Mats Rooth
Mats Rooth
Professor, Linguistics and Computing and Information Science, Cornell University
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A theory of focus interpretation
M Rooth
Natural language semantics 1 (1), 75-116, 1992
39341992
Association with focus
ME Rooth
University of Massachusetts, 1985
32091985
Generalized conjunction and type ambiguity
BH Partee, M Rooth
Formal Semantics, 334-356, 1983
1001*1983
Structural ambiguity and lexical relations
D Hindle, M Rooth
Computational linguistics 19 (1), 103-120, 1993
8301993
Ellipsis redundancy and reduction redundancy
M Rooth
Proceedings of the Stuttgart ellipsis workshop 29, 1-26, 1992
4281992
Inducing a semantically annotated lexicon via EM-based clustering
M Rooth, S Riezler, D Prescher, G Carroll, F Beil
arXiv preprint cs/9905008, 1999
2171999
Noun phrase interpretation in Montague grammar, file change semantics, and situation semantics
M Rooth
Generalized quantifiers, 237-268, 1987
2011987
Conjunction, type ambiguity and wide scope or
M Rooth, B Partee
Proceedings of the first west coast conference on formal linguistics, 353-362, 1982
1811982
Valence induction with a head-lexicalized PCFG
G Carroll, M Rooth
EMNLP '98, 1998
1791998
Association with Focus or Association with Presupposition?
M Rooth
Focus: Linguistic, cognitive, and computational perspectives, 232-246, 1999
1731999
On the interface principles for intonational focus
M Rooth
Proceedings of SALT 6, 202-226, 1996
1531996
Indefinites, adverbs of quantification and focus semantics
M Rooth
The generic book, 265-299, 1995
1471995
Association with focus: University of Massachusetts
M Rooth
Amherst dissertation 1207, 1985
971985
Using a probabilistic class-based lexicon for lexical ambiguity resolution
D Prescher, S Riezler, M Rooth
arXiv preprint cs/0008035, 2000
622000
The problem of empty categories and bound variables in language acquisitions
T Roeper, M Rooth, T Mallis, S Akiyama
Unpublished manuscript, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.[aSC, TR], 1985
601985
Temporal adverbs and the English perfect
D Abusch, M Rooth
North East Linguistics Society 20 (1), 2, 1990
541990
Association with Focus, unpublished PhD dissertation
M Rooth
University of Massachusetts, 1985
531985
Two-dimensional clusters in grammatical relations
M Rooth
AAAI Symposium on representation and acquisition of lexical knowledge, 1995
501995
Alternative semantics
M Rooth
Oxford University Press, 2016
472016
Second occurrence focus and Relativized Stress F
M Rooth
Information Structure: Theoretical, Typological, and Experimental …, 2010
442010
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