4 edition of Generalized Quantifiers in Natural Language (Groningen-Amsterdam Studies in Semantics) found in the catalog.
Generalized Quantifiers in Natural Language (Groningen-Amsterdam Studies in Semantics)
Johan Van Benthem
by Walter De Gruyter Inc
Written in English
|Contributions||Alice Ter Meulen (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||177|
Quantifiers in Language and Logic is a mature reflection of some 25 years of generalized quantifier theory, a field of research started by Barwise, Cooper, Keenan, Stavi, and others around , against the backdrop of Montague's seminal work. And in the best traditions of that interdisciplinary field, it still takes a joint effort by a prominent linguist and logician to get the true story of talking about and reasoning with quantifiers . Generalized quantifier theory is a central topic in logic with important applications in semantics of natural language. Recent work in the application field has led to new logical questions and new theoretical developements, showing that quantifier theory is a truly interdisciplinary field.
, Generalized quantifiers in natural language / Johan van Benthem, Alice ter Meulen (eds.) Foris Publications Dordrecht, Holland ; Cinnaminson, N.J., U.S.A Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Jaakko Hintikka, Gabriel Sandu, in Handbook of Logic and Language (Second Edition), Is and Aristotelian Categories. The game rules for quantifier phrases in natural languages are worth a second and a third look. One thing that is revealed by such a re-examination are the much greater differences between the logic of natural language and the usual treatments of formal logic .
Quantifiers in Language and Logic Book. In natural language we can use generalized quantifiers to analyse constructs such as Most boys run, where we think of " most " as a generalized. Generalized quantifiers in natural language By Alice Ter Meulen, Martin Stokhof, Editorial Board, Renate Bartsch, Johan Van Benthem, Henk Verkuyl, Co Vet, Jeroen Groenendijk, Theo M. V. Janssen, Martin Stokhof (eds, Vincenzo Lo Cascio, Co Vet (eds and Fred Landman.
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Generalized Quantifiers and Traditional Logic; Generalized Quantifiers: the Properness of their Strength; Determiners and Context Sets; Generalized Quantifiers in Natural Language book Quantifiers and the Expressive Power of Natural Language; Counting Quantifiers; Generalized: Finite versus Infinite; Themes from a Workshop.
Generalized Quantifiers and Natural Language. Jon Barwise. Search for more papers by this author Jon Barwise. Search for more papers by this author.
Robin Cooper. Search for more papers by this author. Book Editor(s): Paul Portner. Search for more papers by this author A Logic with Generalized Quantifiers: L (GQ) Application to English Cited by: The language data sets enable detailed crosslinguistic comparison of numerous features.
These include semantic classes of quantifiers (generalized existential, generalized universal, proportional, partitive), syntactically complex quantifiers (intensive modification, Boolean compounding, exception phrases) and several others such as quantifier. To a large extent, the new research has been inspired by Jon Barwise and Robin Cooper's path-breaking article "Generalized Quantifiers and Natural Language" from A concrete sign of this development was the workshop on this topic at Lund University, May, which was organized by Robin Cooper, Elisabet Engdahl, and the present editor.
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Covering a strikingly diverse range of languages from 12 linguistic families, this handbook is based on responses to a questionnaire constructed by the editors. Focusing on the formation. Citation Information.
Generalized Quantifiers in Natural Language. Edited by Meulen, Alice ter / Benthem, Johan van. DE GRUYTER. Pages: 1– ISBN (Online. Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central. Full title: Generalized quantifiers in natural language / Johan van Benthem, Alice ter Meulen (eds.). Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., Rijksuniversiteit te Groningen.
Taakgroep Formele Linguistiek. Other authors. Natural Language Noun Phrase Relative Clause Generalize Quantifier Definite Determiner These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: Generalized quantifiers allow us to account for the semantics of quantificational noun phrases, and of other natural language expressions, in a coherent and uniform : Sebastian Loebner. Handbook of quantifiers in natural language Edward L.
Keenan (auth.), Edward L. Keenan, Denis Paperno (eds.) Covering a strikingly diverse range of languages from 12 linguistic families, this handbook is based on responses to a questionnaire constructed by the editors. The book continues and expands the coverage of the Handbook of Quantifiers in Natural Language () by the same editors, and extends the earlier work in Matthewson (), Gil et al.
() and Bach et al ().Format: Hardcover. Introduction to Generalized Quantiﬁer Theory Jakub Szymanik Institute for Logic, Language and Computation University of Amsterdam EGG Quantiﬁers are useful Everyone knows everyone here.
Henk Reinhard Tikitu Anton Michael Jonathan uha a Nina Sama eter Jakub. Quantiﬁers are useful. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In linguistic semantics, a generalized quantifier (GQ) is an expression that denotes a set of sets. This is the standard semantics assigned to quantified noun phrases.
For example, the generalized quantifier every. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This series of books on the semantics of natural language contains collections of original research on selected topics as well as monographs in this area.
Contributions from linguists, philosophers, logicians, computer-scientists and cognitive psychologists are brought together to promote interdisciplinary and. quantifiers in natural language (expressed by some Noun Phrases) which simply cannot be represented in a logic which is restricted to the standard first-order quantifiers (the “expressiveness” problem).
Now, the Generalized Quantifier theory, based on the seminal works of. Keenan, E. and Moss, L.:‘Generalized Quantifiers and the Expressive Power of Natural Language’, in Generalized Quantifiers in Natural Language, eds.
van Benthem & A. ter Meulen, Foris, Dordrecht (Groningen-Amsterdam Studies in Semantics, 4), 73– Google ScholarCited by: Structure in Natural Language 1. Quantifiers: d Chapter 14 “Generalized Quantifiers”.
Consider the following sentence cont aining a universal quantifier-word every and an indefinite article a. a book Predicate logic representati ons of the tw o readings.
GENERALIZED QUANTIFIERS AND NATURAL LANGUAGE terms of V and 3; it simply cannot be done. Thus, a semantic theory for natural language cannot be based on the predicate calculus alone.
First, before seeing just what the problems are, let us abstract out the quantifiers. Universal Restrictions for Generalized Quantifiers One important question in GQ research of the ’s was: Which of the logically possible deter-miners and quantifiers are actually realized in natural language.
How Many Quantifiers (Determiners)?File Size: 68KB. Generalized quantifiers and traditional logic / Jan van Eijck --Generalized quantifiers / Franciska de Jong and Henk Verkuyl --Determiners and context sets / Dag Westerstahl --Generalized quantifiers and the expressive power of natural language / Edward L.
Keenan and Lawrence S. Moss --Counting qualifiers / Elias Thijsse --Generalized. Semantically, all DPs are generalized quantifiers of type,t>,t> (as in Montague ()): The determiner itself takes a set () and maps it onto a set (or: family) of sets (,t>).
Determiners thus establish a relation between two sets.Natural Language, Sortal Reducibility and Generalized Quantifiers.
Edward L. Keenan - - Journal of Symbolic Logic 58 (1) On the Expressive Power of Monotone Natural Language Quantifiers Over Finite by: Generalized Quantifiers Generalized Quantifiers in Natural Language Restricted Quantifiers How many Quantifiers are There? Logicality Quantifiers and Noun Phrases Glimpses Beyond Quantification and Scope Quantifiers and Semantic Types Quantifiers in Object Position.