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  1. Community graph and linguistic analysis to validate relationships for knowledge base population

    Rahman, Rashedur; Grau, Brigitte; Rosset, Sophie
    International audience

  2. Linguistic and biodiversity: some irrefutable links?

    JEANNOT-FOURCAUD, Béatrice
    International audience

  3. Linguistic and biodiversity: some irrefutable links?

    JEANNOT-FOURCAUD, Béatrice
    International audience

  4. Case and Grammatical Relations

    Polinsky, Maria; Preminger, Omer
    This chapter discusses the notions of morphological (surface) case and abstract Case, showing the empirical and theoretical motivation for each. The discussion of morphological case presents the dimensions of cross-linguistic variation found in this domain, and outlines the main tendencies in the expression of case. The notion of abstract Case is used to predict the distribution of overt and non-overt nominal forms, and is considered one of the fundamental abstract syntactic relations in linguistic theory. The chapter presents a brief survey of theoretical approaches to Case in formal grammar and then discusses the main ways of modeling Case in nominative-accusative...

  5. Case and Grammatical Relations

    Polinsky, Maria; Preminger, Omer
    This chapter discusses the notions of morphological (surface) case and abstract Case, showing the empirical and theoretical motivation for each. The discussion of morphological case presents the dimensions of cross-linguistic variation found in this domain, and outlines the main tendencies in the expression of case. The notion of abstract Case is used to predict the distribution of overt and non-overt nominal forms, and is considered one of the fundamental abstract syntactic relations in linguistic theory. The chapter presents a brief survey of theoretical approaches to Case in formal grammar and then discusses the main ways of modeling Case in nominative-accusative...

  6. L’étude des savoirs d’action des enseignants à travers l’analyse des interactions de classe. Pour une dynamique ascendante de la réflexion didactique

    Bigot, Violaine
    El estudio de los conocimientos de acción de los profesores, a través del análisis de las interacciones en clase. Por una dinámica ascendente de la reflexión didáctica. Ver resumenEsta plenaria contará con traducción simultánea.La didáctica de las lenguas ha sido durante mucho tiempo una disciplina de aplicación de la lingüística. De forma más reciente, esta la didáctica extendió el abanico de disciplinas fuentes - que dictan contenidos de enseñanzas y maneras de enseñar - abrevando en los trabajos de las ciencias del lenguaje en el sentido más amplio (sociolingüística y psicolingüística incluidas), de la antropología, de la literatura… Hace poco...

  7. Where Dyslexics Look First in a Stimulus: The Influence of Visual and Linguistic Factors on Saccade Computation

    ducrot, stéphanie; Lété, Bernard; Pynte, Joël; Ghio, Alain; Billard, Catherine
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  8. Where Dyslexics Look First in a Stimulus: The Influence of Visual and Linguistic Factors on Saccade Computation

    ducrot, stéphanie; Lété, Bernard; Pynte, Joël; Ghio, Alain; Billard, Catherine
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  9. Where dyslexics look first in a stimulus: The influence of visual and linguistic factors on saccade computation

    ducrot, stéphanie; Lété, Bernard; Pynte, Joël; Ghio, Alain; Pinton, Florence; Billard, Catherine
    In addition to appropriate phonological abilities, learning to read requires an accurate visual analysis that allows for precise decoding of the written words. The present study examines the possibility that a disturbance in the early processing of visuo-perceptual information needed to guide eye movements may be an important factor in dyslexia. We assessed the eye movements of three groups of children: dyslexic readers, unimpaired reading-level controls (RL-controls), and unimpaired chronological-age controls (CA-controls). Participants were asked to perform a lexical-decision task on stimuli presented either left or right of an initial fixation point. The most important result of this experiment was...

  10. Where dyslexics look first in a stimulus: The influence of visual and linguistic factors on saccade computation

    ducrot, stéphanie; Lété, Bernard; Pynte, Joël; Ghio, Alain; Pinton, Florence; Billard, Catherine
    In addition to appropriate phonological abilities, learning to read requires an accurate visual analysis that allows for precise decoding of the written words. The present study examines the possibility that a disturbance in the early processing of visuo-perceptual information needed to guide eye movements may be an important factor in dyslexia. We assessed the eye movements of three groups of children: dyslexic readers, unimpaired reading-level controls (RL-controls), and unimpaired chronological-age controls (CA-controls). Participants were asked to perform a lexical-decision task on stimuli presented either left or right of an initial fixation point. The most important result of this experiment was...

  11. Visual and Linguistic Determinants of the Eyes' Initial Fixation Position in Reading Development

    ducrot, stéphanie; Pynte, Joël; Ghio, Alain; Lété, Bernard
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  12. Visual and Linguistic Determinants of the Eyes' Initial Fixation Position in Reading Development

    ducrot, stéphanie; Pynte, Joël; Ghio, Alain; Lété, Bernard
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  13. The Language of Beowulf and the Conditioning of Kaluza's Law

    Neidorf, Leonard; Pascual, Rafael J.
    In Beowulf, there are 106 verses in which second compound elements are unambiguously distributed into positions of resolution or non-resolution on the basis of etymological length distinctions that became phonologically indistinct early in the Anglo-Saxon period. The conditioning behind this linguistic regularity (Kaluza’s law) has been the subject of considerable dispute. R. D. Fulk argued that this regularity was phonologically conditioned: the Beowulf poet consistently distinguished between etymologically long and short desinences because he composed before they became phonologically indistinct. Some scholars have sought to explain this regularity by proposing that it was semantically or morphologically conditioned, while others have...

  14. Onomastics

    Hough, Carole
    Names provide evidence for language history in two main respects: firstly, as regards lexical and semantic content when first coined; and secondly, as regards phonological and morphological development over the course of time. In neither respect is there widespread agreement as to the extent to which evidence from names can be extrapolated to other areas of language. On the one hand, both place-names and personal names testify to areas of vocabulary and registers of language sparsely represented in other sources; on the other, it is sometimes unclear whether these reflect ordinary language or a specialized onomastic usage. Factors pertaining to...

  15. The “troubles” through songs: teaching the Irish conflict in the EFL classroom through music

    Soler Mas, María Ángeles
    This paper consists of a didactic proposal for the EFL classroom whose main purpose is to provide the students with an overview of the Irish culture. To comply with this purpose, a selection of songs about the Irish conflict has been made. Using this selection, a sequence of activities which revolve around linguistic or cultural aspects related to the conflict has been developed. In order to promote the communicative exchange among students, the activities have been designed fostering cultural awareness, critical thinking, interaction and cooperation.

  16. The “troubles” through songs: teaching the Irish conflict in the EFL classroom through music

    Soler Mas, María Ángeles
    This paper consists of a didactic proposal for the EFL classroom whose main purpose is to provide the students with an overview of the Irish culture. To comply with this purpose, a selection of songs about the Irish conflict has been made. Using this selection, a sequence of activities which revolve around linguistic or cultural aspects related to the conflict has been developed. In order to promote the communicative exchange among students, the activities have been designed fostering cultural awareness, critical thinking, interaction and cooperation.

  17. Generación de recursos lingüísticos mediante la extracción de relaciones entre conceptos

    Galván Calleja, Paloma
    Hoy en día disponemos de una gran cantidad de información en Internet y sería muy positivo poder obtener beneficio de ella para desarrollar sistemas de generación de texto. Nuestro objetivo inicial es desarrollar un generador de recursos lingüísticos basado en asociaciones de conceptos. Un generador de lenguaje natural normalmente tiene acceso a un gran conjunto de conocimiento del que selecciona información y presenta en diferentes formas a los usuarios finales. Por lo tanto, un sistema generador de lenguaje natural debe escoger información de la base de conocimiento, decidir cómo organizarla, y determinar cómo producir el texto en lenguaje natural. El problema...

  18. Lexical Polycategoriality: Cross-linguistic, cross-theoretical and language acquisition approaches

    Vapnarsky, Valentina; Veneziano, Edy
    This book presents a collection of chapters on the nature, exibility and acquisition of lexical categories. These long-debated issues are looked at anew by exploring the hypothesis of lexical polycategoriality \textendash according to which lexical forms are not fully, or univocally, speci ed for lexical category \textendash in a wide number of unrelated languages, and within di erent theoretical and methodological perspectives. Twenty languages are thoroughly analyzed. Apart from French, Arabic and Hebrew, the volume includes mostly understudied languages, spoken in New Guinea, Australia, New Caledonia, Amazonia, Meso- and North America. Resulting from a long-standing collaboration between leading international experts,...

  19. Lexical Polycategoriality: Cross-linguistic, cross-theoretical and language acquisition approaches

    Vapnarsky, Valentina; Veneziano, Edy
    This book presents a collection of chapters on the nature, exibility and acquisition of lexical categories. These long-debated issues are looked at anew by exploring the hypothesis of lexical polycategoriality \textendash according to which lexical forms are not fully, or univocally, speci ed for lexical category \textendash in a wide number of unrelated languages, and within di erent theoretical and methodological perspectives. Twenty languages are thoroughly analyzed. Apart from French, Arabic and Hebrew, the volume includes mostly understudied languages, spoken in New Guinea, Australia, New Caledonia, Amazonia, Meso- and North America. Resulting from a long-standing collaboration between leading international experts,...

  20. Lexical Polycategoriality : Cross-linguistic, cross-theoretical and language acquisition approaches

    Vapnarsky, Valentina; Veneziano, Edy
    International audience

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