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Representing Structure in Phonology and Syntax

Formal grammars by definition need two parts: a theory of computation (or derivation), and a theory of representation. While recent attention in mainstream syntactic and phonological theory has been devoted to the former, the papers in this volume aim to show that the importance of representational details is not diminished by the insights of such theories.

Approx. v, 330 pages

Language: English

Keywords: Generative Grammar; Syntax; Phonology