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Chapter 6 then provides an implementation of both the core system and its two extensions for displacement and operator scope. Finally, Chapter 7 summarizes the thesis, puts it into perspective and explores its implications. At the end of the book, we will have developed and implemented an algorithm for systematically constructing forms along with their meanings. 3 The base grammar The general point of view this thesis takes is that the expressions of a language are generated by rules that operate on a finite collection of atomic expressions in order to build other, more complex expressions.
The goal is to be able to generate questions like Who do you think that Enkidu knows that Gilgamesh rejected. As mentioned in the first chapter, who stands in a local relationship with the verb rejected. However in the surface string it does not occur adjacent to the verb but in front position. So we need a mechanism that can both relate who to the verb and derive its displaced position. Syntactic theories differ in how they meet the challenge posed by displacement. The syntactic mechanism that I am going to outline in this chapter is based on a proposal by Brosziewski , which combines characteristics of different approaches.
Anata-wa Enki-ga you-top dare-o aisiteiru-ka sitte-imasu. ’ 2 All Chinese examples without a reference were checked with a native speaker (mostly Min Que). 5 33 Two sides of the same coin? These concurrences led to theories assuming a tight connection between displacement and scope. This is quite natural given that most formal linguists share Montague’s assumption that there is a strict correspondence between syntax and semantics. More specifically, the syntactic and semantic principles of combination are designed to be homomorphic: Every syntactic rule is paired with a semantic rule.
A computational approach to the syntax of displacement and the semantics of scope by Christina Unger