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Meaning Versus Grammar: An Inquiry into the Computation of Meaning and the Incompleteness of Grammar

by Crit Cremers, Maarten Hijzelendoorn and Hilke Reckman

Amsterdam University Press


eISBN: 978-94-006-0183-3

About the Book
Meaning versus Grammar investigates the complicated relationship between grammar, computation, and meaning in natural languages. It details conditions under which meaning-driven processing of natural language is feasible, discusses an operational and accessible implementation of the grammatical cycle for Dutch, and offers analyses of a number of further conjectures about constituency and entailment in natural language.
About the Author
Crit Cremers is an associate professor in formal semantics and computational linguistics at Leiden University.

Maarten Hijzelendoorn is a senior software engineer at the Faculty of Humanities of Leiden University.

Hilke Reckman is a senior researcher in natural language processing.
Inquiry into, Foreign Language Study, Linguistics, Language Arts & Disciplines
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License: CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0