structure Composition and Syntactic Dependencies (Current Studies in Linguistics)
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Phrase Structure Composition and Syntactic Dependencies (Current Studies in Linguistics) by Samuel Jay Keyser,Robert Frank



The empirical advantages of the resulting model, illustrated with extensive case studies of subject-raising constructions and wh-questions, point toward a conception of grammar that is sharply limited in its computational power.

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Robert Frank, "Phrase Structure Composition and Syntactic Dependencies (Current Studies in Linguistics)" The MIT Press 2004-09-01 ISBN: 0262562081 388 pages PDF 2,1 MB. In Phrase Structure Composition and Syntactic Dependencies, Robert Frank explores an approach to syntactic theory that weds the Tree Adjoining Grammar (TAG) formalism with the minimalist framework. The empirical advantages of the resulting model, illustrated with extensive case studies of subject-raising constructions and wh-questions, point toward a conception of grammar that is sharply limited in its computational power.

1 Robert Frank, Phrase structure composition and syntactic dependencies (Current Studies in Linguistics 38). Cambridge, MA & London: MIT Press, 2002. The fundamental thesis in TAG-based linguistic work is that grammatical well-formedness conditions and syntactic dependencies are localized within the domain of TAG’s primitive elements, . within a set of predefined pieces of tree structure, called ELEMENTARY TREES. In this book, Robert Frank builds a comprehensive theory of TAG-based grammar, which is founded on some of the early work in this area, including his own (Frank 1992).

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In Phrase Structure Composition and Syntactic Dependencies, Robert Frank explores an approach to syntactic theory that weds the Tree Adjoining Grammar (TAG) formalism with the minimalist framework. TAG has been extensively studied both for its mathematical properties and for its usefulness in computational linguistics applications. Frank shows that incorporating TAG's formally restrictive operations for structure building considerably simplifies the model of grammatical competence, particularly in the components concerned with syntactic movement and locality. The empirical advantages of the resulting model, illustrated with extensive case studies of subject-raising constructions and wh-questions, point toward a conception of grammar that is sharply limited in its computational power.