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Language Without A Central Pushdown Stack

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Language Without A Central Pushdown Stack
We will attempt to show how human performance limitations on various types of syntactic embedding constructions in Germanic languages can be modelled in a relational network linguistic framework. After arguing against centralized data stores such as pushdown stacks and queues, we will demonstrate how interconnections among levels of linguistic structure can account for many of the psycholinguistic facts.
Carson T. Schütze, Peter A. Reich
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Type Conference
Year 1990
Where COLING
Authors Carson T. Schütze, Peter A. Reich
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