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Name: Jason  Ginsburg
Institution: University of Aizu
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: Japan   
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Specialty: Syntax, Computational Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: Ginsburg, Jason & Sandiway Fong. To Appear. Pronoun-antecedent relations from last resort movement. In Proceedings of the 2010 Western Conference on Linguistics. Fresno, California: Department of Linguistics, California State University, Fresno.

Ginsburg, Jason. 2011. A Wikipedia-based English-language reference and teaching tool. In Proceedings of the ACM Chapter Conference on eLearning and Technical Documentation: International Transactions on eLearning and Usability (University of Aizu): 2011, Volume 2, Issue 1}, edited by John Brine & Debopriyo Roy. 14-17.

Ginsburg, Jason. 2010. A computational model of language generation applied to English wh-questions. In Proceedings of the 2010 10th International Conference on Intelligent Systems Design and Applications, ed. by Aboul Ella Hasannien, Ajith Abraham, Francesco Marcelloni, Hani Hagras, Michela Antonelli & Tzung-Pei Hong. 1077-1082. IEEE.

Ginsburg, Jason. 2010. A computational model of language generation applied to Japanese wh-questions. Proceedings of The 24th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation (PACLIC 24). Tohoku University: Sendai, Japan.

Ginsburg. Jason. 2010. Last resort movement in wh-questions. In Proceedings of the 12th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar: Movement in Minimalism, ed. by Duk-Ho An & Soo-Yeon Kim. 179-194. Seoul: Hankuk Publishing Co.

Ginsburg, Jason. 2010. Qu-morpheme Positional Variation in Sinhala yes/no construction. Proceedings of the 2010 Seoul International Conference on Linguistics.

Chan, Erwin, Ginsburg, Jason, Ten Eyck, Brian, Rozenblit, Jerzy, and Mike Dameron. To Appear. Text analysis and entity extraction in asymmetric threat response and prediction. In Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics, ISI 2010.

Ginsburg, Jason. 2009. Intervention effect asymmetry and the EPP. In Proceedings of the Second International Conference on East Asian Linguistics.

Sato, Yosuke, and Jason Ginsburg. 2007. A new type of nominal ellipsis in Japanese. In Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics: Proceedings of FAJL 4.

Ginsburg, Jason, and Sandiway Fong. 2007. Modeling Q-feature movement in Japanese. In Coyote Papers: The University of Arizona Working Papers in Linguistics Volume 15.

Ginsburg, Jason. 2006. Q-feature movement in single and multiple wh-questions in Japanese. In Proceedings of the 8th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar.
Courses Taught: Syntax, Computational Linguistics, General Linguistics, English Language
Dissertation Abstract: Interrogative Features
Reviewer of: Uttering Trees (LL Issue 21.4014)
The Complementizer Phase: Subjects and Operators (LL Issue 22.2098)
Dissolving Binding Theory (LL Issue 23.1792)

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