Design Patterns

Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar
Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar

The following demonstrations are available to support the papers of the book Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar:

  • A first encounter with FCG
    Luc Steels (2011): A First Encounter with Fluid Construction Grammar. In: Steels, Luc (Ed.): Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar, pp. 31-68, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2011.
  • Phrasal constructions 
    Luc Steels (2011): A Design Pattern for Phrasal Constructions. In: Steels, Luc (Ed.): Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar, pp. 71-114, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2011.
  • Argument structure constructions 
    Remi van Trijp (2011): A Design Pattern for Argument Structure Constructions. In: Steels, Luc (Ed.): Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar, pp. 115-145, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2011.
  • Search in linguistic processing 
    Joris Bleys, Kevin Stadler, Joachim De Beule (2011): Search in Linguistic Processing. In: Steels, Luc (Ed.): Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar, pp. 149-179, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2011.
  • Construction networks part 1, 2, and 3 
    Pieter Wellens (2011): Organizing Constructions in Networks. In: Steels, Luc (Ed.): Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar, pp. 181-201, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2011.
  • Feature matrices 
    Remi van Trijp (2011): Feature Matrices and Agreement: A Case Study for German Case. In: Steels, Luc (Ed.): Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar, pp. 205-235, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2011.
  • Construction sets 
    Katrien Beuls (2011): Construction Sets and Unmarked Forms: A Case Study for Hungarian Verbal Agreement. In: Steels, Luc (Ed.): Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar, pp. 237-264, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2011.
  • Syntactic indeterminacy and semantic ambiguity 
    Michael Spranger, Martin Loetzsch (2011): Syntactic Indeterminacy and Semantic Ambiguity: A Case Study for German Spatial Phrases. In: Steels, Luc (Ed.): Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar, pp. 265-298, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2011.
  • Fluidity and robustness in processing 
    Luc Steels, Remi van Trijp (2011): How to Make Construction Grammars Fluid and Robust. In: Steels, Luc (Ed.): Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar, pp. 301-330, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2011.

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