Because of the ease of their implementations, attribute-value based theories of grammar are becoming increasingly popular in theoretical linguistics as an alternative to transformational accounts, as well as in computational linguistics. Mark Johnson provides a formal analysis of attribute-value structures, of their use in a theory of grammar, of the representation of grammatical relations in such theories of grammar, and the implications of different representations. A classical treatment of disjunction and negation is also included.
|Place of Publication||Stanford, CA|
|Publisher||Center for the Study of Language and Information|
|Number of pages||167|
|Publication status||Published - 1988|
|Name||CSLI Lecture Notes Series|