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Dependenz und Valenz / Dependency and Valency

Ein internationales Handbuch der zeitgenössischen Forschung / An International Handbook of Contemporary Research

Ed. by Ágel, Vilmos / Eichinger, Ludwig M. / Eroms, Hans Werner / Hellwig, Peter / Heringer, Hans Jürgen / Lobin, Henning

DE GRUYTER MOUTON
    (2008)
    Ed. by Eroms, Hans-Werner
    (2008)
    Ed. by Agel, Vilmos / Eroms, Hans-Werner

    Aims and Scope

    The handbook provides an overview of the current status of this research. In its first volume, the handbook begins by presenting the historical background of the theories in which the conceptions are rooted and then goes on to deal with the individual elements of the theory in detail (i.e. valency of the verb, complements vs. supplements, theta-roles, word order). Equal consideration is given to theoretical and empirical work. The idea of dependency grammars as well as other conceptions (i.e. word grammar, lexicase grammar) are presented in detail. The second volume begins with a comprehensive description of grammatical phenomena as seen from dependency and valency viewpoints. This is followed by chapters on the application of dependency and valency concepts in computer-based language processing. The remaining chapters deal with contrastive linguistics, grammaticography, lexicography, historical linguistics and other areas of linguistic research in which dependency and valency play a significant role.

    27 x 19 cm
    DE GRUYTER MOUTON
    Vilmos Ágel is Professor at the University of Szeged, Hungary. Ludwig M. Eichinger is Professor at the University of Kiel, Germany. Hans Werner Eroms is Professor at the University of Passau, Germany. Peter Hellwig is Professor at the University of Heidelberg, Germany. Hans Jürgen Heringer is Professor at the University of Augsburg, Germany. Henning Lobin is Professor at the University of Giessen, Germany.
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