Sven Naumann

University of Trier, Germany

Syntactic Complexity

Syntactic complexity is a fundamental concept in linguistics. That concept has been used to address specific properties (a) of linguistic units (structural complexity) or (b) the processing of linguistic units (cognitive complexity).

The class will concentrate on structural complexity. It will introduce and discuss a number of measures for structural complexity that can be applied to phrase structure trees or dependency trees. Finally, it will give an overview of studies in quantitative and synergetic linguistics that address this topic.

Lingua:

Ciao Lorenzo…

Una pagina in onore del Prof. Lorenzo Bernardi (1943-2014).

Highlights!

Highlights!

University of Wroclaw (Poland)

ottobre: 2017
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