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generalized quantifier logic for naked infinitives.

Jaap van der Does

generalized quantifier logic for naked infinitives.

by Jaap van der Does

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Published by Kluwer in [Netherlands] .
Written in English


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Offprint from Linguistics and philosophy 14.

SeriesLinguistics and philosophy -- 14
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Open LibraryOL19221510M

Get this from a library! Quantifiers in action: generalized quantification in query, logical and natural languages. [Antonio Badia] -- The database industry is clearly a multi-billion, world-wide, all-encompassing part of the software world. This is part thanks to the standardization of query languages in the form of SQL. And yet. GENERALIZED QUANTIFIERS AND MODAL LOGIC 23 For a fixed k > 0, let Formk abbreviate Form(Prop, { Mo, Lo, Mk, Lk }, 0). DEFINITION Let k > 0. The system QUANT k has as inference rules Modus Ponens, Necessitation and Substitution. Besides those of propositional logic, its axioms are the following (for i E { 0, k }):Cited by:

The rise of lexical subjects in English infinitives. The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics, Vol. 10, Issue. 1, p. ‘ Generalized quantifiers and natural language ’, Linguistics and Philosophy – Bassols de Climent, M. ‘ First order predicate logic with generalized quantifiers ’, Theoria – Cited by: Sets of sets like those deflned in (4) are often called generalized quantiflers or Mostowski quantiflers, in honor of their flrst extensive study by Mostowski (). Mostowski quantiflers can be added to the usual flrst-order logic. QfixF(x) says that the extension of F has cardinality ‚@fi. (QR)M is the Rescher quantifler (Rescher File Size: KB.

Get this from a library! Generalized Quantifiers: Linguistic and Logical Approaches. [Peter Gärdenfors] -- Some fifteen years ago, research on generalized quantifiers was con sidered to be a branch of mathematical logic, mainly carried out by mathematicians. Since then an increasing number of .   Predicate Logic Predicate logic is an extension of Propositional logic. It adds the concept of predicates and quantifiers to better capture the meaning of statements that cannot be adequately expressed by propositional logic. What is a predicate? Consider the statement, “ is greater than 3″. It has two parts.2/5.


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Generalized quantifier logic for naked infinitives by Jaap van der Does Download PDF EPUB FB2

A GENERALIZED QUANTIFIER LOGIC FOR NAKED INFINITIVES* INTRODUCTION In English there are several ways to describe perception, as is witnessed by the following examples: (1) James saw Samuel (2) James saw Samuel's winking (3) James saw Samuel eat a fish (4) James saw Samuel eating a fish (5) James saw that the sun was rising.

A generalized quantifier logic for naked infinitives Jaap van der Does 1 Linguistics and Philosophy vol pages – () Cite this articleCited by: 6. Van Der Does, A Generalized Quantifier Logic for Naked Infinitives, Institute for Language, Logic and Information, University of Amsterdam.

Appeared in Linguistics and Philosophy 14 (), pp. – Google ScholarCited by: 2. Some fifteen years ago, research on generalized quantifiers was con­ sidered to be a branch of mathematical logic, mainly carried out by mathematicians.

Since then an increasing number of linguists and philosophers have become interested in exploring the relevance of general quantifiers for natural. SCOPELESS QUANTIFIERS AND OPERATORS van der Does, J.

(): 'A Generalized Quantifier Logic for Naked Infinitives.' Lin-guistics and Philoso ~Z(x, y)) = T}.Author: Thomas Ede Zimmermann. Quantifiers in Action: Generalized Quantification in Query, Logical and Natural Languages analyzes one of those shortcomings, the way in which quantification is dealt with in SQL.

It is well known that most query languages are simply versions of First Order Logic (FOL). GQs are an extension of the idea of quantifier in : Springer US. Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Generalized Quantifiers and Noun Phrases A Logic with Generalized Quantifiers: L (GQ) Application to English Syntax Generalized Quantifie Cited by: GENERALIZED QUANTIFIERS: LOGIC AND LANGUAGE 87 Let E be a non-empty set, the universe, of a model M and Q E any set of subsets of E (Q E power(E)).Then Q E is a type 1 GQ whose meaning is given by: Q E (A) A QE The same quantifier can be written as variable-binding operator (where M |= is the usual satisfaction relation between a model and a formula, and [[ (x)]].

Introduction to Generalized Quantifier Theory Jakub Szymanik Institute for Logic, Language and Computation University of Amsterdam EGG Quantifiers are useful Everyone knows everyone here.

Henk Reinhard Tikitu Anton Michael Jonathan uha a Nina Sama eter Jakub. Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen Bradford. A Generalized Quantifier Logic for Naked Infinitives, (). A Theory ofTruth and Semantic Representation, ().

Adjunct Predicates and the Individual/Stage Distinction, (). Adjunct-predicate Licensing and D-structure, in: Susan Rothstein (cd.), Syntax and Semanties Perspectives on Phrase Structure, Author: Gerhard Jäger.

The Dynamics of Nominal Anaphora Institute for Logic Language and Computation (ILLC), University of Amsterdam Applied Quantifier Logics: collectives, naked infinitives Jan Author: Yoad Winter. Term logic treated All, Some and No in the 4th century BC, in an account also touching on the alethic modalities.

InGeorge Bentham published his Outline of a new system of logic, with a critical examination of Dr Whately's Elements of Logic, describing the principle of the quantifier, but the book was not widely circulated.

which logical quantifiers are defined by enumeration) with the generalized approach (according to which quantifiers are defined systematically), the chapter begins with a brief history of standard quantifier theory and identifies some of its logical, linguistic, and philosophical strengths and weaknesses.

then proceeds to a brief history ofFile Size: 1MB. The logic of perceptual reports: An extensional alternative to situation semantics. The Journal of Philosophy 80(2). – doi/ Higginbotham, James. Author: Timothée Bernard, Lucas Champollion.

This essay attempts to develop a psychologically informed semantics of perception reports, whose predictions match with the linguistic data. As suggested by the quotation from Miller and Johnson-Laird, we take a hallmark of perception to be its fallible nature; the resulting semantics thus necessarily differs from situation semantics.

On the psychological side, our main inspiration is Marr's. This is a great book if you are part of a younger generation that did not grow up professionally while these papers were first being written/discussed.

A few selections seem out of place, or perhaps are not quite as foundational as others, but overall it is a collection well worth having. Generalized quantifier theory is a central topic in logic with important applications in semantics of natural language. Recent work in the application field has led to new logical questions and new theoretical developements, showing that quantifier theory is a truly interdisciplinary field.

results of generalized quantifiers to make them inter-operable with traditional logic. The proposed formalism integrates the nice features of generalized quantifiers into description logic, and hence achieves more expressive power than previous representation systems based purely on description logic.

Chapter nine: Generalized Quantifiers, pp. Introduces generalized quantifiers and shows their advantages.

Shortest chapter. Appendix: Set-Theoretic Notation and Concepts, pp. This is a basic but good introduction to the set-theoretic notation and concepts used throughout the book.

JAAP VAN DER DOES / A Generalized Quantifier Logic for Naked Infinitives JOHN COLEMAN and JOHN LOCAL / The 'No Crossing Constraint' in Autosegmental Phonology Remarks and Replies: ALEXIS MANASTER RAMER / Vacuity Volume 14 No.

4 August MICHAEL HAND / On Saying That Again The book is organized into three main sections; within each section the papers are ordered alphabetically. However, as in much of linguistic the­ orizing, there is an exception: for reasons pointed out above, Godehard Link's article appears as Chapter 1.This paper studies the monotonicity behavior of plural determiners that quantify over collections.

Following previous work, we describe the collective interpretation of determiners such as all, some and most using generalized quantifiers of a higher type that are obtained systematically by applying a type shifting operator to the standard meanings of determiners in Generalized Quantifier by: 2.