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Title: Sentence and Text Segmentation
Paper URL: http://halshs.ccsd.cnrs.fr/docs/00/08/13/65/PDF/SEGMENTATIONS_PREDICATIONNELLES.pdf
Author: Frédéric Torterat
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Homepage: http://torterat-frederic-perso.wifeo.com
Institution: Université de Nice
Linguistic Field: Syntax
Subject Language: Creole, Haitian
Subject LANGUAGE Family: Western Atlantic Creole
Abstract: Sentence and text segmentations refer to weight, rank and scope we can attribute to /L/the arguments they contain. In these terms, segmentation of speech units implies a /L/hierarchy between predicate constituents in a finite set of both linguistic operations /L/and relational networks. This basic intervention lists some questions about it, giving /L/a few examples of sentence and text frameworks, within a context of L1-L2.
Type: Individual Paper
Status: Completed
Publication Info: Predicate segmentations of sentence and text units, 2003
URL: http://halshs.ccsd.cnrs.fr/docs/00/08/13/65/PDF/SEGMENTATIONS_PREDICATIONNELLES.pdf


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