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Is the Best Good Enough? Optimality and Competition in Syntax

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Published by The MIT Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grammar, syntax, linguistic structure,
  • Pragmatics,
  • Psycholinguistics,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Language,
  • Grammar,
  • Linguistics,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Linguistics,
  • Congresses,
  • Grammar, Comparative and gener,
  • Grammar, Comparative and general,
  • Optimality theory (Linguistics,
  • Optimality theory (Linguistics),
  • Syntax

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsPilar Barbosa (Editor), Danny Fox (Editor), Paul Hagstrom (Editor), Martha McGinnis (Editor), David Pesetsky (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages440
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9850573M
    ISBN 100262522497
    ISBN 109780262522496

    Language, a journal of the Linguistic Society of America, is published quarterly and contains articles, short reports, and book reviews on all aspects of linguistics, focusing on the area of theoretical of , Language features online content in addition to the print edition, including supplemental materials and articles presented in various sections: Teaching Linguistics. This chapter is an outline of Optimality Theory (OT) as a model of grammar. OT is a linguistic theory that is explicitly embedded in a broader cognitive architecture. Expressive optimization is used as a theory of syntax, and interpretive optimization as a theory of : Henriëtte de Swart.

    Tesar, Bruce. (). Error-driven learning in Optimality Theory via the efficient computation of optimal forms. In Pilar Barbosa, Danny Fox, Paul Hagstrom, Martha McGinnis, & David Pesetsky (eds.), Is the Best Good Enough? Optimality and Competition in Syntax. MIT Press and MITWPL. Symbolic Computation in Connectionist Models.   Head Movement in Syntax argues that verb movement is a narrow syntactic phenomenon that can affect locality constraints. The basic idea explored in the book dates back to Chomsky () where the movement of a verb is proposed to be able to affect and alter a barrier. In Is the Best Good Enough? Optimality and Competition in Syntax, P Pages:

    Is the Best Good Enough? Optimality and Competition in Syntax by Pilar Barbosa, Danny Fox, Paul Hagstrom, Martha McGinnis, David Pesetsky (pp. ) Review by: Kevin Russell. Is the best good enough? Optimality and competition in syntax. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press and MIT Working Papers in Linguistics. McGraw-Hill Book Company. DeRenzi, E. and L.A. Vignolo (). The token test: A sensitive test to detect receptive disturbances in aphasia. Is the best good enough? Optimality and competition in syntax.


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ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Paperback. Get this from a library. Is the best good enough?: optimality and competition in syntax. [Pilar Barbosa;] -- In the past five years, interest in the linguistic role of optimality has been sparked by the sharpened notions of "economy" in Chomsky's Minimalist Program and by Prince and Smolensky's Optimality.

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Terence Langendoen. Recent developments in linguistic theory have led to a reconsideration of the role of optimality in the overall architecture of the grammar. Emerging from this research is the idea that different components of the grammar interact to yield the best choice from a set of candidate derivations.

This idea departs from traditional approaches to the output of linguistic levels in generative grammar. Is the best good enough?: optimality and competition in syntax Item Preview remove-circle the contributors to this volume examine the role of competition in syntax and in syntactic interfaces with semantics, phonology, and pragmatics, as well as implications for language acquisition and processing Borrow this book to access EPUB and Pages: COVID Resources.

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And because of the commanding power that is housed within them, I prefer to say one word filled with its meaning than utter a thousand others that I have emptied of their meaning.”. Description This is a compilation of handouts from 5 classes, FallMIT, in which the proposal is advanced that the output of syntax feeds a system that determines how syntactic units are pronounced -- for example, optional and obligatory patterns of deletion, in-situ vs.

filler-gap vs. filler-resumptive pronoun pronunciations of members of non-singleton chains. Bakovic, Eric () Optimality and inversion in Spanish.

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A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Professor Pesetsky is the author of the books Zero Syntax (MIT Press, ) and Phrasal Movement and Its Kin (MIT Press, forthcoming), and he is currently writing an undergraduate textbook on syntax for Blackwell Publishers.

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Skip to main search results. OPTIMALITY AND COMPETITION IN SYNTAX Is the Best Good Enough. Optimality and Competition in Syntax edited by Pilar Barbosa, Danny Fox, Paul Hagstrom, Martha McGinnis, and David Pesetsky Recent developments in linguistic theory have led to a reconsideration of the role of optimality in the overall architecture of the grammar.

Is the Best Good Enough. Optimality and Competition in Syntax, Pilar Barbosa,Language Arts & Disciplines, pages. Recent developments in linguistic theory have led to a reconsideration of the role of optimality in the overall architecture of the grammar. Emerging from this research is the.

Is the Best Good Enough?: Optimality and Competition in Syntax Pilar Barbosa, Daniel Fox, Danny Fox, Paul Hagstrom, Martha McGinnis, David Pesetsky, Ferrari P Ward Professor of Modern Languages and Linguistics David Pesetsky Limited preview - /5(1). Notes. Published as a book chapter in: Is the Best Good Enough?:Optimality and Competition in Barbosa et al.

(Eds.). The book is not available online here, but a preview of it is available from Google Books. If you are affiliated with The University of Western Ontario, please use the Shared Library Catalogue's Classic Search to check whether the book is available in Western Cited by: Pilar Barbosa.

Is the Best Good Enough. Optimality and Competition in Syntax Pilar Barbosa, Daniel Fox, Paul Hagstrom, Martha McGinnis, the contributors to this volume examine the role of competition in syntax and in syntactic interfaces with semantics, phonology, and pragmatics, as well as implications for language acquisition and.

Grimshaw, J. Samek-Lodovici, V. Is the Best Good Enough. Optimality and Competition in Syntax MIT Press Cambridge, MA Grishman, R.

Computational. Grammar, syntax & morphology. Read more. Is the Best Good Enough?: Optimality and Competition in Syntax (Mit Wo Barbosa, Pilar. This list contains a list of all the books and dissertations currently available in the Linguistics Department library, sorted by author. To search for a certain author or title, just use the search function in your browser (most likely Ctrl-F or Command-F).Tesar, Bruce.

(). Error-driven learning in Optimality Theory via the efficient computation of optimal forms. In Pilar Barbosa, Danny Fox, Paul Hagstrom, Martha McGinnis, & David Pesetsky (eds.), Is the Best Good Enough? Optimality and Competition in Syntax. MIT Press and MITWPL. Refereed Conference Proceedings.

Tesar, Bruce. ().Morphology competes with syntax: explaining typological variation in weak crossover effects. In Barbosa, Pilar, Fox, Danny, Hagstrom, Paul, McGinnis, Martha, and Pesetsky, David (eds.), Is the Best Good Enough? Optimality and Competition in Syntax.

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