SDV Vol.33.1-2/2009: Current Trends in Technology Enhanced Learning

Cover: SDV 1-2/2009

SDV. Sprache und Datenverarbeitung
International Journal for Language Data Processing
Heft 1-2/2009

(Hg.: Hermann Cölfen, Hans-Christian Schmitz, Ulrich Schmitz, Bernhard Schröder)

ISSN: 0343-5202

Seiten: 198
Buch: 58,00
ISBN:978-3-940251-59-6
E-Book: 50,00 €
ISBN:978-3-940251-93-0

This volume grew out of a workshop on formal and experimental approaches to discourse particles and modal adverbs, held at the European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI) 2008 in Hamburg. The workshop has been the third in a series of workshops starting at ESSLLI 2003 in Vienna and continuing in Barcelona in 2005. Since 2003, formal and experimental approaches to particles have become a flourishing area of research. For the right reason: particles provide challenges for the formal and experimental methods currently available, both in the kind of content they express and in the way they (seem to) do so. The papers in this volume provide many examples.

Inhalt

Henk Zeevat & Hans-Christian Schmitz
Foreword

Noah Constant, Christopher Davis, Christopher Potts & Florian Schwarz
The pragmatics of expressive content: Evidence from large corpora

Bernhard Fisseni
Überhaupt und sowieso and überhaupt en sowieso

Daniel Gutzmann
Hybrid Semantics for Modal Particles

Lotte Hogeweg
The Dutch particle wel as a denial of a negation

Elena Karagjosova
A unified DRT-based account of accented and unaccented middle field doch

Anna Lobanova
Expressiveness of the connective a: a unifying approach of its incompatibility and mirativity functions

Sumiyo Nishiguchi
Presupposition Accommodation of Discourse-Initial Too

Gerhard Schaden & Lucia Tovena
Sharpening the adequacy of a characterisation

Sonja Thoma
To p or to ¬p – The Bavarian Particle fei as Polarity Discourse Particle

Carla Umbach & Cornelia Ebert
German demonstrative so – intensifying and hedging effects

Lavi Wolf & Ariel Cohen
Modal Adverbs as Negotiation Chips Henk Zeevat “Only” as a Mirative Particle

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