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Festival Romanistica. Contribuciones lingüísticas – Contributions linguistiques – Contributi linguistici – Contribuições linguísticas

Engwall, Gunnel et al. (2015)

Festival Romanisticais an edited volume with 19 contributions written in four Romance languages: French, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. The volume represents the whole range of research areas in Romance Linguistics today at the University of Stockholm: semantics, syntax, pragmatics, discourse ...

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Source : HAL

Recension de Hubert Haider, Symmetry Breaking in Syntax. Cambridge : Cambridge UP, 2013

Gardelle, Laure (2013)

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The syntax and semantics of distributivity in St'at'imcets (Lillooet Salish)

Demirdache, Hamida et al. (21 mars 1997)

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Deploying active objects onto multicore

Nobakht, Behrooz (1 mai 2011)

The performance of a program on multicore platform crucially depends on the scheduling of its tasks; existing high-level programming languages, however, offer limited control over scheduling. In this thesis, we develop Cacoj as an extensible tool set to transform Creol’s active concurrent objects ...

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: Mapping Parameters of Meaning

Trevise, Anne et al. (2012)

The volume addresses the description of meaning construction processes, and the necessity for new linguistic interface-tools to analyze it in its dynamic and multi-dimensional aspect. Syntax, grammar, prosody, discourse organization, subjective and situational filters are not considered as ...

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« Poetry is having nothing to say and saying it; we possess nothing » (John Cage)

Alfandary, Isabelle (2005)

Dismantling the construction of syntax, Cage’s mesostics inscribe the name in the poem and indirectly send the reader back to the person, to the absent body made present and the text irredeemably related to its name. Cage makes syntax expendable, allowing for juxtaposition and opening onto new ...

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The history of Beng studies

Paperno, Denis (1 juin 2014)

3.1. Students of the Beng language and society The first publications to report on Beng language and people were motivated by the urge to systematize the languages and peoples of West Africa. Like many other varieties of Côte d’Ivoire, the Beng and the neighboring South Mande Gbin languages were ...

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A syntax directed approach to picture semantics

Wang, D. et al. (1 janv. 1996)

If one constructs a visual language, it is necessary to have a methodology for constructing the relationship between aspects of the pictures and the corresponding aspects of the application domain. The various methods for specifying Visual Languages emphasize computational aspects, where the ...

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A Text Structure Indicator and two Topological Methods: New Ways for Studying Latin Historic Narratives

Longrée, Dominique et al. (28 avr. 2016)

International audience Relying on the analysis of a Latin historical corpus, our research aims to study the markers structuring literary texts in general, and focuses on methods which, by extension, should be valid for any text of some length. Our basic assumption is the following: such texts ...

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