LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Tue Mar 17 1998

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LINGUIST List Summary: Issues Posted on Tue Mar 17 1998.

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  9.386, Sum: Directed Acyclic Graphs

    1) From:     Joseph Hilferty <hilferty at lingua.fil.ub.es>
       Subject:  DAGs & AVMs

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/9/9-386.html

  9.387, Calls: System Sciences, Multimedia Language Education

    1) From:     Nunberg <nunberg at parc.xerox.com> (Geoff Nunberg)
       Subject:  Genre in Digital Documents, HICSS 32
    2) From:     Yuangshan Chuang <rocmelia at umich.edu>
       Subject:  Multimedia Language Education

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/9/9-387.html

  9.388, Qs: Irony, Transcription, Wh-Questions, 'if-then'

    1) From:     Arthur Merin <arthur at IMS.Uni-Stuttgart.DE>
       Subject:  Testing for Universality of Irony
    2) From:     "Juan Antonio Peqa" <jpena1 at rrpac.upr.clu.edu>
       Subject:  Computer Program for Transcription
    3) From:     ivy sichel <isichel at email.gc.cuny.edu>
       Subject:  Wh-questions
    4) From:     "palma, adriano p" <adriano.palma at usa.net>
       Subject:  'if-then'

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/9/9-388.html

  9.389, Jobs: Semantics, Computational Lexicographers

    1) From:     "Tim Stowell" <stowell at humnet.ucla.edu>
       Subject:  UCLA Formal Semantics Replacement Position
    2) From:     Beryl Gorbman <Beryl at int-life.com>
       Subject:  Spanish and French Computational Lexicographers needed

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/9/9-389.html



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